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PROCEEDINGS 



CITY COUNCIL 



City of Chicago 



MUNICIPAL YEAR 1899-1900 



BEING FKOM 



APRIL JO, 1899, TO APRIL 4, I?00, l^iCUJSlVE 



JOHN F. HIGGINS PRINTING AND BINDING 

196 AND 198 CLARK STREET 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



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LIST OF 



MAYORS, CITY CLERKS, CITY ATTORNEYS, CITY 
TREASURERS AND ALDERMEN 



OF THE 



CITY OF CHICAGO 
From its Incorporation March 4, 1837, to April 23, 1900 



1837. 

Mayor— WM. B. OGDEN. 

City Clerk— I. N. ARNOLD, *GEO. DAVIS. 

City Attorney— N. B. JUDD. 

City Treasurer— HIRAM PEARSONS. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — I. C. Goodhue, Hiram Pearsons, 

Second Ward— Francis C. Sherman, Peter Bolles. 

Third Ward— John Caton. (Entitled to only one until 1839,) 

Fourth Ward— John S. C. Hogan, A shael Pierce. 

Fifth Ward— Francis C. Taj lor. ^Entitled to only one until 1839.) 

Sixth Ward— Bernard Ward, Samuel Jackeon. 



*I. N. Arnold resigned and George Davis was appointed to fi!l the vacancy in October. ISS'^ 



ly MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1§3§. 

Mayor— BUCKNER S. MORRIS. 
City Clerk— GEORGE DAVIS. 
City Attorney— N. B. JUDD. 
City Treasurer— HIRAM PEARSONS. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Eli B. Williams, E. A. Haddock. 

Second Ward — J. S. C, Hogan, James Curtis. 

Third Ward— John D. Caton. Entitled to one only until 1839, 

Fourth Ward — Francis C. Taylor, Asahel Pierce. 

Fifth Ward— Henry L. Rucker. Entitled to one only until 1839, 

Sixth Ward— Geo. W. Dole, Grant Goodrich. 



1§39. 

Mayor— B. W. RAYMOND. 
City Clerk— WM. H. BRACKETT. 
City Attorney— SAMUEL L. SMITH» 
City Treasurer— GEO. W. DOLE. 

aldermen. 

First Ward — Jas. A. Smith, Oliver H. Thompson, 
Second Ward — Eli S. Prescott, Clement C, Stose. 
Third Ward — Wm. H. Stow, Ira Miltimore. 
Fourth Ward — Asahel Pierce, John Murphy, Jr. 
Fifth Ward— H. L. Rucker, John C. Wilson. 
Sixth Ward — John H. Kinzie. B. S. Morris. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS, 



1§40. 



Mayor— ALEXANDER LOYD. 

City Clerk— THOMAS HOYNE. 

City Attorney— MARK SKINNER. 

City Treasurer— WALTER S. GURNEE, *N. H. BOLLES. 

ALDERMEN. ' 

First Ward — Julius Wads worth, Orsemus Morrison. 
Second Ward — Augustus Garrett, James Carney. 
Third Ward — John Gage, Ira Miltimore. 
Fourth Ward— Seth Johnson, William O. Snell. 
Fifth Ward— H. L. Rucker, William Allen. 
Sixth Ward— Wm. B. Ogden, R. J. Hamilton. 

-W, S. Gurnee resigned, and N. H. BoJles was appointed to fill the vacancy in ApriL 



1§41. 

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Mayor— F. C. SHERMAN. 

City Clerk— THOMAS HOYNE. 

City Attorney— GEO. MANIERRE, 

City Treasurer— N. H. BOLLES. 

aldermen. 

First Ward — Chas. Foliansbee, John Davlin. 
Second Ward — Peter Page, Jason McCord. 
Third Ward— Ira Miltimore, Wm. H. Stow. 
T^ourth Ward— Wm. Otis Snell, G. W. Rogers. 
Fifth Ward — H. L. Rucker, Samuel Grier. 
Sixth Ward — Geo, F. Foster, Jas. H. Howe. 



VI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1842. 

Mayor— BENJAMIN W. RAYMOND, 
City Clerk— J. CURTIS. 
City Attorney— HENRY BROWN. 
City Treasurer— F. C. SHERMAN, 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — N. B. Judd, John Calhoun. 
Second Ward — Caleb Morgan, Chas. McDonnell. 
Third Ward — Hamilton Barnes, Alson S. Shermaiio 
Fourth Ward — Daniel Elston, Eben C. Chaloner. . 
Fifth Ward— George Brady, Edward Carroll. 
Sixth Ward— Geo. O. Bryan, George W. Dole 



1§43. 

Mayor— AUGUSTUS GARRETT 
City Clerk— JAMES M. LOWE. ♦ 

City Attorney— GEO. MANIERRE, *HENR^ BROWN. 
City Treasurer— W. S. GURNEE. 

aldermen. 

First Ward — Hugh T. Dickey, Cyrenus Beers. 
Second Ward — Chas. Sauter, Jason McCord. 
Third Ward— Azel Peck, Chas. Taylor. 
Fourth Ward — John Murphy, Wm. S. Warner. 
Fifth Ward — John Cruver, Samuel Grier. 
Sixth Ward— J. Marback, Geo. W. Dole. 



•^Geo. Manierre resigned in July J843 and Henry Brown was appointed to fill the vacancs - 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. VII 

1844. 

lijT.^r.^ i *AUGUSTUS GARRETT. 
MAYOR— -j *^LSON S. SHERMAN. 

City Clerk— E. A. RUCKER. 

City Attorney—HENRY W. CLARKE. 

City Treasurer— W. S. GURNEE. 

aldermen. 

First Ward- -John P. Chapin, Asher Rossiter. 

Second Ward — Samuel W. Tallmadge, Wm. Wheeler. 

Third Ward — *Geo. Davis, *Ira Miltimore, ^Hamilton Barnes. 

Fourth Ward — *John Murphy, Jr., *Jas. Poussard, -Asahel Pierce. 

Fifth Ward— -^Thos. Brown, *Elihu Granger, ^Patrick Kain. 

Sixth Ward — B. S. Morris, Michael Diversey, f James H. Rees. 



*The election of Mayor and Aldermen of the Third, Fourth and Fifth wards was contested 
and declared illegal. A new election was ordered for said offices, to be held April 3, 1844, at 
which time A. S. Sherman was elected Mayor, vice Aug-. Garrett; Ira Miltimore and Hamilton 
Barnes, aldermen Third ward, vice Geo. Davis and Ira Miltimore; John Mu7phy, Jr., Asahel 
Pierce, Aldermen of the Fourth ward, vice John Murphy, Jr., and Jas. Poussard; and Thomas 
Brown, and Patrick Kain, Aldermen of the Fifth ward, vice Thomas Brown and Elihu Granger. 

tElected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of B. S. Morris. • 



1§46. 

Mayor— AUGUSTUS GARRETT. 

City Clerk— EDWARD A. RUCKER, *WM. S. BROWN. 

City Attorney—HENRY W. CLARKE. 

City Treasurer— WM. L. CHURCH. 

aldermen. 

First Ward — J. Young Scammon, Thomas Church. 
Second Ward — Robert P. Hamilton, Jas. H. Woodworth. 
Third Ward — Francis Edwards, Francis H. Taylor. 
Fourth Ward — Asahel Pierce, Thomas McDonough. 
Fifth Ward — Elihu Granger, Samuel Grier. 
Sixth Ward— Mahlon D. Ogden, Richard C. Ross. 

* Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of E. A. Rucker. 



VIII MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

.1§46- 

Mayor— JOHN P. CHAPIN. 

City Clerk— HENRY B. CLARKE. 

City Attorney— CHARLES PI. LARRABEE. 

City Treasurer— WILLIAM L. CHURCH. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Geo. Manierre, Levi D. Boone. 
Second Ward — N. H. BoUes, Andrew Smith, 
Third Ward — Michael Kehoe, Jas. Curtiss. 
Fourth Ward — Hemy Magee, Joseph Wilson. 
Fifth Ward — Samuel Grier, Elihu Granger. 
Sixth Ward — Richard C. Ross, Wm. M, Larrabee 



1§4T. 

Mayor— JAMES CURTISS. 

City Clerk— HENRY B. CLARKE. 

City Attorney-PATRICK BALLINGALL 

City Treasurer— ANDREW GETZLER. 

aldermen. 

First Ward — Jas. H. Woodworth, Peter L. Updike. 
Second Ward — Levi D. Boone, Isaac Speer. 
Third Ward— B. W. Raymond, J. Brinkerhoff. 
Fourth Ward— Robert F. Foss, Chas. McDonnell. 
Fifth Ward— Thomas James, John Sheriffs. 
Sixth Ward — Asahel Pierce, Hemy Smith. 
Seventh Ward — Elihu Granger, Charles Sloan. 
Eighth Ward — Wm. B. Snowhook, James Lane. 
Ninth Ward— Wm. B. Ogden, Micliapl McDonald 



MUIsTICl PAL OFFICERS. ' "% ^^ 

1848. 
Mayor— ^AMES H. WOODWORTH. ::• 

City Clerk— SIDNEY ABELL. ' 

City Attorney— GILES SPRING. . ; 

City Treasurer— WM. L. CHURCH. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Edward Manierre, Peter L. Updyke. 

Second Ward— Henry L. Rucker, Isaac Speer. \ 

Third Ward— William Jones, J. Brinkerlioff. 

Fourth Ward— Robert H. Foss, Charles McDonnell. 

Fifth Ward— Johu C. Haines, Thomas James. 

Sixth Ward— Asahel Pierce, Henry Smith. 

Seventh Ward— Peter Turbot, Charles Sloan, 

Eighth Ward— William B. Herrick, James Lane. 

Ninth Ward— Samuel McKay, Michael McDonald. 

1849. 
Mayor— JAMES II. ^T OODWORTH. 
City Clerk— SIDNEY ABELL. 

CiTY' ATTORNEY' — O. R. W. LULL. 

City Treasurer— WILLIAM L. CHURCH, 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Peter Page, R. C. Bristol, *James Carney. 

Second Ward— George W. Snow, H. L. Rucker. 

Tliird Ward— AY. H. Adams, William Jones. 

Fourth Ward— A. G. Throop, R. H. Foss. 

Fifth Ward— E H. Chapin, John C. Haines, f A. S. Sherman. 

Sixth Ward— Daniel Richards, Asahel Pierce, ^C. W. Wentworth. 

Seventh Ward— George Brady, Peter Turbot, §Elihu Granger. 

Eighth Ward— H. R. Payson, William B. Herrick. 

Ninth Ward— F. C. Hageman, Samuel McKay, **R. J. Hamilton. 

*Elected to fill vacancy causer] hv rpsiffnalion of R. C. Bristol. 
tElected to ti!i vacancy caus.-d by resignation of E. H. Chapin. 
:j:Elec^erl to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Asahel Pierce. 
^Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignntion of Peter Turbot. 
**Elected to \\ \ vacancy caused by resiyiiy tioa of Samuel McKay. 



MUNICIE^AL OFFICERS. 

1§50. 

Mayor— JAMES CI RTISS. 

City Clerk— SIDNEY ABSLL. 

City Attorney— HENRY H. CLARK. 

CITY Treasurer— EDWARD MANIERRE. 

ALDERMEN. 
First Ward— Peter Page, James Carney, *A. Loyd. 
Second Ward-I. L. MiUiken, Geo. W. Snow. 
Third Ward-S. J. Sherwood, W. H. Adams. 
Fom-th Ward— R. H. Foss, A. G. Throop. 
Fifth Ward— John C. Haines, A. S. Sherman. 
Sixth Ward-G. W. Wentworth, Daniel Richards, fE. G. Meek. 
Seventh Ward— Elihu Granger, George Brady. 
Eighth Ward-John C. Dodge, Geo. F. Foster. 
Ninth Ward-R. J. Hamilton, F. C. Hageraan. 



.E. B. Williams was elected to All the vacancy caused by U.e^es^^^^^^^ 



lS5f. 

Mayor— WALTER S. GURNEE. 
City Clerk-HENRY W. ZIMMERMAN. 
City Attorney— HENRY H. CLARK. 
City Treasurer-EDWARD MANIERRE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— John Sears, Jr. , Peter Page. 

Second Ward-Hugh Maher, I. L. MilKken. 

Third Ward-Wm. Wheeler, S. J. Sherwood. 

Fourth Ward— A. G. Throop, R. H. Foss. 

Fifth Ward— J. L. James, John C. Haines. 

_ , ( ^Daniel Elston, Read A. Williams 
Sixth Ward— -j |j.^nies M. Hannah, ^Henry Smith. 

Seventh Ward-Chas. E. Moore, Elihu Granger. 

Eighth Ward— Robert Malcolm, John C. Dodge. 

Ninth Ward-F. C. Hageman, W. L. Newbury. 



* Declared ineligible to hold ^^e office. Elston. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. ^^ 



l§5i£. 



Mayor— WALTER S. GURNEE, 

City Clerk— H. W. ZIMMERMAN . 

City Attorney— ARNO VOSS. 

City Treasurer— EDWARD MANIERRE. 



ALDERMEN, 

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First Ward— Eli B. Williams, John Sears, Jr. 

Second Ward— I. L. Milliken, Hugh Maher. 

Third Ward— O. J Rose, W illiam Wheeler. 

Fourth Ward— Charles McDonnell, A. G. Throop= 

Fifth Ward— .rohn C. Haines, J. L. James. 

Sixth Ward— *Thomas B. Dwyer. *A. C. Ellithorpe, Henry Smith 

Seventh Ward— Ezra Taylor, Charles E. Moore. 

Eighth Ward— Andrew J. Brown, Robert Malcoln. 

Ninth Ward— John H. Kinzie, W. L. Newberry, jHenry A. Mitchell. 



*The election of A. C Ellithorpe was contested by T. B. Dwyer. A new election was ordeved. 
and Dwyer was elected after Ellithorpe had occupied the seat one month. 
tElected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of W. L. Newoerry. 

1§53. 

Mayor— CHARLES M. GRAY. 

City Clerk— H. W. ZIMMERMAN. 

City Attorney— ARNO VOSS. 

City Treasurer— EDWARD MANIERRE. 
aldermen. 
First Ward— A. D. Taylor, Eli B. Williams. 
Second Ward— John Evans, I. L. Milliken. 
Third Ward— J. H. Gray, O. J. Rose. 
Fourth Ward— William Kennedy, Charles McDonnell. 
Fifth Ward— Willliam H. Scoville, John C. Haines. 
Sixth Ward— WiUiam Carpenter, Thomas B. Dwyer. 
Seventh Ward— Michael O'Neil, Ezra Taylor, *Maurice Evans. 
Eighth Ward— Francis A. Hoffman, Andrew J. Brown. 
Nmth W^ard— Henry A. Mitchell, John H. Kinzie. 



♦Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ezra Taylor. 



JLll MUNlCIPxVL OFFICEii^. 

1§54. 

Mayor— IRA L. MILLIKEN. 

City Clerk— H. W. ZIMMERMAN. 

City Attorney— PATRICK BALLINGALK 

City Treasurer— URIAH P. HARRIS. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Eli B. Williams, A. D. Taylor. 

Second Ward— L. D. Boone, John Evans. 

Tliird Ward— Wm. L. Church, J. H. Gray. 

Fourth Ward— J. C. Outhet, Wm. Kennedy, *Robt. H. Foss, 

Fifth Ward— J. D. Ward, Wm. H. Scoville. 

Sixth Ward— Wm. Wayman, Wm. Carpenter. 

Seventh Ward— Elihu Granger, Michael O'Neil. 

Eighth Ward— Wm. H. Stickney, Francis A. Hoffman, +B. W. Thomas. 

Ninth Ward— ^Morgan L. Keith, Henry A. Mitchell 



♦Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Wm . Kennedy, 
tElected to fill vacancy caused by resig-nation of F. A. Hoffman 
^Resigned September 18 and re-elected September 28. 

1855. 

Mayor— LEVI D. BOONE. 
City Clerk— H. W. ZIMMERMAN. 
City Attorney— J. A. THOMPSON. 
City Treasurer— WM. F. DeWOLF. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— Sylvester Sexton, Eli B. Williams, *James Long, 

Second Ward— R. M. Hough, Thomas Allen. 

Third Ward— Lorenzo Fletcher, Wm. L. Church. 

Fourth Ward— Wm. Colby, J. C. Outhet, 

Fifth Ward— C. N. Holden, J. D. Ward. 

Sixth Ward— A. C. Eliithorpe, Wm. Wayman. 

Seventh Ward— James L. Howe, Elihu Granger. 

Eighth Ward— Samuel Ashton, Wm. H. Stickney, fStephen D, La Rue, 

Ninth Ward— Samuel McKay, Morgan L. Keith. 



*T=:iected to fill vacancy caused by resisrnatlon of Ell B. Williams. 
tElected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ot Wm. H. Stickney. 



MUNICIPAL OFPICEKS. , XIU 

1§56. 

Mayor— THO^IAS DYER, 

City Clerk— H. W. ZIMMERMAN. 

SiTY Attorney— J. L. MARSH. 

City Treasurer— O. J. ROSE. ' 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — James Long, Sylvester Sexton. 

Second Ward— Lucius A. Willard, Thomas Allen, *Owen Kendall. 

Third Ward— Calvin De Wolf, Lorenzo Fletcher. 

Fourth Ward — Samuel Myers, Wm. Colby. 

' Fifth Ward— Russell Green, C. N. Holden. 

it 

Sixth Ward — Henry Greenbaura, A. C. Eilithorpe. 

Seventh W^ard — John Dempsey, James L. Howe. 

Eighth Ward— S. D. La Rue, Saml Ashton, f Conrad L. Niehoff. 

Ninth Ward — Michael Diversey, Samuel McKay. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thos. Allen, 
t Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of S. Ashton. 

Mayor— JOHN WENTWORTH. 

City Clerk— H. KREISMAN. ^ 

City Attorney— JOHN C. MILLER, 

City Treasurer— C, N. HOLDEN. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Wm. Bross, James Long. 

Second Ward— O. Kendall, L. A, Willard, *Jacob Harris. 

Third Ward— Hiram Joy, Calvin De Wolf. 

Fourth Ward — J. M. Kennedy, Samuel Myers. 

Fifth Ward — Artemas t'larter, Russell Green. 

Sixth Ward — Geo. Sitts, Henry Greenbaum. 

Seventh Ward — John Dunlap, John Dempsey 

Eighth Ward— Christian Wahl, S. D. La Rue. 

Ninth Ward — Phihp Conley, Michael Diversey. 

Tenth Ward — Dennis Coughlin, J. Schmidt. 

♦Elected to fill vacancy causecl ^y resignation o:" L, A. Willard. 



^ly MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

185S. 

Mayor— JOHN C. HAINES. 
City Clerk— H. KREISMANN. 
City Atjtorney— ELLIOTT ANTHONY. 
City Treasurer— ALONZO HARVEY. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— James Long, Wm. Bross. 

Second Ward-Chas. H. Abbott, O. Kendall, *Smith McClevej 

Third Ward— Levi J. North, Hiram Joy. 

Fourth Ward— Samuel Myers, J. M. Kennedy. 

Fifth Ward— Jasper D, Ward, Artemas Carter. 

Sixth Ward— John Van Horn, Geo. Sitts. 

Seventh Ward— Henry Wendt, John Dunlap. 

Eighth Ward— Andrew Wright, Christian Wahl. 

Ninth Ward— Benj. Carpenter, Philip Conley. 

Tenth Ward -Andrew Enzenbacher, Dennis CougWin. 



* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of O. Kendall. 

1859. 

MAYOR— JOHN C. HAINES. 
City Clerk— H. KREISMANN. 
City Attorney— GEO. F. CROCKER. 
City Treasurer-ALONZO HARVEY 

AliDERMEN. 

First Ward— J. K. Botsford, James Long. 
Second Ward— Jacob Harris, Chas. H. Abbott. 
Third Ward— Fernando Jones, Levi J. North. 
Fourth Ward— J. M. Kennedy, Samuel Myers. 
Fifth Ward— L. B. Taft, Jasper D. Ward. 
Sixth Ward— C. A. Reno, John Van Horn. 
" Seventh Ward— John Alston, Henry Wendt. 
Eighth Ward— C. Wahl, Andrew Wright. 
Ninth Ward— J. A. Huck, Benj. Carpenter. 
Tenth Ward— John Comiskey, Andrew Enzenbacher 



1860. 

j^I^YOR— JOHN WENT WORTH. 

City Clerk— ABRAHAM KOHN. 

City Attorney— JOHN LYLE KING. 

City Treasurer— ALONZO HARVEY, *CHAS. H HUNT. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Wm. Colby, J. K. Botsford. 
Second Ward— Jas. M. Marshall, Jacob Harris. 
Third Ward— Hiram Joy, Fernando Jones. ,; 

Fourth Ward— Samuel M^ers, I. M. Kennedy. 
. Fifth Ward— Robert H. Foss, L. B. Taft. 
Sixth Ward-^Jam^s W. Cobb, C. A. Reno. 
Seventh Ward— Gurden S. Hubbard, John Alston. 
Eighth Ward— Redmond Prindiville, C. Wahl. 
Ninth Ward— Gurden Perkins, J. A. Huck. 
Tenth Ward— Malcolm McDonald, John Comiskey. 



K^. Harvey re^ign^^D^ember 24, and C. H. Hunt was appointed to fill the vacancy. 

I§61. 
Mayor— JULIAN S. RUMSEY. 
City Clerk— A. J. MARBLE. 
City Attorney— IRA W. BUEL. 
City Treasurer— W. H. RICE. 

aldermen. 

First Ward- -J. K. Botsford, Wm. Colby. 
Second Ward— J. Q. Hoyt, Jas. M. Marshal. 
Third Ward— A. D. Titsworth, Hiram Joy. 
Fourth Ward— Wm. Baragwanath, Samuel Myers. 
Fifth Ward— C. C. P. Holden, Robert H. Foss. 
Sixth Ward— Ed. S. Salomon, Jas. W. Cobb, 
Seventh Ward— * Alonzo Harvey, Gurden S. Hubbard. 
Eighth Ward— W. G. White, Redmond Prindiville. 
' Ninth Warrl— Robert Law, Gurden Perkins. 
Tenth Ward— Jdlm Comiskey, Malcolm McDonald. 



.Atthee.ec.,o„h<,iaAprn^a,.8S^^^ 
Harvey, and 1,14:7 tor Jonn t\. i'ecK. f\^"^'^,'^'^' ^ * ir^nvr^ Piorvpv dprlared elected June 17. 
elected Ttils vote was afterward reconsidered- and Alon7A) Har^ e> aeciarea eiocu 



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Mayor— F. C.SHERMAN. 

City Ci.krk— A. J. MARBLE. 

City Attorney— GEORGE A. MEECH. 

City Treasueer-*F. H. CUTTING, WM. H. RICft, 

ALDERMEN. 



First Ward— John T. Edwards, J. K. Botsford. 
Second Ward— Peter Shimp, J. Q. Hoyt. 
Third Ward— James A. Hahn, A. D. Titsworth, 
Fourth Ward— Andrew Schall, William Baragwanath. 
Fifth Ward— William A. Groves, C. C. P- Hoiden. 
Sixth Ward— Francis C. Brown, Ed. S. Salomon. 
Seventh Ward— James Conlan, Alonzo Harvey. 
Eighth Ward— Charles L. Woodman, W. G. White. 
Ninth Ward— William T. Shufeldt, Robert Law. 
Tenth Ward— Redmond Sheridan, John Comiskey. 



25,1862. 



MUKICIPAL OEtlCERS. XVU 



i§6a. 

Mayor— F. C. SHERMAN. 

City Clerk— H. W. ZIMMERMAN. 

City Attorney— FRANCIS ADAMS. 

City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 

/ . . 

aldermen. 

First Ward — James A. Hahn, Andrew Schall. 

Second Ward — A. D. Titsworth, Peter Shimp. 

Third Ward — Jas. H. Roberts, Stephen Barrett. 

Fourth Ward— Benj. E. Gallup, John T. Edwards. 

Fifth Ward — Constantine Kann, Mark Sheridan. 

Sixth Ward — David Walsh, Malcolm McDonald. 

Seventh Ward — James E. Abbott, John Comiskey. 

Eighth Ward — Richard Clark, Redmond Sheridan, *Francis J. Ullbrich. 

Ninth Ward — Mancel Talcott, Francis C. Brown. 

Tenth Ward— George Himrod, C. C. P. Holden. 

Eleventh Ward — George Von HoUen, L. A. Bond. 

Twelfth Ward — William Gastfield, Chris. C-asselman. 

Thirteenth Ward — John Armstrong, David Aleckner. 

Fourteenth Ward — Valentine Ruh, Anton Hottinger, 

Fifteenth Ward — Michael Sullivan, Jas. Conlan. 

Sixteenth Ward— Wm. T. Shufeldt, C. L. Woodmao. 

+Electr;d to fill vacancy caused by resignation of R. Sheridan. 



XVlll MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



1864. 

Mayor— F. C. SHERMAN. 
City Clerk-HENRY W. ZIMMERMAN, 
City Attorney— FRANCIS ADAMS. 
City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Geo. W. Gage, Chas. D. Peacock. 
Second Ward— Peter Shimp. A. D. Titsworth. 
Third Ward— Stephen Barrett, Jas. H. Roberts. 
Fourth Ward— Samuel McRoy, Benj. E. Gallup. 
Fifth Ward— Mark Sheridan, Constantino Kann. 
Sixth Ward— John Wallwork, David Walsh. 
Seventh Ward— Joseph Sherwin, John Comiskey. 

Eighth Ward— Patrick Rafferty, Richard Clark. 

Ninth Ward— Willard Woodman, Mancel Talcott. 

Tenth Ward— C. C P. Holden, Geo. Himrod. 

Eleventh Ward— Lester L. Bond, Geo. Von Hollen. 

Twelfth Ward-Nathaniel W. Huntley, William Gastfield, 

Thirteenth Ward— Mathias Franzen, John M. Armstrong. 

Fourteenth Ward— A. Hottinger, Valentine Ruh. 

Fifteenth Ward— Iver Lawson, Michl. Sullivan. 

Sixteenth Ward— Chas. L. Woodman, Jas. J. O'SuUivan, 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. -XXX 



1S65. 

Mayor— JOHN B RICE. 

City Clerk— ALBERT H. BODMAN. 

City Attorney— DANIEL D. DRISCOLL, 

City Treasurer— A. G. THROOP 

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aldermen. 

First Ward— Joshua C. Knickerbocker, Geo. W. Gage» 
Second Ward— Wm. H. Carter, Peter Shimp. 
Third Ward— Chas. G. Wicker, Stephen Barrett. 
Fourth Ward— H. M. Willmarth, Samuel McRoy. 
Fifth Ward— Constantine Kann, Mark Sheridan. 
Sixth Ward— Thos. C. Hatch, John Wallwork. 
Seventh Ward— Avery Moore, Joseph Sherwin. 
Eighth Ward— M. L. Frisbee, Patrick Rafferty. 
Ninth Ward— Mancel Talcott, Willard Woodward. 

Tenth Ward— Ed. Bixby, C. O. P. Holden. 

Eleventh Ward— S. I. Russell, Lester L. Bond. 

Twelfth Ward— Wm. Gastfield, Nathaniel W. Huntley 

Thirteenth Ward— L. Proudfoot, Mathias Franzen. 

Fourteenth Ward— Valentine Ruh, A. Hotiinger. 

Fifteenth Ward— Samuel Shackford, Iver Lawson. 

Sixteenth Ward— Robert Clark, Chas. L. Woodman^ 



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1§<I«. 



Mayor— JOHN B. RICE. 
City Clerk— A. H. BODMAN. 
City Attorney— D. D. DRISCOLL. 
City Treasurer— A. G. THROOP. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— William Cox, J. C. Knickerbockero 

Second Ward— Calvin DeWolf , Wm. H. Carter, 

Third Ward— Stephen Barrett, Chas. G. Wicker. ^ 

Fourth Ward— Allan C. Calkins, H. M. Willmarth. 

Fifth Ward— M. Finucan, Constantine Kann. 

Sixth Ward— John Wall work, Thomas C. Hatch. 

Seventh Ward— Max Schuler, Avery Moore. 

Eighth Ward— Patrick Raflerty, M. L. Frisbee. 

Ninth Ward— Willard Woodward, Mancel Talcott. 

Tenth Ward— C. C. P. Holden, Ed. Bixby. 

Eleventh Ward— Henry Ackhoff , S. I. Russell. 

Twelfth Ward— Nathaniel W. Huntley, Wm. Gastfieldo 

Thirteenth Ward— M. Franzen, L. Proudfoot. 

Fourteenth Ward— Robert Engel, Val Ruh. 

Fifteenth Ward— Tver Lawson, Samuel Shackford. 

Sixteenth Ward— J. J. O'SuUivan, *Michael O'SuUivan, Robert Clark. 



♦Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of J. J. O'SuUivan 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS XXI 



Mayor— JOHN B. RICE. 

City Clerk— A. H. BODMAN. 

City Attorney— HASBROUCK DAVIS, 

City Treasurer— WM. F. WENTWORTH. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— Joshua C. Knickerbocker, Wm. Cox. 
Second Ward— Arthur Dixon, Calvin DeWolf. 
Third Ward— Chas. G. Wicker, Stephen Barrett. 
Fourth Ward— Samuel McRoy, A. C. Calkins. 
Fifth Ward— John Raber, M. Finucan. 
Sixth Ward— David Walsh, John Walwork. 
Seventh Ward — John Macalister, Max Schuler. 
Eighth Ward — John Comiskey, Patrick Rafferty. 
Ninth Ward— John H. Carpenter, Willard Woodward. 
■ Tenth Ward— *E. Bixby, C. C. P. Holden. 
Eleventh Ward— S. I. Russell, Henry Ackhoff. 

Twelfth Ward— C. J. Casselman, Nathnaiel W. Huntley, fJohn Buehler. 
Thirteenth Ward— George T. Beebe, Mathias Franzen. 
Fourteenth Ward— Theo. Schintz, :j:Robert Engell. 
Fifteenth Ward— Samuel Shackf ord, Iver Lawson. 
Sixteenth Ward— George B. Mansur, M. O'SuUivan, 



*Edmond Bixby died December 5, 1867. ^ ^ ^ ^,, 

tN. W. Huntley resigned May 27th and John Buehler elected to fill vacancy. 

•+D CtktqII T-oBioTi<3rl "TlAnftml^fir 2. 1867. 



tR. Engell resigned Decembers, 1867. 



XXII 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



1$6§. 

Mayor— JOHN B. RICE. 

City Clerk— A. H. BODMAN. 

City Attorney— HASBROUCK DAVIS. 

City Treasurer— WM. F. WENTWORTH. 

aldermen. 

First Ward — Wm. Cox, Joshua Knickerbocker. 

Second Ward — P. M. Donnellan, Arthur Dixon. 

Third Ward — Stephen Barrett, *Jas. A. Hahn, Charles G. Wicker. 

Fourth Ward — A. C. Calkins, Samuel McRoy. 

Fifth Ward — Mark Sheridan, John Raber. 

Sixth Ward—Michael Keeley, David Walsh. 

Seventh Ward — Jas. H. Hildreth, John Macalister. 

Eighth Ward — Patrick Rafferty, John Comiskey. 

Ninth Ward — Willard Woodward, John H. Carpenter. 

Tenth Ward— C. C. P. Holden, Alvin Salisbury. 

Eleventh Ward— B. F. Russell, S. I. Russell. 

Twelfth Ward— John Buehler, C. J. Casselman. 

Thirteenth Ward— K. G. Schmidt, Geo. T. Beebe. 

Fourteenth Ward — Louis A. Berger, Theo. Schintz, 

Fifteenth Ward — John Herting, Samuel Schackford. 

Sixteenth Ward — Edward Kehoe, Geo. B. Mansur. 



''Stephen Barrett died May 21st, and James A. Hahn was elected to fill the vacancy. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. XXID 



1869. 

By an act of the General Assembly, passed March 10, 1869, the city was divided 
into twenty wards, and the time for the city election changed from April to Novem- 
ber. The persons then in office were continued in their respective offices until the 
first Monday in December, 1869. 

Mayor— JOHN B. RICE. 

City Clerk— A. H. BODMAN. 

City Attorney— HASBROUCK DAVIS. 

City Treasurer-WM. F. WENTWORTH. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— Wm. Cox, Joshua Knickerbocker. 
Second Ward— P. M. Donnellan, Arthur Dixon. 
Third Ward— Jas. A. Hahn, Charles G. Wicker. 
Fourth Ward— A. C. Calkins, Samuel McRoy. 
Fifth Ward— Mark Sheridan, John Raber. 
Sixth Ward— Michael Keeley, David Walsh. 
Seventh Ward— Jas. H. Hildreth, John Macahster. 
Eighth Ward— Patrick Rafferty, John Comiskey. 
Ninth Ward— Willard Woodward, John H. Carpenter. 
Tenth Ward— C. C. P. Holden, Alvin Salisbury. 
■ Eleventh Ward— B. F. Russell, S. I. Russell. 
Twelfth Ward—John Buehler, C. J. Casselman. 
Thirteenth Ward— K. G. Schmidt, Geo. T. Beebe. 
Fourteenth Ward— Louis A. Berger, Theo. Schintz. 
Fifteenth Ward— John Herting, Samuel Schackford, 
Sixteenth Ward— Edward Kehoe, Geo. B. Mansur. 



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r§«9 i§7o. 

Election in November, 1869. 

Mayor— R. B. MASON. 
City Clerk— CHARLES T. HOTCHKISS. 
City Attorney— ISRAEL N. STILES, 
. City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Richard Somers, William Cox. 

Second Ward— Arthur Dixon, P. M. Donnellan. 

Third Ward— Jos. A. Montgomery, Jas. A. Hahn. 

Fourth Ward— John H. McAvoy, A. C. Calkins. 

Fifth Ward— George S. Whitaker, Peter Daggy. 

Sixth Ward— Wm, Tracy, Mark Sheridon, *Daniel Heenan, 

Seventh Ward— Wm. Batterman, P. J. Hickey. 

Eighth Ward— Wm, S. Pov^ell, Jas. H. Hildreth. 

Ninth Ward— Geo. Powell, John Comiskey. 

Tenth Ward— Thos. Wilce, C. C. P. Holden. 

Eleventh Ward— James Walsh, B. F. Russell. 

Twelfth Ward— Sam'l McCotter, Willard Woodward. 

Thirteenth Ward— Jas. L. Campbell, A. D. Robinson. 

Fourteenth Ward— P. B. Shiel, B. G. Gill. 

Fifteenth Ward— Jas. J. McGrath, John Buehler. 

Sixteenth Ward— Jas. D. Tyler, K. G. Schmidt. 

Seventeenth Ward— Theodore Schintz, Louis A. Berger. 

Eighteenth Ward— Thos. Carney, A. Bengley. 

Nineteenth Ward— Jas. McCauley, John Herting. 

Twentieth Ward— M. A. Devine, Edward Kehoe. 



* Mark Sheridan resigned his office, and Daniel Heenan was elected January 8, 1870, to fill the 
eaeancy. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. ^^^ 



# 



Mayor— R. B. MASON. 
City" Clerk— CH AS. T. HOT«^.HKISS. 
City Attorney— ISRAEL N. STILES. 
City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 

ALDERMEN. 

Tirst Ward— John J. Knickerbocker, Richard Somers. 
Second Ward— Jos. E. Otis, Arthur Dixon. 
Thhrd Ward— Daniel Coey, Jos. A. Montgomery. 
Fourth Ward— Harvey M. Thompson, JohP H. McAvoy. 
Fifth Ward— Peter Daggy, George S. Whitaker. 
Sixth Ward— Michael Schmitz, Wm. Tracey. 
Seventh Ward— P. J. Hickey, Wm. Batterman. 
Eighth Ward— Michael B. Bailey, Wm. S. Powell. 
Ninth Ward— Wm. B. Bateham, Geo. Powell. 
Tenth Ward— C. C. P. Holden, Thos. Wilce. 

Eleventh Ward— Herman O. Glade, James Walsh. 

Twelfth Ward— Henry Witbeck, Samuel McCotter. 

Thirteenth Ward— S. S. Gardner, Jas. L. Campbell. 

Fourteenth Ward— B. G. Gill, P. B. Shiel. 

Fifteenth Ward— John Buehler, Jas. J. McGrath. 

Sixteenth Ward— K. G. Schmidt, Jas. D. Tyler. 

Seventeenth Ward— Louis Schaffner, Theodore Schintz. 

Eighteenth Ward— John McCaffrey, Thomas Carney. 

Nineteenth Ward— Wm. M. Clarke, James McCauley. 

Twentieth Ward— Gustavus A. Busse. M. A. Devine. 



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\^'. 



i§Ti-i§7a 

Election in November, 1871. 

Mayor— JOSEPH MEDILL. 
City Clerk— CHAS. T. HOTCHKISS. 
City Attorney— ISRAEL N. STILES. 
City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Chauncey T. Bowen, John J. Knickerbocker 
Second Ward — Arthur Dixon, Joseph E, Otis. 
Third Ward— John W. McGenniss, David Coey. 
Fourth Ward— John H. McAvoy, Harvey M. Thompson. 
Fifth Ward— R. B. Stone, Peter Daggy. 
Sixth Ward— Wm. Tracy, Michael Schmitz. 
Seventh Ward— Edward F. Cullerton, P. J. Hickey. 
Eighth Ward— Jeremiah Clowry, M. B. Bailey. 
Ninth Ward— Geo. Powell, Wm. B. Bateham. ^ 

Tenth Ward.— Lester L. Bond, C. C. P. Holden. 
Eleventh Ward— Henry Sweet, H. O. Glade, *T. T. Verdier. 
Twelfth Ward— Monroe Heath, Henry Witbeck. 
Thirteenth Ward— George W. Sherwood, S. S. Gardner. 
Fourteenth Ward— S. E. Cleveland, B. G. Gill. 
Fifteenth Ward— Jas. J. McGrath, John Buehler. 
Sixteenth Ward— Thos. Stout. K. G. Schmidt. 
Seventeenth Ward — Jacob Lengacher, Louis Schaffner. 
Eighteenth Ward — Thos. Carney, John McCaffrey. 
Nineteenth Ward— Mahlen D. Ogden, Wm. M. Clark. 
Twentieth Ward— Chas. L. Woodman, G. A. Bussee. 

*H O. Glade resigned January, 1872, and T. T. Verdier was elected to fill the vacancy. 



MUNICIPAL OEFICERS. XXVII 



Mayor— JOSEPH MEDILL. 
City eLERK-CHAS. T. HOTCHKISS. 
City Attorney— ISRAEL N. STILES, 
City Treasurer— DAVID A. GAGE. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Wm. H. Richardson, Chauncey T. Bowen. 
Second V^ard— Francis W. Warren, Arthur Dixon. 
Third Ward— David Coey, John W. McGenniss. 
Fourth Ward— Geo. H. Sidwell, John H. McAvoy. 
Fifth Ward— A. H. Pickering, R. B. Stone. 
Sixth Ward— Michael Schmitz, Wm. Tracey. 
Seventh Ward— P. McClory, E. F. Cullerton. 
Eighth Ward- M. B. Bailey, Jeremiah Clowry. 
Ninth Ward— James O'Brien, Geo. Powell. 
Tenth Ward— David W. Clark, Jr., L. L. Bond. 

Eleventh Ward— P. Kehoe, Henry Sweet. 

Twelfth Ward— A. F. Miner, Monroe Heath. 

Thirteenth Ward— Avery Moore, Geo. W. Sherwood. 

Fourteenth Ward— Bart Quirk, S. E. Cleveland. 

Fifteenth Ward— Nick. Eckhardt, Jas. J. McGrath. 

Sixteenth Ward— Peter Mahr, Thos. W. Stout. 

Seventeenth Ward— Louis Schaffner, Jacob Lengacher. 

Eighteenth Ward— Thos. Cannon, Thos. Carney. 

Nineteenth Ward— Michael Brand, M. D. Ogden. 

Twentieth Ward— John T. Corcoran, C. L. Woodman. 



XX V ii J id uj^ioiPAL orncERs. 



1§73-1§T4. 

Mayor— HARVEY D. COLVIN. 
City Clerk— JOS. K. C. FORREST. 
City Attorney— EGBERT JAMIESON. 
City Treasurer— DANIEL O'HARA. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward — Thos. Foley, Wm. H. Richardson. 

Second Ward — Arthur Dixon, F. W. Warren. 

Third Ward — Wm. Fitzgerald, David Coey. 

Fourth Ward — Jesse Spaulding, Geo. H. Sidwell. 

Fifth Ward— R. B. Stone, A. II. Pickering. 

Sixth Ward— Philip Reidy, M. Schmitz. 

Seventh Ward— E. F. Cullerton, P. McClory. 

Eighth Ward— Jas. H. Hildreth, M. B. Bailey. 

Ninth Ward— Thos. H. Bailey, James O'Brien. 

Tenth Ward-C. L. Woodman, D. W. Clark, Jr. 

Eleventh Ward— Geo. E. White, P. Kehoe. 

Twelfth Ward— Monroe Heath, A. F. Miner. 

Thirteenth Ward— Jas . L. Campbell, Avery Moore. 

Fourteenth Ward — S. fi. Cleveland, Bart Quirk. 

Fifteenth Ward— James J. McGrath, *M. Ryan, Nick. Eckhardt. 

Sixteenth Ward— Thompson W. Stout, Peter Malir. 

Seventeenth Ward — Jacob Lengacher, Louis Schaffner. 

Eighteenth Ward — David Murphy, Thomas Cannon. 

Nineteenth AVard — Thomas Lynch, Michael Brand. 

Twentieth Ward — Julius Jonas, John T. Corcoran. 

*J. J. McGrath resigned June 33, and M. Ryan was elected to fill the vacancy. 



MUJSICIPAJ. OFFICERS. XXIX 



1874— IST5 

Mayor-HARVEY D. GOLVIN. 
City Clerk-JOS. K. C. FORREST. 
City Attorney— EGBERT JAMIESON. 
City Treasurer— DANIEL O'HARA. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Wm. H. Richardson, Thos. lolcj^. 
Second Ward— F. W. Warren, A. Dixon. 
Third Ward— David Coey, Wm. Fitzgerald. 
Fourth Ward— Rensselaer Stone, Jesse Spaulding. 
Fifth Ward— Thos. C. Clarke, R. B. Stone. 
Sixth Ward— Fred Sommer, Philip Reidy. 
Seventh Ward— P. McClory, E. F. Cullerton. 
Eighth Ward— P. C. McDonald, Jas. H. Hildreth. 
Ninth Ward— James O'Brien, Thos. H. Bailey. 
Tenth Ward— D. W. Clark, Jr., C. L. Woodman. 

Eleventh Ward— S. F. Gunderson, Geo. E. White. 

Twelfth Ward— A. N. Waterman, Monroe Heath. 

Thirteenth Ward— C. H. Case, Jas. L. Campbell. 

Fourteenth Ward— Bart Quirk, S. E. Cleveland. 

Fifteenth Ward— Nick. Eckardt, M. Ryan. 

Sixteenth Ward— Peter Mahr, Thompson W. Stout. 

Seventeenth Ward— Louis Schaffner, Jacob Lengacherc 

Eighteenth Ward— M. Sweeney, David Murphy. 
Nineteenth Ward— Wm. B. Dickinson, Thos Lynch. 
Twentieth Ward— John T. Corcoran, Julius Jonas. 



XXX MUNICIPAL OFFICKKS, 



i§r6. 

The City of Chicago was organized under the general incorporation act in 
April, 1875, and consequently no election was held m November, 1875; but the per- 
sons then in office held over until May, 187(5. Under the new law the city was di- 
vided into eighteen wards. 

Mayor— MONROE HEATH, *H. D. COLVIN, *THOMAS HOYNE. 
City Clerk— CASPAR BUTZ. 
City Attorney— R. S. TUTHILL. 
City Treasurer— CLINTON BRIGGS. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— John T. McAuley, D. K. Pearsons. 

Second Ward— Jacob Rosenberg Addison Ballard 

Third Ward— John L. Thompson, Wm. Aldrich. 

Fourth Ward— John W. Stewart, James H. Gilbert. 

Fifth Ward— Fred Sommer, Mark Sheridan. 

Sixth Ward— E. F. CuUerton, Fred Lodding. 

Seventh Ward— Jas. H. Hildreth, fChas. Tarnow, Henry Kerber. 

Eighth Ward— Frank Lawler, James O'Brien. 

Ninth Ward— John M. Van Osdel, Jacob Beidler. 

Tenth Ward— Geo. E. White, Andrew F. Smith. 

Eleventh Ward— A. G. Throop, J. G. Briggs. 

Twelfth Ward— Jas. T. Rawleigh, S. H. McCrea. 

Thirteenth Ward- Wm. Wheeler, S. E. Cleveland. 

Fourteenth Ward— John Baumgarten, M. Ryan 

Fifteenth Ward— A. W. Waldo, Frank Niesen. 

Sixteenth Ward— Frank Linsenbarth, Jacob Lengacher. 

Seventeenth Ward— M. Sweeney, David Murphy. 

Eighteenth Ward— Jas. A. Kirk, Jacob Boser. 



*NoTE —The order passed by the City Council, providing- for an election for city officers 
under the '(aew)g-eneral incorporation act, omitted all reference to the office of Mayor Not- 
withstanding this omission, and the apparent absence of any authority, a popular vote was 
taken for Mayor at the election, and Thomas Hoyne received 33,064 votes, 819 scattering-. 

The canvass of the returns being made to the Council, the vote given for Mayor was disre- 
garded; but the new Council, at its first meeting, decided to canvass the returns, and, having 
done so, declared Mr. Hoyne duly elected Mayor. . ,. ,. ^ ^u i „ +1,0+^ i,^ 

Mr Colvin, the incumbent, then declining to yield possession of his office on the plea that lie 
was entitled to "hold over" under the law, a reference was had to the courts of law, resulting in 
the virtual failure of each of the contestants to sustain his position. ., i,- i, „o ^^-/i 

In consequence, a special election for Mayor was ordered by the Council, which was heid 
Julyl3, 1876, at which Monroe Heath was duly elected. . * t rr tt-i^ +v 

+Cha8. Tarnow was elected to fill a vacancy caused by the resigaation of J. H. Hildreth. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. ^^^^ 



1§T7. 

Mayor— MONROE HEATH. 

City Plerk— CASPER AUTZ. 

City Attorney— R. 3. TUTHILL. 

City Treasurer-CHAS. R. LARRABEE. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— D. K. Pearsons, John T, McAuley. 
Second Wara— Addison Ballard, Jacob Rosenoerg. 
Third Ward— Eugene Gary, John L. Thompson. 
Fourth Ward— Jas. H. Gilbert, John W. Stewart. 
Fifth Ward— John D. TuUy, Fred Sommer. 
Sixth Ward— Fred Lodding, E. F. Cullerton. 
Seventh Ward^*Henry Kerber, Charles Tarnow„ 
Eighth Ward— R. M. Oliver, Frank Lawler. 
Ninth Ward— Jacob Beidler, J. M. Van Osdei. 
Tenth Ward— M. McNurney, Geo. E. White. 
Eleventh Ward— A. B. Cooke, A. G. Throop. 
Twelfth Ward— S. G. Seaton, James T. Rawleigh. 
Thirteenth Ward— H. P. Thompson, Wm. Wheeler. 

Fourteenth Ward— M. Ryan, John Baumgarten. 

Fifteenth Ward— Frank Niesen, A. W. Waldo. 

Sixteenth Ward-M. Schweisthal, F. Linsenbarth. 

Seventeenth Ward— Bernard Janssens, M. Sweeney. 

Eighteenth Ward— J. H. B. Daly, Jas. A. Kirk. 



*At the election held April 3, 1877 J- H^ HU^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 
reiV^feaTelt^^SeVo^fi;?;^^!- tI^ ol^t^^"^ ^^^^^ ^urin. t.e .eav, and conse- 

quently Henry Kerber held the seat until April, 18 < 8. 



aAXII 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



1 §'§'». 

Mayor— MONROE HEATH. 

City Clerk— CASPAR BUTZ. 

City Attorney— RICHARD S. TUTHILL. 

City Treasurer- CHARLES R. LARRABEE^ 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Murray F. Tuley. D. K. Pearsons. 
Second Ward — Patrick Sanders, Addison Ballard. 
Third Ward— O. B. Phelps, Eugene Gary. 
Fourth Ward— Herbert E. Mallory, Jas. H. Gilbert- 
Fifth Ward— George Turner, John D. Tully. 
Sixth Ward— E. F. CuUerton, Fred Lodding. 
Seventh Ward — John McNally, John Riordan. 
Eighth Ward— Frank Lawler, R. M. Ohver. 
Ninth Ward — John M. Smyth, Jacob Beidler. 
Tenth Ward — John Eiszner, M. McNurney. 
Eleventh Ward— A. G. Throop, A. B. Cook. 
Twelfth Ward— James T. Rawleigh, S. G. Seaton. 
Thirteenth Ward— A. C. Knopf, H. P. Thompson 
Fourteenth Ward — Frank A. Stauber, M. Ryan. 
Fifteenth Ward— A. W. Waldo, Frank Neisen. 
Sixteenth Ward — Peter S. Wetterer, M. Schweisthal. 
Seventeenth Ward — John McCaffrey, Bernard Janssena 
Eighteenth Ward — Julius Jonas, J. H. B, Daley. 



MUJSIICIPAL OPFICERS XXXIll 



1§79-1§80. 

a\Ia^r— CARTER H. HARRISON. 
City Clerk— P. J. HOWARD. 
City Attorney— JULIUS S. GRINNELL. 
City Treasurer— W. C. SEIPP. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— M. F. Tuley, A. Dixon, *Swayne Wickersham. 

Second Ward— P. Sanders, Addison Ballard. 

Third Ward— O. B. Phelps, John M. Clark. 

Fourth Ward— H. E. Mallory, A. Grannis. 

Fifth Ward— George Turner, M. McAuley. 

Sixth Ward— E. F. CuUerton, J. J. Altpeter. 

Seventh Ward— John McNally, John Riordan. 

Eighth Ward- Frank Lawler, Thomas Purcell. 

Ninth Ward— John M. Smyth, James Peevey. 

Tenth Ward— John Eiszner, M. McNurney. 

Eleventh Ward— A. G. Throop, Geo. B. Swift. 

Twelfth Ward— Jas. T. Rawleigh, Jos. Dt Everett. 

Thirteenth Ward— A. C. Knopf, H. P. Thompson. 

Fourteenth Ward— F. A. Stauber, R. Lorenz. 

Fifteenth Ward— A. W. Waldo, Adam Meyer. 

Sixteenth Ward— P. Wetterer, Christian Meier. 

Seventeenth Ward— John McCaffrey, Edward P. Barrett 

Eighteenth Ward— Julius Jonas, W. G. McCcrmick. 



^ Elected Septemlier 24, 1879, to fill vacancy caused by resignation of M. F. Tuley. 



XXXIV MUNICIPAL OPFICERS. 



18S0-18§I. 

Mayor— CARTER H. HARRISON. 
City Clerk— P. J. HOWARD. 
City Attorney— JULIUS S. GRINNELL 
City Treasurer— W. C. SEIPP. 

aldermen. 

First Ward — Arthur Dixon, Swayne Wickersham, 
Second Ward — Addison Ballard, Patrick Sanders. 
Third Ward— John M. Clark, D. L. Shorey. 
Fourth Ward— A. Grannis, Wm. W. Watkins. 
Fifth Ward— M. McAuley, E. P. Burke. 
Sixth Ward— J. J. Altpeter, E. F. CuUerton. 
Seventh Ward — John Riordan, Jas. H. Hildreth. 
Eighth Ward— Thomas Purcell, Frank Lawler. 
Ninth Ward — James Peevey, John M. Smyth. 
Tenth Ward — M. McNurney, H. Schroeder. 
Eleventh Ward— Geo. B. Swift, Thos. N. Bond. 
Twelfth Ward— Joseph D. Everett, Alvin Hulbert. 
Thirteenth Ward— H. P. Thompson, O. M. Brady. 
Fourteenth Wa^d- R. Lorenz, F. A. Stauber. 
Fifteenth Ward— Adam Meyer, Wm. S. Young, Jr. 
Sixteenth Ward— Christian Meier, Anton Imhof . 
Seventeenth Ward— Edward P. Barrett, John Murphy. 
Eighteenth Ward— W. G. McCormick, A. H. Burley. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. XXXV 



l§§f-18§2. 



M 4 f OR— CARTER H. HARRISON. 
CiTi- Clerk— P. J. HOWARD. 
City Attorney— JULIUS S. ORINNELL. 
City Treasurer— RUDOLPH BRAND. 



ALDERMEN. 



First Ward— Swayne Wickersham, Arthur Dixon. 
Second Ward— Patrick Sanders, Jas. T. Appleton. 
Third Ward— D. L. Shorey, O. B. Phelps. 
Fourth Ward— W. W. Watkins, O. D. Wetherell. 
Fifth Ward— Edward P. Burke, Henry F. Sheridan. 
Sixth Ward— Edward F. CuUerton, J. J. Altpeter. 
Seventh Ward— James H. Hildreth, John Riordan. 
Eighth Ward— Frank Lawler, Thomas Purcell. 

Ninth Ward— John M.'Smyth, James Peevey. 

lenth Ward— Henry Schroeder, Daniel Nelson. 

Eleventh Ward— Thomas N. Bond, Thaddeus Dean. 

Twelfth Ward— Alvin Hulbert, Jos. D. Everett. 

Thirteenth Ward— O. M. Brady, James M. Wanzer. 

Fourteenth Ward— Frank A. Stauber, Clemens Hirsch. 

Fifteenth Ward— Wm. S. Young, Jr., Adam Meyer. 

Sixteenth Ward— Anton Imhof , Christian Meier. 

Seventeenth Ward— John Murphy, Edward P. Barrett. 

Eighteenth Ward— A. H. Burley, Frank M. Blair. 



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MUNICIPAL OFEICER& 



!§§«— 1883 

Mayor— CARTER H. HARRISON 
City Clerk— P. J. HOWARD. 
City Attorney— JULIUS S. GRINNELL 
City Treasurer— RUDOLPH BRAND. 



ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Arthur Dixon, Swayne Wickersham. 
Second Ward— James T. Appleton. Patrick Sanders. 
Third Ward— D. L. Shorey, O. B. Phelps. 
Fourth Ward— O. D. Wetherell, S. D. Foss, 
Fifth Ward— E. P. Burke, H. F. Sheridan. 
Sixth Ward— J. J. Altpeter, E. F. Cullerton. 
Seventh Ward— John Riordan, James H. Hildreth. 
Eighth Ward— Thomas Purcell, Frank Lawler 
Ninth Ward— James Peevey, M. Gaynor. 
Tenth Ward— Daniel Nelson, G. E. White. 
Eleventh Ward— Thaddeus Dean, T. N. Bond. 
Twelfth Ward— J. D. Everett, John Harder. 
Thirteenth Ward— J. M. W^anzer, J. E. Dalton 
Fourteenth Ward— Clemens Hirsch, M. Ryan. 
Fifteenth Ward— Adam Meyer, James M. Quinn. 
Sixteenth Ward— Christopher Meier, J. H. Colvin. 
Seventeenth Ward— E. P. Barrett, John Sweeney 
Eighteenth Ward— F. M. Blair, J. E. Geohegaiu 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. XXXVU 



Mayor— CARTER II. HARRISON. 
City Clerk— JOHN G. NEUMEISTER. 
Deputy City Clerk— CHAS. GASTFIELD. 
City attorney— JULIUS S. GRINNELL. 
City Treasurer— JOHN M. DUNPHY. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Arthur Dixon, Swayne "Wickersham. 
Second Ward — Jas. T. Appleton, Patrick Sanders. 
Third Ward— D. L. Shorey, Frank FoUansbee. 
Fourth Ward— O. D. Wetherell, S. D. Foss. ' 

Fifth Ward— E. P. Burke, H. F. Sheridan. 
Sixth Ward— Chas. F. L. Doerner, E. F. CuUerton. 
Seventh Ward — John Riordan, Jas. H . Hildreth. 
Eighth Ward— Thomas Purcell, Frank Lawler. 
Ninth Ward— John Foley, M. Gaynor. 
Tenth Ward— James Walsh, G. E. White. 
Eleventh Ward— Samuel Simons, T. N. Bond. 
Twelfth Ward— Walter S. Hull, John Harder. 
Thirteenth Ward— John E. Dalton, John Lyke. 
Fourteenth Ward— M. Ryan, Franz Schack. 
Fifteenth Ward— James M. Quum, Wm. Eisfeldt. Jr. 
Sixteenth Ward— J, H„ Colvin, Henry Severin. 
Seventeenth Ward— John Sweeney, A. J. Sullivan. 
Eighteenth Ward— J. E. Geohegan. Wm R. Manierre. 



XXXVIII MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



l§§4-i§85. 

Mayor— CARTER II. HARRISON^ 
City Clerk— JOHN G. NEUMEISTER, 
Deputy City Clerk— CH AS. GASTFIELIj 
City Attorney— JULIUS S. GRINNELL 
City Treasurer— JOHN M. DUNPH^ 

aldermen. 

First Ward— Arthur Dixon, W. P. Whelan. 
Second Ward — James T. Appleton, Patrick Sanders. 
Third Ward— Frank H. FoUansbee, D. L. Shorey. 
Fourth Ward— O. D. Wetherell, Thos. C. Clarke. 
Fifth Ward— Henry F. Sheridan, E. P. Burke. 
Sixth Ward— C. F. L. Doerner, Edward F. Cullerton. 
Seventh Ward — John Riordan, J. H. Hildreth. 
Eighth Ward — Thomas Purcell, Frank Lawler. 
Ninth Ward — Wm. F. Mahoney, John Gaynor. 
Tenth Ward— James Walsh, M. McNurney. 
Eleventh Ward — Samuel Simons, Thomas N. Bond» 
Twelfth Ward— Walter S. Hull, J. L. Campbell. 
Thirteenth Ward— John W. Lyke, John E. Dalton 
Fourteenth Ward — Franz Schack, Michael Ryan. 
Fifteenth Ward— Wm. Eisfeldt, Jr., Wm. Young, Jr 
Sixteenth Ward — Henry Severin, John II. Colvin. 
Seventeenth Ward — A. J. Sullivan, John Sweeney. 
Eighteenth Ward — Wm. R. Manierre, John T. NoyeSc 



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!_§§§-"£ §§€. 

Mayor— GARTER H. HARRISON. 
CITY Clerk— C. HERMAN PLAUTZ. 
Deputy City Clerk— GEO. B. SWIFT. 
City Attorney— HEMPSTEAD WASHBURNE 
City Treasurer— WM. M. DEVINE. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— W. P. Whelan, Arthur Dixon. 
Second Ward— Patrick Sanders, James T. Apple ton. 
Third Ward— D. L. Shorey, Chas. W. Drew. 
Fourth Ward— Thos. C. Clarke, O. D. Wetherell. 
Fifth Ward— E. P. Burke, Henry F. Sheridan. 
Sixth Ward— E. F. Cullerton, C. F. L. Doerner. 
Seventh W^ard— Jas. H. Hildreth, Joseph M. Weber. 
Eighth Ward— Frank Lawier, Redmond F. Sheridan. 
Ninth Ward— Wm. F. Mahony, John Gaynor. 

Tenth Ward— M. McNurney, Stephen P. Revere. 

Eleventh Ward— Thomas N. Bond, Samuel Simons. 

Twelfth Ward— J. L. Campbell, Walter S Hull. 

Thirteenth Ward— John E. Dalton, John W. Lyke. 

Fourteenth Ward— Michael Ryan, Franz Schack. 

Fifteenth Ward— Wm. S. Young, Jr., Wm. Eisfeldt, Jr. 

Sixteenth Ward— John H. Colvin, Henry Severin. 

Seventeenth Ward— John Sweeney, Jolin A. Linn. 

Eighteenth Ward— John T. Noyes, Wm. R. Manierre. 



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1§§6-1§ST, 

Mayor— CARTER H. HARRISON. 
City Clerk— C. HERMAN PLAXJTZ. 
Deputy City Clerk— GEO. B. SWIFT. 
C^TY Attorney— HEMPSTEAD WASHBURISE 
City Treasurer— WM. M. DEVINE. 

aldermen. 

First Ward— Arthur Dixon, W. P. Whelan. 
Second Ward— James T. Appleton, Geo. H. Mueller. 
Third Ward— Chas. W. Drew, David H. Gile. 
Fourth Ward— O. D. Wetherell, Thos. C. Clarke. 
Fifth Ward— Henry F. Sheridan, Chas. Hillock. 
Sixth Ward— C. F. L. Doerner. E. F. Cullerton. 
Seventh Ward— Joseph M. Weber, Jas. H. Hildreth. 
Eighth Ward— Redmond F. Sheridan, Lawrence A. Yore. 
Ninth Ward— Wm. F. Mahoney, J. R. Wheeler. 
Tenth Ward— S. P. Revere, H. M. Deal. 
Eleventh Ward— Samuel Simons^ Samuel Kerr, 
Twelfth Ward— Walter S. Hull, J. L. Campbell. 
Thirteenth Ward— John W. Lyke, James A. Landon. 
Fourteenth Ward— Franz Schack, Daniel W. Ryan. 
Fifteenth Ward— Wm. Eisfeldt, Jr., Joseph H. Ernst. 
Sixteenth Ward— Henry Severin, John H. Colvin. 
Seventeenth Ward— John A. Linn, Thos. J. Carney, Jr. 
Eighteenth Ward— Wm. R. Manierre, Jacob H. Tiedemann. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. ^^^^ 



1887-1§8§. 
MAYOR-JOHN A. ROCHE. 



City Clerk-D. W. NICKERSON. 
Deputy City Clerk-JAS. R. B. VAN CLEAVE. 
City Attorney— HEMPSTEAD WASHBURNE, 
City Treasurer-C. HERMAN PLAUTZ. 



ALDERMEN. 



First Ward— W. P. Whelan, Arthur Dixon. 
Second Ward— Geo. H. Mueller, James T. Appleton. 
Third Ward— David H. Gile, Jno. H. Hamhne. 
Fourth Ward— Thos. C. Clarke, O. D. Wetherell. 
Fifth Ward— Chas. Hillock, Edward D. Connor. 
Sixth Ward— E. F. Cullerton, Chas. A. Monear. 
Seventh Ward— Jas. H. Hildreth, Joseph M. Weber. 
Eighth Ward— Lav^rence A. Yore, Redmond F. Sheridan 
Ninth Ward— J. R. Wheeler, Madison R. Harris. 
Tenth Ward- H. M. Deal, J. N. Mulvihill. 
Eleventh Ward— Samuel Kerr, J. J. Badenoch. 
Twelfth Ward— J. L. Campbell, Alexander White. 

Thirteenth Ward— James A. Landon, George McGregor. 

Fourteenth Ward— Daniel W. Ryan, John C. Horn. 

Fifteenth Ward— Joseph H. Ernst, Jno. Reich. 

Sixteenth Ward-John H. Colvin, Chas. Burmeister. 

Seventeenth Ward-Thos. J. Carney, Jr., John J. McCormick. 

Eighteenth Ward-Jacob H Tiedemann, Wm. R. Manierre. 



XLU MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



1§§§.1§89. 

Mayor— JOHN A. ROCHE. 

City Clerk— D. W. NICKERSON. 

Deputy City Clerk— JAS. R. B. VAN CLEAVE. 

City Attorney— HEMPSTEAD WASHBURNE. 

City Treasurer— C. HERMAN PLAUTZ. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Arthur Dixon, W. P. Whelan. 

Second Ward — James T. Appleton, John H. Hamhne. 

Third Ward— O. D. Wetherell, Anson Gorton. 

Fourth Ward — D. Harry Hammer, Thos. C. Clarke, *Jno. W. Hepburn 

Fifth Ward — Edward D. Connor, Jno. S. Oehmen. 

Sixth Ward — George Emmerich, Edward P. Burke. 

Seventh Ward — Wm. J. Murphy, Wm. A. Love. 

Eighth Ward— Chas. A. Monear, Jos. M. Weber. 

Ninth Ward— Henry C. Bartels, E, F. CuUerton. 

Tenth Ward — Augustus W, Nohe, Simon Wallner, 

Eleventh Ward — John J. Badenoch, Walter M. Pond. 

Twelfth Ward— Alexander White, J. L. Campbell. 

Thirteenth Ward — George McGregor, James A. Landon. 

Fourteenth Ward — A. P. Johnson, Herman Weinhardt. 

Fifteenth Ward — John Doornbos, Michael F. Bowler. 

Sixteenth Ward — John C. Horn, August J. Kowalski. 

Seventeenth Ward — J. N. Mulvihill, Phillip Young. 

Eighteenth Ward — Madison R. Harris, Isaac Horner. 

Nineteenth Ward — Redmond F. Sheridan, John Powers. 

Twentieth Ward — George K. Rix, Otto Hage. 

Twenty-first Ward — John Reich, Joseph H. Ernst. 

Twenty-second Ward — Charles Burnieister, Thos. D. Burke. 

Twent;^ -third Ward — John J. McCormick, Daniel R. O'Brien. 

Twenty-fourth Ward — Wm. R. Manierre, Jacob H. Tiedemann. 

* Elected November (5, 1888. to fill vacancy caused by death of Thos. C. Clarke. 



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18§9— 1890 

Mayor— DEWITT C. CREGIER. 

City Clerk— FRANZ AMBERG. 

Deputy City Clerk— J AS. R. B. VAN CLEAVE. 

City Attorney— GEORGE F. SUGG. 

City Treasurer— BERNARD ROESING. 

^ aldermen. 

First Ward— W. P. Whelan, Arthur Dixon. 

Second Ward— Frank C. Vierling; John Summerfield. 

Third Ward— Anson Gorton, Laban B. Dixon. 

Fourth Ward— John W. Hepburn, Martin B. Madden, 

Fifth Ward— John S. Oehmen, Timothy C. Hickey. 

Sixth Ward— Edward P. Burke, Wm. J. O'Brien, 

Seventh Ward— Wm. A. Love, Wm. J. Murphy. 

Eighth Ward— Frank J. Dvorak, George P. Bunker, 

Ninth Ward— E. F. CuUerton, Joseph E. Bidwill. 

Tenth Ward— Simon Walner, Thomas McEnerny. 

Eleventh Ward— Walter M. Pond, William D, Kent. 

Twelfth Ward— J. L. Campbell, D. W. Mills. 

Thirteenth Ward— James A. Landon, John W Lyke. 

Fourteenth Ward— Herman Weinhardt, Philip Jackson. 

Fifteenth Ward— Mictiael F. Bowler, Michael Ryan. 

Sixteenth Ward— August J. Kowalski, John C. Horn. 

Seventeenth Ward— Philip Young, J. N. MulvihilL 

Eighteenth Ward— Isaac Horner, Madison R. Harris. 

Nineteenth Ward— John Powers, James McCann. 

Twentieth Ward— Otto Hage, Daniel Long. 

Twenty-first Ward— Joseph H. Ernst, John McGillen. 

Twenty-second Ward— Thomas D. Burke, Edward Muelhoefer, 

Twenty-third Ward— Daniel R. O'Brien, John J. McCormick. 

Twenty-fourth Ward— Jacob H. Tiedemann, James S. Dunham. 



js:liv municipal oeficers. 

1 889-1 890— Continued. 

aldermen. 

*Twenty-fifth Ward— F. M. Chapman, M. Keck. 
Twenty-sixth Ward— P. F. Haynes, Bernard F. Weber. 
Twenty-seventh Ward— Mathew J. Conway, David B. Fonda. 
Twenty-eighth Ward — Michael Lucas, Thomas Kelly. 
Twenty-ninth Ward — Patrick Noonan, Thomas Gahan. 
Thirtieth Ward— John F. Kenny, Joseph Pauly. 
Thirty-first Ward— Edwin J. Noble, George F. McKnight. 
Thirty-second Ward — William R. Kerr, William C. Kinney. 
Thirth-third Ward— Chas. E. Jockisch, Patrick J. Gorman. 
Thirty-fourth Ward— James Chasey, John O'Neill. 

*NOTE.— On June 39, 1889, elections were held in the City of Chicago, the City of Lake Vie^^ , 
the Village of Jefl'erson, a portion of Ciceio, tbe Town of Lake, and the Village of Hyde Park, 
which resulted in the annexation of the above city, towns and villages to the City of Chicago. 

Note.— On July 32, 1889, the City Council divided the annexed territory into wards, viz.: 
From the Twenty-iifth to Thirty-fourth Wards, both inclusive. 

Note.— On July 29, 1889, the City Council directed an election to be held September 10, 1889, 
for the election of two Aldermen for each of the newJy made wards, said Aldermen to hold office 
until the city election to be held in April, 1890. Said election w, s held and the following Alder- 
men were elected: Twenty-fifth, Frank Chapman and Michael Keck; Twenty-sixth, Bernard F. 
Weber and Patrick F. Haynes; Twenty-seventh. David B. Fonda and Mathew J. Conway; Twen- 
ty-eighth, Thomas Kelly and Michael Lucas; Twenty-ninth, Thomas Gahan and Patrick Noonan; 
Thirtieth, Joseph Pauly and John F. Kenny; Thirty-first, George F. McKnight and Edwin J. 
Noble; Thirty-second, William R. Kerr and William C. Kinney; Thirty-third, Patrick J. Gorman 
and Charles E. Jockisch; Thirty-fourth, John O'Neill and James Chasey, and they were inaugu- 
rated September 16, 1889, and assigned to the various Standing Committees of the City Council. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. , XLV 



l»90— 1S91. 

Mayor— De WITT C. CREGIER. 

City Clerk— FRANZ AMBERG. 

Deputy City Clerk— JAMES R. B. VAN CLEAVE, 

City Attorney— GEORGE F. SUGG. 

City Treasurer— BERNARD ROESING. 

aldermen. 

First ^ard— Arthur Dixon, Nicholas A. Cremer. 
Second Ward— John Summerfield, Frank C. Vierling. 
Third Ward— Lab^.n B. Dixon, Anson Gorton. 
Fourth Ward— Martin B. Madden, John W. Hepburn. 
Fifth Ward— Timothy C. Hickey, Charles Duer. 
Sixth Ward— William J. O'Brien, Edward P. Burke„ 
Seventh Ward— William J. Murphy, John A. Cooke. 
Eighth Ward— George P. Banker, Frank J. Dvorak. 
Ninth Ward— Joseph E. Bidwill, E. F. CuUerton. 
Tenth Ward— Thomas McEnerny, William Schwerin. ' 

Eleventh Ward— William D. Kent, Walter M. Pond. 
Twelfth Ward— D. W. Mills, Robert L. Martin. 
Thirteenth Ward— John W. Lyke, Salo W. Roth. 
Fourteenth Ward — Philip Jackson, James Keats. 
Fifteenth Ward— Michael Ryan, Michael F. Bowler. 
Sixteenth Ward— John C. Horn, John J. Dahlman. 
Seventeenth Ward — Jeremiah N. Mulvihill, Philip Young. 
Eighteenth Ward— Madison R. Harris, William F. Mahoney. 
Nineteenth Ward — James McCann, John Powers. 
Twentieth Ward— Daniel Long, William Eisfeldt, Jr. 
Twenty-first Ward — John McGillen, Adam Meyer. 
Twenty-second Ward— Edward Muelhoefer, Julius Goldzier. 
Twenty-third Ward — John J. McCormick, Daniel R. O'Brien. 
Twenty-fourth Ward — James S. Dunham, James B. McAbee. 



XLVI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1S90-1 §J>1— Continued. 

ALDERMEN. 

Twenty-fifth Ward — Frank B. Brookman, Austin O. Sexton. 
Twenty-sixth Ward — Marlow M. Goodale, Bernard F. Weber. 
Twenty-seventh Waxd — Mathew J. Conway, David B. Fonda. 
Twenty-eighth Ward — Maurice R. Bortree, Thomas Kelly. 
Twenty-ninth Ward — Patrick Noonan, Thomas Gahan. 
Thirtieth Ward— Asa B. Kile, John F. Kenny. 
Thirty-first Ward— George F. McKnight, Edwin J. Noble. 
Thirty-second Ward— William R. Kerr, William C. Kinney 
Thirty-third Ward — Ernst Hummel, Patrick J. Gorman. 
Thirty-fourth Ward—John O'^leill, James Chasey. 



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h 



1S91-1892. 

Mayor-HEMPSTED washburne. 
City Clerk— JAMES R. B. VAN CLEAVE. 
Deputy City Clerk— ISAAC N. POWELL. 
City Attorney— JACOB J. KERN. 
City Treasurer— PETER KIOLBASSA, 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— Nicholas A. Cremer, John R. Morris. 
Second Ward— Frank C. Vierling, John W. Woodard, 
Third Ward— L. B. Dixcn, Anson Gorton. 
Fourth Ward— Martin B. Madden, John W. Hepburn. 
Fifth Ward— Charles Duer, Patrick J. Wall. 
Sixth Ward— Edward P. Burke, Wm. J. O'Brien. 
Seventh Ward— John A. Cooke, Wm. J. Murphy. 
Eighth Ward— Frank J. Dvorak, Martin Morrison. 
Ninth Ward— E. F. Cullerton, Jos. E. Bidwill. 
Teirth Ward— William Schvs^erin, John F. Dorm an. 
Eleventh Ward— Walter M. Pond, Wm. D. Kent. 
Twelfth Ward— Robert L. Martin, Daniel W. Mills. 
Thirteenth Ward— Salo W. Roth, Martin Knowles. 
Fourteenth Ward— James Keats, Philip Jackson. 
Fifteenth Ward— Michael F. Bowler, Harold Michaelsen. 
Sixteenth Ward— John J. Dahlman, Stanley H. Kunz. 

Seventeenth Ward— Philip Young, Stephen M. Gosselin. 
Eighteenth Ward— WiUiam F. Mahony, John J. Brennan. 

Nineteenth W^ard— John Powers, Michael J. O'Brien. 

Twentieth Ward— William Eisfeldt, Jr., Wm. C. Pfister. 

Twenty-first Ward— Adam Meyer, John McGillen. 

Twenty-second Ward— Julius Goldzier, Edward Muelhoefer. 

Twenty-third Ward— Daniel R. O'Brien, fJohn J. McCormick. 

Twenty-fourth Ward— * James B. McAbee, Peter J. Bieglor, 



^LVIII MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1891-1892 — CONTINUED. 
' ALDERMEN. 

Twenth-fifth Ward— Austin O. Sexton, Frank E. Brookman. 
Twenth-sixth Ward— Bernard F. Weber, Patrick F. Hayes. 
Twenty-seventh Ward— David B. Fonda, Mathew J. Conway 
Twenty-eighth Ward— Thomas Kelly, Frank N. McCarthy. 
Twenty-ninth Ward— Thomas Gahan, Thomas Carey. 
Thirtieth Ward— John F. Kenny, Adam Rauen. 
Thirty-first Ward— Edwin J. Noble. Edwin Plowman. 
Thirty-second Ward— William C. Kinney, William R. Kerr. 
Thirty-third Ward— Patrick J. Gorman, Ernst Hummel. 
Thirty-fourth Ward— James Chasey, John O'Neill. 



Note.-* Alderman- McAbee, 24th ward, died Feb. 10th, 1892. tAiderman john J 
Mccormick, 23d ward, died April 6th, 189^. 



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MUNiCiPAL OFFICERS. XLIX 



l§92-lSg3. 



Mayor— HEMPSTEAD WASHBURNE, 

City Clerk— JAS. R. B. VAN CLEAVE. . 

Deputy City Clerk— ISAAC N. POWELL. 

City Treasurer— PETER KIOLBASSA. 

City Attorney— *JAC0B J. KERN — *GEORGE A. TRUDE, 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— John R. Morris, John J. Coughlin. 
Second Ward— John W, Woodard, Daniel J. Horan, 
Third Ward — L. B. Dixon, Edward Marrenner. 
Fourth Ward— Martin B. Madden, John W. Hepburn. 
Fifth Ward— Patrick J. Wall, John Vogt. 
Sixth Ward— Wm. J. O'Brien, Henry Stuckart. 
Seventh Ward — Wm. J. Murphy, John A. Cooke, 
Eighth Ward— Martin Morrison, William Loeffler. 
Ninth Ward— Joseph E. Bid will, Frederick Rohde. 
Tenth Ward— John F. Dorman, Chas. C. Schumacher, 
Eleventh Ward— Wm. D. Kent, Geo. B. Swift. 
Twelfth Ward— Daniel W, Mills, Robert L. Martin. 
Thirteenth Ward— Martin Knowles, Charles F. Swigart« 
Fourteenth Ward— Phillip Jackson, James Keats. 
Fifteenth Ward — Harold Michaelson, James Reddick. 
Sixteenth Ward— Stanley H. Kunz, Peter J, Ellert. 
Seventeenth Ward— Stephen M. Gosselin, Jeremiah N. MulvihilL 
Eighteenth Ward— John J. Brennan, Wm. F. Mahony. 
Nineteenth Ward— Michael J. O'Brien, John Powers. 
Twentieth Ward— Wm. C. Pfister, Albert Potthoff. 
Twenty-first Ward— John McGillen, Joseph H. Ernst. 
Twenty- second Ward— Edward Muelhoef er, Arnold Tripp. 

Twenty-third Ward— John A. Larson, f ^ . 

Twenty-fourth Ward— Peter J. Biegler, Lewis L. Wadaworth. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1892-1893— CONTINUED. 

ALDERMEN, 

Twenty-fifth Ward— Frank E. Brookman, Austin O. Sexton. 
Twenty-sixth Ward— Patrick F. Haynes, Henry J. Lutter. 
Twenty-seventh Ward— Mathew J. Conway, Frederick F. Haussen. 
Twenty-eighth Ward— Frank N. McCarthy, Daniel W. Ackerman. 
Twenty-ninth Ward— Thomas Carey, t Thomas Gahan. 
Thirtieth Ward— Adam Rauen, John F. Kenny. 
Thirty-first Ward— Edwin Plowman, Edwin J. Noble. 
Thirty-second Ward— Wm. R. Kerr, James R. Mann. 
Thirty-third Ward— Ernst Hummel, Cyrus H. Howell. 
Thirty-fourth Ward— John O'Neill. John A. Bartine. 



Note-* City Attorney Kern resigned November 21st, 1892, and Mr. Geo. A. Trude was appointed for 
' the remainder of the term. 
1- Alderman McCormick (23d ward) died April 6th, 1892, and the office remained vacant unti. 

the election of April, 1893. _ 

± Alderman Gahan (29th ward) resigned January 16th, 1893, and the office remained vacant unt 
the ensuing April election of 1893. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. LI 



1§93-1§94. 

f*CARTER H. HARRISON. 
MAYOR, i fGEORGE B. SWIFT, pro. tern. 

ttJOHN P. HOPKINS. 
City Clerk— CHAS. D. GASTFIELD. 
Deputy City Clerk— JOHN G. NEUMEISTER. 
City Attorney— GEORGE A. TRUDE. 
City Treasurer -MICHAEL J. BRANSFIELD. 

f^ aldermen. 

First Ward— John J. Coughlin, Louis I, Epstean. 
Second Ward— Daniel J. Horan, Martin Best. 
Third Ward— Edward Marenner, Eli Smith. 
Fourth Ward— John W. Hepburn, Martin B. Madden. 
Fifth Ward— John Vogt, Patrick J. Wall. 
Sixth Ward— Henry Stuckart, Thomas Reed. 
Seventh Ward— John A. Cooke, William J. O'Neill. 
Eighth Ward— William Loeffler, Martin Morrison. 
Ninth Ward— Frederick Rohde, Joseph E. Bid will. 
Tenth Ward — Chas. C. Schumacher, John F. Dorman. 
Eleventh Ward— fGeorge B. Swift, William D. Kent. 
Twelfth Ward — Robert L. Martin, James L. Campbell. 
Thirteenth Ward— Chas. F. Swigart, Martin Knowles. 
Fourteenth Ward — James Keats, Wm. L. Kamerling, 
Fifteenth Ward— James Reddick, Michael Ryan. 
Sixteenth Ward— Peter J. EUert, Stanley H. Kunz. 
Seventeenth Ward- §Jeremiah N. Mulvihill, Stephen M. Gosselin, 
Eighteenth Ward — Wm. F. Mahony, John J Brennan. 
Nineteenth Ward — John Powers, Thomas Gallagher. 
Twentieth Ward— Albert Potthoff, Otto Hage. 
Twenty first Ward— Joseph H. Ernst, John McGillen. 
Twenty second Ward — Arnold Tripp, Ed',vard Muelhoefer. 
Twenty-third V/ard— John A. Larson, William J. Kelly. 
Twenty fourth Ward — Lewis L. Wadsworth, Zira C. Peck. 



LII MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

Twenty-fifth Ward— Austin O. Sexton, Albert H. Kleinecke, 
Twenty-sixth Ward — Henry J. Lutter, William Finkler. 
Twenty-seventh Ward — Frederick F. Haussen, Mathew J. Conway. 
Twenty- eighth Ward — Daniel W. Ackerman, Thomas Sayle. 
Twenty-ninth Ward — Robert Mulcahy, Thos. Carey. 
Thirtieth Ward— John F. Kenny, John W. Utesch. 
Thirty first Ward — Edwin J. Noble, James L. Francis. 
Thirty-second Ward — James R. Mann, William R. Kerr. 
Thirty- third Ward— Cyrus H. Howell, George W. Shepherd. 
Thirty-fourth Ward— John A. Bartine, John O'Neill. 



Note— *Mayor Harrison died (assassinated) October 28, 1893. 

tMayor pro tem. George B. Swift (Alderman Eleventh Ward) elected by the City Council No- 
vember 6, 1893, for the interim following the death of Mayor Harrison. 

:t:Mayor Hopkins elected at a special election held December 19, 1893, (succeeding late Mayor 
Harrison). 

§Ald. Mulvihill, Seventeeth Ward, died (killed) January 26, 1894. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. LHI 



1894—1895. 

Mayor— JOHN P. HOPKINS. 
City Clerk— CHARLES D. GASTFIELD. 
Deputy City Clerk— JOHN G. NEUMEISTER. 
City Attorney— GEORGE A. TRUDE. 
City Treasurer— MICHAEL J. BRANSFIELD. 
aldermen. 

First Ward— Louis I. Epstean, John J. Coughlin. 

Second Ward— Martin Best, Addison Bailard. 

Third Ward— Eli Smith, Edward Marrenner. 

Fourth Ward— Martin B. Madden, John W. Hepburn. 

Fifth Ward— Patrick J. Wall, David Deist. 

Sixth Ward— Thomas Reed, Chas. Martin. 

Seventh Ward— Wm. J. O'Neill, John A. Cooke. 

Eighth Ward— Martin Morrison, Frank Slepicka. 

Ninth Ward— Joseph E. Bid will, Frederick Rohde. 

Tenth Ward— John F. Dorman, Fred. C. Engel. 

Eleventh Ward— William D. Kent, Alexander H. Watson. 

Twelfth Ward— James L. Campbell, Conrad Kahler. 

Thirteenth Ward— Martin Knowles, Edward W. Stan wood. 

Fourteenth Ward— Wm. L. Kamerling, James Keats. 

Fifteenth Ward— Michael Ryan, Joseph A. I^mmers. 

Sixteenth Ward— Stanley H. Kunz, John Schermann. 

Seventeenth Ward— Stephen M. Gosselin, Maurice M. O'Connor. 

Eighteenth Ward— John J. Brennan, Wm. F. Mahony. 

Nineteenth Ward— Thomas Gallagher, John Powers. 

Twentieth Ward— Otto Hage, Charles E. Ehlert. 

Twenty-first Ward— John McGillen, Anton J. Brachtendorf. 

Twenty-second Ward— Edward Muelhoefer, Henry C. Schendorf. 

Twenty third Ward— Wm. J. Kelly, John A. Larson. 

Twenty fourth Ward— Zara C Peck, Thomas H. Currier. 



LIV MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1894— 1895— CONTINUED. 
ALDERMEN. 

Twenty-fifth Ward— Albert H. Kleinecke, Wm. P. Chapman. 
Twenty- sixth Ward— William Finkler, Wm. E. Schlake. 
Twenty- seventh Ward — Mathew J. Conway, Hubert W. Butler. 
Twenty-eighth Ward — Thomas Sayle, John Bigane. 
Twenty-ninth Ward— Thomas Carey, Robert Mulcahy. 
Thirtieth Ward— John W. Utesch, Walter Merchant. 
Thirty-first Ward — James L. Francis, Edwin J. Noble. 
Thirty-second Ward— Wm. R. Kerr, James R. Mann. 
Thirty-third Ward— George W. Shepherd, Cyrus H. HowelL 
Thirty-fourth Ward— John O'Neill, Oliver L. Chadwick. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. ^^'^ 



i 



Mayor-GEO. B. swift. 
City Clerk- J AS. R.B. VAN CLEAVE, 
Deputy City Clerk— EDWARD J. DWYER. 
City Attorney— ROY O. WEST. 

■ City Treasurer— ADAM WOLF. 

ALDERMEN. 

First Ward— John J. Coughlin, Francis P. Gleason. 

Second Ward— Addison Ballard, Martin Best, 

Third Ward— Edward Marrenner, Noble B. Judah. 

Fourth Ward— John W. Hepburn, Martin B. Madden, 

Fifth Ward— David Deist, William J. Doerr. 

Sixth Ward— Charles Martin, Henry Stuckart. 

Seventh Ward— John A. Cooke, Edward Haas. 

Eighth Ward— Frank Slepicka, John Bennett. 

Ninth Ward— Frederick Rhode, Joseph E. Bidwill. 

Tenth Ward— Frederick C. Engel, *Zina R. Carter. 

Eleventh Ward— Alexander H. Watson, Charles E. Hambletoa. 

Twelfth Ward— Conrad Kahler, James L. Campbell. 

Thirteenth Ward— Edward W. Stanwood, Charles F. Holman. 

Fourteenth Ward— James Keats, George A. Mugler. 

Fifteenth Ward— Joseph A. Lammers, Joseph F. Haas. 

Sixteenth Ward— John Schermann, George C. Lenke. 

Seventeenth Ward- Maurice M. O'Connor. Stephen P. Revere. 

Eighteenth Ward— William F. Mahony, John J. Brennan. 

Nineteenth Ward— John Powers, f Frank Lawler. 

Twentieth Ward— Charles E. Ehlert, John H. Hartwick. 

Twenty-first Ward- Anton J. Brachtendorf, Frederick A. Hoyer. 

Twenty-second Ward-Henry C. Schendorf , Adolphus W. Maltby. 

Twenty-third Ward— John A. Larson, John Weisbrod. 

Twenty-fourth Ward— Thomas H. Currier, William R. Manierre, 



LVI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1 §9 5-1 §96— CONTINUED. 

Twenty-fifth Ward — William P. Chapman, George B. Milne. 
Twenty-sixth Ward— William E. Schlake, William Finkler. 
Twenty- seventh Ward— Hubert W. Butler, George S. Foster. 
Twenty- eighth Ward — John Bigane, Thomas Sayle. 
Twenty- ninth Ward — Robert Mulcahy, James J. McCarthy, 
Thirtieth Ward — Walter Merchant, John W. Utesch. 
Thirty- first Ward — Edwin J. Noble, Isaiah T. Greenacre= 
Thirty-second Ward — James R. Mann, William Kent. 
Thirty-third Waird- Cyrus H. Howell, Geo. W. Shepherd. 
Thirty-fourth Ward— Oliver L. Chad wick, John O'Neill. 

3?oTB— *Alderman Carter (Tenth Ward) resigned March 2nd, 1896. 

tAlderman Lawler (Nineteenth Ward) died January 17th, 1896. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. LVII 



]|§96-B§9'3'. 

Mayor— GEO. B. SWIFT. 

City Clerk— JAS. R. R. VAN CLEAVE. 

Deputy City Clerk— EDWARD J. DWYER. 

City Attorney— ROY O, WEST. 

City Treasurer— ADAM WOLF. 

aldermen. 

First Ward — Francis P. Gleason, John J . Coughlin. 

Second Ward — Martin Best, Charles F. Gunther. 

Third Ward— Noble B. Judah, Henry S. Fitch. 

Fourth Ward — Martin B. Madden, William S. Jackson. 

Fifth Ward— William J. Doerr, William E. Kent. 

Sixth Ward— Henry Stuckart, Charles Martin. 

Seventh Ward— Edward Haas, Nathan T. Brenner. 

Eighth Ward- John Bennett, Frank Meek. 

Ninth Ward — Joseph E. Bidwill, Vaclav Klenha. 

Tenth Ward— Anton Novak, August W. Miller. 

Eleventh Ward — Charles E. Hambleton, Frank F. Gazzolo. 

Twelfth Ward — James L. Campbell, Conrad Kahler. 

Thirteenth Ward— Charles F. Holman, William T. Maypole. 

Fourteenth Ward— George A. Mugler, Albert W. Beilfuss. 

Fifteenth Ward— Joseph F. Haas, John Anderson. 

Sixteenth Ward— George C. Lenke, Peter Kiolbassa. 

Seventeenth Ward — Stephen P. Revere, Magnus C. Knudson. 

Eighteenth Ward — John J. Brennan, John A. Rogers. 

Nineteenth Ward — Thomas Gallagher, John Powers. 

Twentieth Ward— John H. Hartwick, Charles W. Probst. 

Twenty-first Ward— Frederick A. Hoyer, Nathan M. Plotke. 

Twenty-second Ward— Adolphus W. Maltby, John Maynard Harlan. 

Twenty-third Ward — John Woisbrod, Thomas J. O'Malley. 

Twenty -fourth Ward — William K Manierre, Charles M. Walker. 



LVm MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1 896-1 89* Y — CONTINUED. 

Twenty-fifth Ward— George B. Milne, August F. Portman. 
Twenty-sixth Ward— William Finkler, William E. Sehlake. 
Twenty-seventh Ward— George S. Foster, Hubert W. Butler. 
Twenty-eighth Ward— Thomas Sayle, Charles H. Rector. 
Twenty-ninth Ward— James J. McCarthy, Robert Mulcahy. 
Thirtieth Ward— John W. Utesch, Ethan A. Mowrer. 
Thirty-first Ward— Isaiah T. Greenacre, Clark T. Northrop. 
Thirty-second Ward— William Kent, William Mavor. 
Thirty-third Ward— George W. Shepherd, Cyrus H. Howell. 
Thirty-fourth Ward— * John O'Neill, John B. Math. 

*Ald. O'Neill, a4th Ward, resigned March 29, 1S97. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. LIX 



1§9T-1§98. 

Mayor— CARTER H. HARRISON. 
City Clerk— WILLIAM LOEFFLER. 
Deputy City Clerk-JAMES C. STRAIN. 
City Attorney— MILES J. DEVINE, 
• City Treasurer— ERNST HUMMEL 

ALDERMEN : 

First Ward— John J. Coughlin, Michael Kenna. 

Second Ward—Charles F. Gunther, Patrick J. Cook. 

Third Ward— Henry S. Fitch, Charles Ailing. 

Fourth Ward- William S. Jackson, Abraham A. Ballenberg:. 

Fifth Ward— William E. Kent, Frank X. Cloidt. 

Sixth Ward— Charles Martin, William J. O'Brien. 

Seventh Ward— Nathan T. Brenner, William J. Murphy. 

Eighth Ward— Frank Meek, John Bennett. 

Ninth Ward— Vaclav Klenha, Rudolph Hurt. 

Tenth Ward— August W. Miller, Peter Biewer. 

Eleventh Ward— Frank F. Gazzolo, George Duddleston. 

Twelfth Ward— Conrad Kahler, Joseph H. Francis. 

Thirteenth Ward— William T. Maypole, Thomas F. Little. 

Fourteenth Ward— Albert W. Beilfuss, William C. L. Ziehn. 

Fifteenth Ward— John Anderson, William A. Tuite. 

Sixteenth Ward— Peter Kiolbassa, * Henry Ludolph . 

Seventeenth Ward— Magnus C. Knudson, t Stephen P. Revere, % James Walsh. 

Eighteenth Ward— John A. Rogers, John J. Brennan. 

Nineteenth Ward— John Powers, Joseph A. Haberkorn. 

Twentieth Ward— Charles W. Probst, Frederick W. Alwart. 

Twenty-first Ward— Nathan M. Plotke, William Mangier. 

Twenty-second Ward John Maynard Harlan, Adolphus W. Maltby. 

Twenty-third Ward— Thomas J. O'Malley, William H. Lyman. 

Twenty-fourth Ward— Charles M. Walker, Miles E. Barry. 



r 



LX MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

1 §97-1898— CONTINUED. 

Twenty-fifth Ward— August F. Portman, James H. Hirsch. 
Twenty-sixth Ward— William E. Schlaice, John C. CannoL. 
Twenty-seventh Ward— Hubert W. Butler, Spencer S. Kimbeli. 
Twenty-eighth Ward— Charles H. Rector, Frank M. McCarthy. 
Twenty-ninth Ward— Robert Mulcahy, Michael Mclnerney. 
Thirtieth Ward— Ethan A. Mowrer, Ernst Reichardt. 
Thirty -first Ward- Clark T. Northrop, Elliot W. Sproul. 
Thirty-second Ward— William Mavor, Walter C. Nelson . 
Thirty-third Ward— Cyrus H. Howell, Martin Wiora. 
Thirty-fourth Ward— John B. Math, Frank I. Bennett. 



* Aid. Henry Ludolph died November 8, 1897. 
t Aid. Stephen P. Revere resigned October 25, 1897. 

t James Walsh successfully contested the seat of Stephen P. Revere, and v^as confirmed aa 
representative of the Seventeenth Ward October 25, 1897. 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. I^XI 



1§9§-1§99. 

Mayor— CARTER H, HARRISON. 
City Clerk— WILLIAM LOEFFLER. 
Deputy City Clerk-JAMES C. iSTRAIN. 
City Attorney— MILES J. DEVINE. 
City Treasurer-ERNST HUMMEL. 
? 

ALDERMEN : 

First Ward— Michael Keana, John J. Coughlin. < 

Second Ward— Patrick J. Cook, Charles P. Gunther. 
Third Ward— Charles Ailing, Henry S. Fitch. 
Pourth Ward— A. A. Ballenberg;, William S. Jackson. 
Fifth Ward— Frank X. Cloidt, Edward D. Connor. 
Sixth Ward— William J. O'Brien, Charles Martin. 
Seventh Ward— William J. Murphy, Henry L. Pick. 
Eighth Ward— John Bennett, Edward J. N0vak. 
Ninth Ward— Rudolph Hurt, Edward P. Cullertwn. 
Tenth Ward— Peter Biewer, * August W. Miller. 
Eleventh Ward— George Duddleston, Robert K. Colson. 
Twelfth Ward— Joseph H. Francis, John P. Neagle. 
Thirteenth Ward— Thomas F. Little, William T. Maypole. 
Fourteenth Ward— William C. L. Ziehn, Albert W. Beilfui 
Fifteenth Ward— William A. Tuite, Walter J. Raymer. 
Sixteenth Ward— John P. Smulski, Stanley H. Kunz. 
Seventeenth Ward-James Walsh, Frank Oberndorf. 
Eighteenth Ward— J®hn J. Brennan, Michael C. Conlon. 
Nineteenth Ward— Joseph A. Haberkorn, John Powers. 
Twentieth Ward— Frederick W. Alwart, Chas. P. Brown. 
Twenty-first Ward— William Mangier, Ernst P. Herrmann. 
Twenty-second Ward— Adolphus W. Maltby, t Fred. W. Upham. 
Twenty-third Ward- William H. Lyman, Albert J. Olson. 
Twenty-fourth Ward— Miles E. Barry, Chas. M. Walker. 



iss. 



LXII MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

I §9§-l 899— CONTINUED. 

Twenty-fifth Ward— James H. Hirsch, Robert Griffith. 
Twenty-sixth Ward — John C. Cannon, William E. Schlake. 
Twenty-seventh Ward — Spencer S. Kimbell, Hubert W. Butler. 
Twenty-eighth Ward — Frank M. McCarthy, John Bigane. 
Twenty-ninth Ward — Michael Mclnerney, Thomas Carey. 
Thirtieth Ward— Ernst Reichardt, Charles J. Boyd. 
Thirty-first Ward— Elliott W. Sproul, Joseph Badenoch. 
Thirty-second Ward — Walter C. Nelson, William Mayor. 
Thirty-third Ward— Martin Wiora, Hugh T. Darcy. 
Thirty-fourth Ward— Frank I. Bennett, John B. Math. 



* Resifrned January 4, 1899 (page 1226). 
t Resigned January 4, 1899 (page 1226). 



THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO 

FOR THE MUNICIPAL YEAR 1 899-1 900. 



Mayor, CARTER H. HARRISON, 



City Clerk, 
Deputy City Clerk, 
City Attorney ^- 
City Treasurer 



WILLIAM LOEFFLER 

JAMES C. STRAIN 

- ANDREW J. RYAN 

ADAM ORTSEIFEN 



j3^L_ii5E:]F2]ViE:r^= 



3 JOHN J. COUGHLIN, D 123 La Salle Street 

I MICHAEL KENNA, D 279 S. Clark Street 

j CHARLES F. GUNTHER, D ' 212 State Street 

1 EUGENE R. PIKE, R 304, 164 Dearborn Street 

J HENRY S. FITCH, R 935 Old Colony Building 

I CHARLES ALLING, R 706 Tacoma Building 

3 WILLIAM S. JACKSON, R 10 Board of Trade Building 

■ I MILTON J. FOREMAN, R 1031 Stock Excbange Building 

J EDWARD D. CONNOR. R 637 E. Thirty-first Street 

' I MICHAEL M. BLAKE, D 708 Thirty-first Street 

3CHARLES MARTIN, D 3353 Union Avenue 

• I JAMES J. MCCORMICK, D 3462 S. Halsted Street 

3 HENRY L. FICK, D 38 W. Twelfth Street 

■ I NATHAN T. BRENNER, R . : 167 Dearborn Street 

J EDWARD J. NOVAK, D 935 Opera House Block 

• (MICHAEL S. GARRY, D 19 Solon Place 

3 EDWARD F. CULLERTON, D 94 Market Street 

• (RUDOLPH HURT. D 593 Blue Island Avenue 

rWM. F. BRENNAN, D... 927 St. Louis Avenue 

Tenth Ward \ *MICHAEL ZIMMER, D 1051 Twenty-first Place 

' IIANTON NOVAK, R 512 S. Robey Street 

3 ROBERT K. COLSON, R 512 Fulton Street 

I GEORGE DUDDLESTON, D 27 S. Market Street 

3 JOHN F. NEAGLE, D 1622,79 Dearborn Street 

I JAMES C. PATTERSON, R 43 Campbell Park 

WILLIAM T. MAYPOLE, D 10 S. Canal Street 

FRANK T. FOWLER, R 136 W. Washington Street 



First Ward...- 
Second Ward.. 
Third Ward ... 
Fourth Ward. 
Fifth Ward.... 
Sixth Ward.... 
Seventh Ward. 
Eighth Ward.. 



Ninth Ward. 



Eleventh Ward. 



Twelfth Ward. 



Thirteenth Ward , 



LXIV 



MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 



Fourteenth Ward -j 

Fifteenth Ward < 

Sixteenth Ward ^ 

Seventeenth Ward ■< 

Eighteenth Ward -^ 

Nineteenth Ward -l 

Twentieth Ward 

Twenty-first Ward 

Twenty-second Ward -l 

Tweiity-third Ward 

Twenty- fourth Ward 

Twenty-fifth Ward 

Twenty-sixth Ward 

Twenty-seventh Ward •< 

Twenty -eighth Ward < 

Twenty-ninth Ward •< 

Thirtieth Ward < 

Thirty-first Ward < 

Thirty-second Ward < 

Thirty-third Ward < 

Thirty fourth Ward 



ALBERT W. BETLFUSS, R 448 Mil wauliee Avenue 

JOHN N. BOS, R 473 Crystal Street 

WALTER J. RAYMER, R 157 Michigan Avenue 

CHAS. E. HALLSTROM, R 164 Randolph Street 

STANLEY H. KUNZ, D 685 Noble Street 

JOHN F. SMULSKI, R 23 Metropolitan Block 

FRANK OBERNDORF, R. 127 N. Halsted Street 

GEORGE B. JOHNSON, R 21^5 Grand Avenue 

MICHAEL C. CONLON, D 207 W. Madison street 

JOHN J. BRENNAN, D 114 W. Madison Street 

JOHN POWERS, D 170 Madison Street 

PATRICK MORRIS, D 130 Forquer Street 

CHAS. F. BROWN, D 49 Racine Avenue 

^FREDERICK W. ALWART, D 278 Dayton Street 

lAMOS PETTIBONE, R 152 Monroe Street 

ERNST F. HERRMANN, IND 603 Kedzie Building 

CHARLES WERNO, D. , 70 La Salle Street 

JULIUS GOLDZIER, D 820 Chamber of Commerce 

KINNEY SMITH, R 48 Borden Block 

ALBERT J. OLSON, R 261 N. Franklin Street 

JOHN R PETERSON, R 71 Hobble Street 

^CHARLES M. WALKER, D 95 Dearborn Street 

S. H. HELM, R 77 Rush Street 

§ROBERT GRIFFITH, R 427 N. Clark Street 

WALTER BUTLER, R 814 Tacoma Building 

WILLIAM E. SCHL AKE, D 1465 N. Ashland Avenue 

FREEMAN K. BLAKE, R 505, 79 Dearborn Street 

HUBERT W. BUTLER, R 97 Clark Street 

ALBERT F. KEENEY, R 1320 Chamber of Commerce 

JOHN BIGANE, D 1974 W. Thirty-ninth street 

CHAS. H. RECTOR, R 2226 Harvard Street 

THOMAS CAREY, D 4201 Western Avenue Boulevard 

JOHN T. RUSSELL, D 5101 Halsted Street 

CHARLES J. BOYD, D 709 W. Forty-seventh Street 

ANTON T. ZEMAN, R. 4947 Ashland Avenue 

JOSEPH BADENOCH, R ^. 823 Stock Exchange Building 

HENRY F. EIDMANN, R 422 Chamber of Commerce 

WILLIAM MAYOR, R 166 Oakwood Boulevard 

WALTER C. NELSON, R 101 Washington Street 

HUGH T. DARCY, D.. 9234 Commercial Avenue 

EDWARD WATKINS, D 9754 Avenue L 

JOHN B. MATH, R 1218 Seventy-fifth Street 

FRANK I. BENNETT, R 146, 140 Dearborn Street 



* Resigned Sept. 18, 1899 (page 1055). 

t Resigned July 6, 1899 (page 947). 

t Resigned May 8, 1899 (page 209). No successor. 

§ Died March 9, 1900. 

II Qualified (viceZimraer) Sept. 18, 1899 (page 1056). 

t Qualified (vice Alwart) July 6, 1899 (page 947). 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE CITY COUNCIL FOR 
THE MUNICIPAL YEAR J899-J900. 



AS ADOPTED APRIL 10, 1899. 



FINANCE. 
Schlake, Jackson, Carey, Mavor, Maypole, Griffith, Kunz, Ailing, Powers, Beilfuss, Hurt, 

Rayraer, Neagle. 

JUDICIARY. 

Bennett, Smulski, Goldzier, Ailing, Watkins, Blake (26th ward), Pike, Boyd, Fowler, Nelson, 

Butler (27th ward), Novak (8th ward), Werno. 
• ] 

SCHOOLS. 

Gunther, Badenoch, Russell, Nelson, Brennan (18th ward), F©reman, Blake (5th ward), 
Patterson, Herrmann, Eidmann, Conlon, Smith, Novak (10th ward). 

RAILROADS. 

Mavor, Duddleston, Jackson, Bos, Math, Maypole, Rector, Gunther, Fitch, Herrmann, 

Hallstrom, Bigane, Russell. 

GAS, OIL AND ELECTRIC LIGHT. 

Beilfuss, Maypole, Zeman, Coughlin, Keeney, Garry, Bennett, Helm, Raymer, Neagle, Olson, 

Russell, Brennan (10th ward). 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 

Darcy, Zeman, Kenna, Connor, Martin, Smulski, Coughlin, Foreman, Fick, Butler (25th 
ward), Blake (5th ward), Johnson, 'Gunther. 

LICENSE. 

Smulski, Carey, Pike, Boyd, Patterson, McCormick, Grithth, Butler (25th ward), Blake (26th 
ward), Kunz, Butler (27th ward). Bos. 

ELECTIONS. 

Hurt, Badenoch, Neagle, Pike, Duddleston, Fowler, Schlake, Nelson, Watkins, Smith, 
Goldzier, Bennett, N©vak (10th ward). 

RULES. 

Herrmann, Ailing, Brennan (18th ward), Patterson, Kenna, Hallstrom, Bigane, Fitch, Darcy, 
Math, Blake (5th ward), Eidmann, Werno. 

STREETS AND ALLEYS— SOUTH. 

Carey, Fitch, Coughlin, Gunther, Jackson, Connor, Martin, Boyd, Badenoch, Nelson, Wat- 
kins, Math, Bigane. 

STREETS AND ALLEYS— WEST. 

Maypole, Beilfuss, Fick, N®vak (8th ward). Hurt, Brennan (10th ward), Duddleston, Neagle, 
Raymer, Kunz, Johnson, Brennan (18th ward) , Powers, Keeney, Rector. 

STREETS AND ALLEYS— NORTH. 

Griffith, Herrmann, Pettibone, Smith, Olson, Helm, Schlake. 

WHARFING PRIVILEGES. 

Ailing, Duddleston, Oberndorf, Kenna, Fowler, Watkins, Butler (25th ward), Goldzier, Bos, 

Martin, Zeman, Novak (8th ward), Keeney. 



LXVI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. 

CIVIL SERVICE. 

Fitch, Scblake, Mavor, Rector, Herrmann, Bennett, Gunther, Patterson, Watkins, Hallstrom 

Boyd, Butler (27th ward). 

HARBORS, VIADUCTS AND BRIDGES. 

Raymer, Morris, Bos, Helm, Brenner, Pettibone, Fowler, Brown, Blake (26th ward\ Hurt, 

Keeney, Garry, Foreman. 

SPECIAL ASSESSMENT. 

Jackson, Carey, Mavor, Boyd, Griffith, Goldzier, Brenner, Conlon, Olson, Morris, Beilfuss, 

Darcy, Patterson. 

STREET NOMENCLATURE. 

Helm, Colson, Conlon, Pettibone, Darcy, Smith, Keeney, Zeman, Eidmann, Pike,McCormick, 

Blake (26th ward), Badenoch. 
Police. 
Butler (27th ward), Werno, Connor, Rector, Novak (10th ward), Butler (25th ward), Herr- 
mann, Olson, Bi^ane, Oberndorf, Smulski, Hallstrem, Gunther. 
FIRE DEPARTMENT. 
Badenoch, McCormick, Fick, Colson, Pettibone Coughlin, Fowler, Johnson, Pike, Bos, Blake 

(5th ward), Zeman, Smith. 

MARKETS. 

Bigane, Peterson, Morris, Garry, CuUerton, Goldzier, Schlake, Russell, Duddleston, Ailing, 

Foreman, Werno 

PRINTING. 

Coughlin, Beilfuss, Olson, Conlon, Powers, Brennan (10th ward), Math, Watkins, Bennett, 

Novak (10th ward), Connor, Jackson, Novak (8tn ward). 

CITY HALL. 

Math, Blake (5th ward). Foreman, Martin, Raymer, Fick. Brenner, Neagle, Garry, CuUerton, 

Badenoch, Blake (26th ward), Patterson. 

POLICE STATIONS AND BRIDEWELL. 

Duddleston, Colson, Brennan (18th ward), Novak (10th ward), Oberndorf, M®rris, Hurt, 
Rector, Johnson, Zeman, Smulski, Eidmann, Helm. 
WHARVES AND PUBLIC GROUNDS. 
Kunz, Conn©r, Conlon, Brown, Patterson, Maypole, Hallstrom, Butler (25th ward), Helm, 
Peterson, Raymer, McCormick, Russell. 
WATER DEPARTMENT. 
Nelson, Darcy, Powers, Pettibone, Kenna, Cullerton, Brennan (10th ward), Griffith, Herr- 
mann, Keeney, Fowler, Olson, Mavor. 
STREET AND ALLEY OPENINGS. 
Boyd, Johnson, Brenner, Brennan (10th ward), Martin, Colson, Kunz, Oberndorf, Bos, 
Werno, Russell, Pike, Peterson. 
TRACK ELEVATION COMMITTEE. 
Goldzier, Duddleston, Neagle, Jackson, Fitch, Maypole, Carey, Boyd, Smith. 

NOTE-Ald. Novak (10th ward), was assigned (Sept. 18, 1899) as member of all committees of 
^^IVmSe^wTairgn?^^^^^^^ member of all committees of which Aid. Alwart 

^^AiriS?m assigned (June 19, 1899) as member of Streets and Alleys North, vice Walker. 



EXPLANATORY. 



In the Index frequent abbreviations will be found, for the better understanding of 
which, the following explanation is given: 



B. L. Imp Board of Local Improvements. 

City Hall Committee on City Hall. 

Civ. Ser Civil Service. 

Com. Sel Committee Select. 

C. p. W Commissioner of Public Works. 

Con. in Concurred in. 

Def. andPub ^ Deferred and Published. 

D. .P. W Department of Public Works. 

Elections Committee on Elections. 

Eire Dept " '' Fire Department 

Fin „ " Finance. 

G., O. & E. L , " '' Gas. Oil and Electric Lights. 

Health Dept " " Health Department. 

H., V. &B " " Harbor, Viaducts and Bridges. 

Jud '• "Judiciary. 

License " " License. 

Mkts. " " Markets. 

Police Dept " " Police Department. 

Pol. Sta. and B " '' Police Station and Bridewell . 

Printing , " '-Printing. s 

Pub Published. 

R. E - Committee on Railroads. 

Recom Recommitted. 

Recon Reconsidered. 

Rules Committee on Rules. 

Schools '' "Schools. 

Spec'l Assts "• " Special Assessments. 

Spec'l Com Special Committee. 

S. & A., S. D Committee on Streets and Alleys, South Division. 

S. &A.,K. D '' '' " '' " North 

S.&A., W. D " '^ " " " West 

S. N. & O " ''• Street Nomenclature and Openings 

Track El " " (Special) on Track Elevation. 

W. &P. G ': " Wharves and Public Grounds. 

Water Dept '' '' Water Department. 

Wharf. Priv *' '' Wharting Privileges. 



Guide to Index 



ACCEPTANCES 

APPOINTMEN TS 

BOARD OF EDUCATION 

BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS 

BONDS 

CITY COUNCIL 

CITY. OFFICERS 

CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. 
COMMITTEE ON CITY 



Page. 

LXXI 

LXXI 

LXXV 

LXXVII 

LXXXIII 

LXXXIV 

LXXXVI 

LXXXVIII 



H'ALL LXXXVIII 



ELECTIONS 

FINANCE 

GAS, OIL AND ELECTRIC LIGHT 

HARBORS, VIADUCTS AND BRIDGES. 



COMMITTEE ON 
COMMITTEE ON 
COMMITTEE ON 
COMMITTEE ON 

COMMITTEE ON HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY 

COMMITTEE ON LICENSE 

COMMITTEE ON MARKETS 

COMMITTEE ON POLICE 

COMMITTEE ON RAILROADS 

COMMITTEE ON RULES 

COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS 

COMMITTEES, SPECIAL 

COMMITTEE ON STREET NOMENCLATURE 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS A^D ALLEYS, NORTH DIVISION 
COMMITTEE ON STREET AND ALLEYS, SOUTH DIVISION... 
COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS, WEST DIVISION... 

COMMITTEE (SPECIAL) ON TRACK ELEVATION 

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE 

DEPARTMENT OP BUILDINGS 

DEPARTMENT OP ELECTRICITY 

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

DEPARTMENT OF LAW 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

DEPARTMENT OF SUPPLIES 

MAYOR 

MISCELLANEOUS 

ORDERS— 

MISCELL ANEO OS 

LET CONTRACT • • • 

STAYING 

LAMPS AND LAMP POSTS 

OPENING 

ROADWAY (ESTABLISHING) 

SIDEWALKS 

STREET IMPROVEMENTS 

UNDERGROUND WORK 

ORDINANCES- 
GENERAL 

REPEALING 

DRAINS 



LXXXVIII 

LXXXVIII 

CXXVIII 

CXXX 

CXXXI 

CXXXI 

CXXX VII 

CXXXIX 

CXXXIX 

CXXXIX 

CXL 

CXL 

CXLII 

CXLIII 

CXLIV 

CXLV 

cxLvm 

CLII 

CLIV 

CLIV 

CLIV 

CLV 

CLV 

CLV 

CLVl 

CLVIII 

CLVIIl 

CLXVI 

CLXVII 

CCUI 

CCIII 

CCVI 

CCVIII 

CCVI 1 1 

CCVIII 

CCIX 

CCIX 

CCXII 

ccxxx 

CCXXXIV 



LXX GUIDE TO INDEX. 

ORDINANCES- Faq^. 

GRADE (ESTABLISHING) CCXXXVI 

LAMPS AND LAMP POSTS COLXXTX 

OPENING CCLXXIX 

ROADWAY (ESTABLISHING WIDTH) CCLXXX 

SEWERS CCLXXXI 

SIDEWALKS CCLXXXIII 

STREET IMPROVEMENTS CCCIII 

VACATIONS CGCXII 

WATER SERVICE CCCXIII 

WATER SUPPLY CCCXV 

WIDENING CCCXVIII 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS „^^^-^Xl" 

RESOLUTIONS 



CCCXXXIV 



INDEX. 



ACCEPTANCES. 

« Page 

American Brewing Co., of ord. for switch in Bloomingdale road, Nov. 13, 1899 File 2030 

A., T. & S. F. Ry. Co., ord. amending track elevation ord., May 1, 1899 " 349 

A.,-T. &S. F. Ry. Co., of ord. of May 22, 1899 " 779 

Calumet Western Ry. Co.^ ord., July 6, 1899 " 1059 

C. & A. R. R., ord. of Jan. 15, 1900, track elevation " 2449 

Chicago City Ry. Co., of ord. of Dec. 11, 1899, tracks on Archer av " 2030 

Chicago General Ry. Co., of ord. of March 5, 1900 ^ " 2598 

C. & G. T. Junction Ry., of ©rd. to C. & W. I. Ry. and other roads, Nov. 17, 1899, 

for elevation " 1772 

C, M. & N. R. R. Co., of ord.. May 22, 1899 '' 779 

C, M. &St. P. Ry. Co., ord. switch (N. W. Yeast Co.), June 12, 1899 " 1059 

C, M. & St. P. Ry. Co., of elevated switch ®n Bloomingdale road, Nov. 13, 1899. . . . " 2030 

C. T. T. R. R. Co., of ord. of May 22, 1899, and amendatory ©rd., June 26, 1899 " 779 

C. & W. I. R. R. Co., of ord., Oct. 28, 1899 " 1491 

Dexter, Albert F., of ord. of Jan. 15, 1900 " 2294 

Fairbank, N. K., Co., of ord. for switch ©f Jan. 29, 1900 '' 2453 

Gunther, C. F., of ©rd. (electrical conductors), Dec. 18, 1899 " 2248 

Illinois Telephone and Telegraph Co., ord. of Feb. 20, 1899 " 76 

Jackson, C. W., ord., July 6, 1899 " 1059 

Lincoln Park Commissioners, control of Belden av., bet. Clark st. and North 

Park av ". " 601 

McReynolds Elevator Co., of ord. of Dec. 18, 1899 " 2248 

Morgan & Wright, ord. of March 8, 1897 " 1238 

Northwestern Elevated R. R. Co., of ords. of Jan. 8 and 15, 1900 " 2248 

Northwestern Yeast Co. (C, M. & St. P. Ry. Co.), ord. of June 12, 1899 " 1059 

P., C, C. & St. L. Ry. Co., of ord.. May 22, 1899 " 779 

P., C, C. & St. L. Ry. Co., amendatory ord. passed June 26, 1899, (A., T. & S. F. 

Ry . and other roads, elevation of tracks) " 1238 

Pullman Palace Car Co., ord., July 6, 1899 " 1059 

Story Electric Co., of ord. of Dec. 18, 1899 " 2082 

U. S. Y. & T. Co., of ord. for elevation of A., T. & S. F. Ry. tracks and other roads 

(Alton ord.) , May 22, 1899- " 886 

Unity Power Co., ord., July 6, 1899 '' 1058 



APPOINTMENTS. 
Board of Education— Page 

Brenan, Thomas Con. in 874 

Cameron, Daniel R " 874 

Meier. Christian " 874 



LXXII INDEX. 

APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 

Board of Education— Page 

Mark, Clayton C©n. in 874 

Wolff, John F " 874 

Dawes, Chester M " 874 

Stolz, Joseph " 874 

Claussenius, Geo. W " 874 

Board of Examining Engineers- 
Doyle, P. F " 874 

Godding, George , " 874 

Herlihy, Daniel " 346 

Board of Examiners of Plumbers— 

Breyer, C. C " 875 

Kennedy, Frank " 875 

Furlong, James, Secretary " 875 

Bridgetenders — * 

Antweiler, Anton, Canal Street " 210 

Arato, Louis, Harrison Street " 310 

Bastgen, John, North Avenue " 210 

Bluiim, Wm., North Western Avenue " 210> 

Brennan, Wm., Adams Street " 210 

Burke, Thomas, Division Street (Canal) " 210 

Cahill, Daniel, Rush Street " 210 

Carroll, Henry, Jackson Street " 210 

Choal, John, Ashland Avenue ( West Fork) " 210 

Clinton, James, Kinzie Street " 210 

Doheny, James, State Street " 210 

Dwyer, Thos. E. , Madison Street " 210 

Fisher, Robert G., North Halsted Street (River) " 210 

Fogli, Benjamin, Chittenden Bridge " 346 

Gaynor, Peter, Washington Street " 210 

Gertz, Gus, Fuller Street " 210 

Gleason, Wm. H., Randolph Street /' 210 

Hagemann, Herbert (or Hubert A.), Eighteenth Street " 210 

Hagemann, Hubert, vice Hubert A., Eighteenth Street " 1707 

Harrington, Michael, Ashland Avenue (South Fork)- " 210 

Jennings, John T., South Western Avenue " 346 

Konkowski, F., North Halsted Street (Canal) '' 210 

Lake, Wm., South Halsted Street " 210 

McCarle, Chas. A., Lake Street " 210' 

McCarthy, John, Main Street " 210 

McCarthy, John A., Deering Street " 210 

McCormick, Martin, Chicago Avenue '' 210 

McGovern, Frank, Twenty-second Street " 210 

Margraff, Charles, Canal Street " 875- 

Mazurkewicz, Peter, Weed Street " 210 

Minnick, John, Clyb®urn Place " 210^ 

Moynihan, Thomas, Dearborn Street " 210 

Murawski, John, Diversey Street " 346 

Novak, Thomas, One Hundred and Sixth Street " 346 

O'Connor, James, Van Buren Street " 210 

Palacek, Jos., Archer Avenue " 210 

Parcham, Joseph, Division Street (River) " 210 

Rankin, Wm., Ninety-second Street " 346 

Reilly, John J., Belmont Avenue " 210 

Ring, Ed. J., Laurel Street " 210 

Roth, Fred, Erie Street " 210" 



INDEX. 



LXXIII 



APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 

Bridgetenders — 

Sawicka, A., Webster Avenue Con. 

Schapp, Rudolph, Wells Street. . . 

Scklake, J. E. , Fullerton Ayenue 

Smith, E. J., Polk Street 



Stiemann, Anton, Riverdale. 



Sullivan, M., Clark Street 

■Talbot, Thomas, Taylor Street 

Timm, Stanislaus, Ninety-fifth Street. 

Tracy, Pat W., Thirty-fifth Street 

Walsh, M. F., Indiana Street 

Weil, Albert, Canal Street 

City Collector, Brandecker, Frank X., Jr. 
City Comptroller — 

Kerfoot, W illiam D 

Ackerman, W. K., Deputy 



Frost, Edward Allen, Deputy, 



City Electrician, Ellic©tt, E. B 

City Physician, Moore, D. G 

City Sealer — 

Eldred, Fred E 

Quinn, James 

Commissioner of Buildings, McAndrews, James 

Department ©f Fire, Swenie, Denis J., Chief Fire Marshal 

Department of Health, Reynolds, A. R., Cemmissioner of Health 

Department of Law — 

Walker, Chas. M., Corporation Counsel 

Taylor, Howard S., Prosecuting Attorney 

Department of Police, Kipley, Joseph, Chief (Superintendent) of Police 

Department of Public Works — 

McGann, L. E., Commissioner Public Works 

Sturm, Adolph, Deputy Commissioner Public Works 

Blocki, Frederick, Dep. Com. of P. W. (See official bond approved 1773.) 

Department of Supplies, Washington, Irving, Superintendent 

Harbors — 

Roberts, John, Harbormaster '. 

Lamoureaux, Joseph, Harbormaster 

Barry, James, Harbormaster 

Dorow, Charles, Assistant Harbormaster 

Krone, Wm., Assistant Harbormaster 

McCarthy, John, Assistant Harbormaster 

White, Wm., Assistant Harbormaster 

Elderkin, T. J., Chief Vessel Dispatcher 

Prindiville, Redmond, Assistant Vessel Dispatcher 

Steiner, Philip, Assistant Vessel Dispatcher 

Inspector of Boilers — 

Schlacks, Charles. ■ 

Schlacks, Peter P 

Inspector of Fish, Murray, P.J 

Inspector of Gas, O'Brien, James 

Inspectors House of Correction — 

Self ert, Rudolph 

Lorenz, Dr. M. E 

Inspector of Oils, Burke, Robert E 



Page 

in 210 

2162 

210 

• 210 
j 210 

■ \ 346 

• 210 
'- 346 

346 
210 
210 
210 
181 

' 346 
428 

' 2080 
181 
181 

181 
' 1228 

181 
' 209 

181 

209 
181 
181 

181 

874 

181 

346 
' 2329 
■' 2734 
346 
346 
346 
875 
346 
346 
846 

874 
•^ 2534 

" 875 
688 

874 
874 
181 



LXXIV 



INDEX. 



APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 

Inspector Weights and Measures — 

Eldred, Fred E Con. in 

Quinn, James " 

Lahiff, Edward M., Private Secretary to Mayor " 

Library Board — 

MeCormiclc, Robt " 

Peabody, Franl^ S " 

Kuffewslii, Wad. a ; • " 

Plamondon, Charles A . . " 

Police Magistrates — 

Callahan, Charles, Seventh District, South Chicago " 

Dooley , J. C. , Second District, Court No. 1 " 

Dooley, J. C, transferred from Third District, Court No. 1 to Seeond Dis- 
trict, Court No. 1 " 

Doyle, Jas. M., Third District, Court No. 2 

Eberhardt, Max, Second District, Court No. 2 " 

Edgar, Thomas, Eleventh District " 

Fitzgerald, John, Eighth District " 

Hall, William T. , Sixth District '' 

Kersten, George, Fifth District " 

Mahoney, John A., Tenth District " 

Martin, James C, First District, Court No. 1 " 

O'Donoghue, M. J, , Fourth District, Court No. I „ " 

Prindiville, John K., First District, Court No. 2 , " 

Quinn, M. J., Seventh District, Hyde Park " 

Sabath, A. J., Third District, Court No. 1 " 

Sabath, A. J., transferred from Second District, Court No. 1 to Third Dis- 
trict, Court No. 1 " 

Severson, Olaf, Fourth District, Court No. 2 " 

Bailiffs of Police Courts- 
Abrahams, George, Third District " 

Barnett, Moses, First District, Harrison Street " 

Constable, A., Sixth District, 35th and Halsted Streets , " 

Bgan, Thomas C, Seventh District " 

Furlong, J. J,, Tenth District, Lake View '' 

Glomski, Stanley K., Eleventh District, Logan Square " 

Griffin, John, First District, Harrison Street " 

Hendricks, John C, Jr., Third District, Court No. 1 " 

Holden, P. F. , Ninth District, Englewood " 

Laskowski, Wm. J., Second District, Maxwell Street " 

McGrady, Chas., Seventh District, Hyde Park " 

Mitchell, B. M., Desplaines Street " 

Murphy, Morgan, Second District, Maxwell Street " 

O'Neill, John, Third District, Desplaines Street " 

Phillips, Henry, Fourth District, West Chicago Avenue " 

Sehaefer, John, Sixth District, 35th and Halsted Streets 

i^prengel, Albert J., Fourth District, West Chicag® Avenue '' 

_ Waluer, Casper F., Eighth District, Town of Lake 

Clerks of Police Courts— 

Arrand, Samuel W., First District, Harrison Street 

Banyon, Horace, Third District, Desplaines Street " 

Benfield, John (H.), Tenth District, Sheffield Avenue 

Campbell, Thos. W., Second District, Maxwell Street " 

Clingen, W. C, Third District, Desplaines Street 

Clinton. Horace, First District, Harrison Street 



Page 

181 

1228 

181 

874 
874 
874 

874 

347 
347 

534 
347 
347 
347 
347 
1311 
347 
347 
^7 
347 
347 
347 
347 

534 
347 

347 

210 
210 
347 
210 
210 
210 

2293 
210 
210 
210 

1228 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 

209 
209 
2534 
209 
209 
209 



INDEX. LXXV 

APPOINTMENTS— Continued. 



Clerks of Police Courts- 
Cunningham, John, Sixth District, 35th and Halsted Streets Con. 

Hallig-an, T. R., Ninth District, Englewood 

Healy, Chas. F., First District, Harrison Street 

Klaf ta, Aug. C. , Fourth District, West Chicago Avenue 

Magnus, W. J., Fifth District, East Chicago Avenue 

Maher, M., Fourth District, West Chicago Avenue, 



Page 

in 209^ 
209 " 
209 
209 
210 
209 



Roderick, Ike, First District, Harrison Street " 209 



209 
209 
209 



Roll, W, R., Tenth District, Lake View 

Slatinsky , Paul, Second District, Maxwell Street 

Suddith, W. A., Seventh District, Hyde Park 

Wagner, John, Sixth District " '^^T 

Wall, Thomas, Eighth District, Town of Lake " 209 

Weber, Wm. J., Fifth District, East Chicago Avenue " 209 

Wisniewski, Alex., Seventh District, South Chicago " 209 

Zarazinski, Frank, Eleventh District, Logan Square " 209 

Pounds— 

Bahcock, A. W., Poundmaster, West Division " 346 

Dwyer, Wm., Poundmasster, Lake '' ^^^ 

Moran, John, Poundmaster, Englewood " 2448 

Nugent, Edward, Poundmaster, Hyde Park " 346 

Robertson, John D., Poundmaster, Jefferson " 346 

Spangkuch, George J., North Division Pound " 1433 

Staatenmeyer, R. W., Poundmaster North Division " 346 

Swift, Jeremiah, Poundmaster, South Division " 347 

Shortall, John G., Keeper of Dog Pound " 688 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 
Buildings: Page 

j Schools 212 

Auburn Park School, request for 12-room addition < -^^^^ 24S0 

Auburn Park School, request for additional appropriation to remove furnaces. Schools 1491 

j Schools 1935 

Avondale School, request for 18-room addition < t;,^^ 248o 

Schools 1935 

Belle Plaine School, request for erection of 20-room building < ^^^ 

Schools 1935 

Calumet Avenue and 41st St., request for erection of 22-room builaing-^ ^^^^ 

Darwin School, in re. additional appropriation, with request and proposition . . Con. in 603 

■ Schools 1935 

Dore School, for ^15,000 additional to complete 



) 



File 2480 

Earle, Calumet Avenue (2), Dore, Selwyn and Cullom Streets, and Avondale and 

A uburn Park Schools, request for additional appropriations Schools 695 

( Schools 1935 

Eighteenth Street School, for 22-room building i TT'i 94-^0 

Schools 1935 

Eighty-third Street School, request for 18-room building •< 

Ewing and Forquer sts. site, request for erection of building Schools 85 

^ .,^. ( Schools 1935 

Fernwood District, request for nine rooms (half of IS-rooni) buuding. < ,^ 

Schools 1935 

Fifty-third and Loomis sts., for 26-room building < ^., ^ ^ ^,^ 

' File 2480 



LXXVI ' INDEX. 

BOARD OP EDUCATION— Continued. 
Buildings— Page 

,. . .o ,^. . . o X, -n^. (Schools. ... 1935 

Fifty-third and Spaulding av., request for h-room building < 

Harrisen School, far erection of 12-rooin addition Schools 1355 

-, . -o , ^ * -TO V. -1 - (Schools 1934 

Irvinff Park, request for 13-room builaing •< 

(File 2480 

^ , ,- ,1,0., 1 X ^ -.r, J ,-x- (Schools 1935 

John Marshall School, request for 12-room addition ■{ 

I File 2480 

Schools 1935 

Laurel av. and 33d St., for erection of 18-room building •< j^., ^^g^ 

Madison Avenue School, request for rescind of 120,000 add'l appropriation. . Schools 430 

I Schools 1935 

Maxwell and Desplaines sts. (vicinity of), request for 22-roora building -( 2430 

(Pub. and Schools.. 888 
North Division High School, report as to bids, etc ^ . . „„ 

Nutt St., Nos. 27 to 43, site, request for erection Schools 35 

Robert A. "Waller School, for |'35,000 to complete '' 1773 

( Schools 1935 

Talcott School, request for 12-rootn addition •< ^^ .g^ 

Thirty-third ct. and Laurel st., request for additional app'n t© complete Schools 1311 

^^t^— ( Schools 1934 

Co©per School, request for purchase and fitting up temporary quarters ■< 9480 

Cooper School, request for site only Schools 2578 

( Schools 1935 

Eighteenth Street School district, request for purchase •< ^ .g„ 

Foster School, for purchase of additional site for relief of Schools 2514 

Garfield School, for purchase of additional site for relief of " 2514 

, Schools 1355 

Harrison Scheol, request for purchase of additional < Scheols 1935 



File 2480 

( Schools 1935 

Maxwell and Desplaines sts., request for purchase in vicinity of K „ g„ 

Nutt St., Nos. 27 to 43, communication rescinding action of Board of j Schools 1491 

Nov. 1, 1899, as to purchase I File 1601 

Schools 1934 



Polk Street School district, for purchase ^ „.^ ^^g^ 

Schley, W. S. , School, for purchase of additional Schools 2578 

Talcott School, request for purchase of adjoining and erection of 12- J Schools. ... 1935 

room addition ( File 2480 

Talcott School, another request for site only Schools 2578 

Washburne School, for purchase of additional site for relief of '" 2514 

Miscellaneous — 

Andrews, Dr. E. Benj., resolution calling upon Board to ask for j Schools 1965 

resignation of ' Pile 2272 

Austin School property, communication in re. settlement of valuation of Schools 2850 

Committee on Schools, reply to charges by President Graham H. Harris. .Pub. & File 2887 

Parental School, request for $200,000 appropriation for Fin . 2736 

Property of School Fund, Lot 8, Block 2, Hilliard & Hitt's Sub., proposition to sell 

to Klein & Casey. Schools 430 

(See pages 1040 and 1174). 

(Fin 2294 

Tax warrants, for concurrence in issuing < -p,-, 2480- 

V^acating alley in Fricke & Dose's Sub., ord. for File 161 

Warrants against tax levy, request of Board to issue File 2480. 



INDEX. LXXVII 

BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

Drains- ^^^^ 

Grand av., from Hirsch st. to 43rd ct., order Referred 1863 

Grand av., from North av. to Armitage av., order " 1807 

Lamp Posts — 

Humboldt, Mosart and Francisco sts., from Addison to Grove avs., order. . . " 3467 

Western av., from Wilson to Lawrence avs., order " 1864 

Wilson, etc., avs., from West Ravenswood Park to Western av., order " 1864 

Wolfram st., from Western to Oakley avs " 1684 

Opening — 

Ada, Elizabeth and Throop sts., from 63rd to 67th sts., order " 1972 

Alley from Adams st. to first alley south of Adams, 34 feet west of C. & N. 

W. Ry. track in Rockwell st., order " 2880 

Alley from east line of Western av. to north and south alley between 

Western, Claremont, North and Wabansia avs., order " 279^ 

Harvard av., from 43rd to 44th avs., petition and order " 2265 

Harvard av., from 69th st. to South Normal parkway, petition " 2058 

Indiana av., from 13th to 14th sts., B. L. I. to proceed to open, order Passed 2624 

One Hundred and Twenty-second st., from Indiana av to C. & E. I. 

R. R., order .''. Referred 1862 

Park av., from Kedzie to Albany avs., order " 1822 

Sixty-fifth, 66th and 67th sts., frora Centre to Loomis, order " 1972 

Taylor st., from Kedzie to Central Park avs., order " 2182 

Sewer — 

Bloomingdale rd., from Western to Campbell avs., order " 1967 

Carpenter st., from 87th to 88th sts., pet. and order " 2298 

Central Park av., frora Diversey to Milwaukee avs., etc. (system), pet. and 

order " ^557 

Centre av., from 87th to 88th sts., order " 261& 

Clark St., from Deming pi. to Diversey blvd., order " 1740 

Cornelia st., from Springfield to Crawford avs., order " 2522 

Eighty-seventh to 105th sts. (territory south of), and east of Wentworth and 

Indiana avs., order for main sewer, etc " 1862 

Emerald av., from alley north of 103d st. to 101st st., pet. and order " 2796- 

Morgan, Carpenter, Aberdeen and May sts., from 70th to 71st sts. ; Peoria 
St. and Centre av., from 74th to 75th sts. ; Green st., from 73d to 75th 
sts. ; Green st., from 71st to 72nd sts. ; Aberdeen and Morgan sts., from 

69th to 70th sts. ; and 73d st., from Centre av. to Morgan st., order " 2523 

One Hundred and Seventeenth st., from Eggleston (Scanlan) to Wentworth 
avs., Stewart, Harvard, Princeton and Yale avs. (system), pet. and 

order = " 2135 

Seventy-ninth St., from Ashland to Stony Island avs., order " 2616 

Sixty-first st., and in Monroe av. (34th ward), order " 2439' 

Twenty-eighth st., from Kedzie to Sacramento avs., order " 2623 

Union and Emerald avs., from 101st to 103d sts., order " 1689 

Western av., from Irving Park blvd. to Dakin, and in Dakin west, order " 2438 

Whipple St., from 26th to 38th sts., order " 2472 

Winona st., from Western av. to east line of Section 12-40-13, etc., and for 
repeal of ord. for sewer in Winona st., from Western av. to west line, 

etc., order " 3795 

Sidewalks — 

Addison av., from Kedzie av. to Humboldt st., order " 2467 

Albany av., from Archer av. to 47th st., order " 2128 

Armour av., from 34th to 35th sts., order " 3634 

Avenue J, from 103d to 109th sts., order " 1863 

Avondale av., from 44th av. to 300 feet west, pet. and order " 1688. 

California av., from Archer av. to 39th St., order " -1688' 



LXXVIII INDEX. 

BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS— Continued. 
Sidewalks — Page 

California av., from 39tli to 47tli sts.. order Referred 2128 

Clark St., from 60th to 6Sth avs. (27th ward), order •' 2172 

Commercial av., from S2nd st. to 83rd pi., ord Re-com. and Referred Back 2615 

Congress park, from Harrison to Van Buren sts., order Referred 2471 

Cortez St., from 42nd to 46th avs., order '' 2128 

Dearborn st., from 47th to 48th sts., pet. for repeal " 1863 

Dickens av., from 41st ct. to 44th av., order " 2467 

Division st. , from Monticello to 40th avs. , order " 2620 

East Ravenswood Park, from Belmont to Lincoln sts., ®rder " 1739 

Forty-first av., from Armitage to Humboldt avs., order " 2467 

Forty-first ct., from North to Armitage avs., order .'. . '' 2127 

Forty-third st., from Western to Kedzie avs., order " 2128 

Forty-fifth St., from Calif®rnia to Kedzie avs., order " 2128 

Foster av., from Kedzie and Lincoln avs, to Slough bridge, order " 1807 

Franklin St., in front of No. 321 North, order " 2263 

Grace St., from Ashland to Southport avs., order , , " 2438 

Greenleaf av. , from Perry av. to C. , M. & St. P. Ry. , order " 2618 

Greenwood av., from P., F. W. & C. Ry. to 80th St., order " 1811 

Haddon av., from 42nd to 46th avs., order " 2128 

Hamilton st., from Roscoe to School st., order . . " 2555 

Herndon st. , from Melrose st. to 100 feet north, order " 2521 

Humboldt av., from Archer av. to 45th St., order " 2128 

Illinois St., from Dearborn av. to Rush st., order " 2437 

Jefferson Park, petition calling attention to condition of " 1936 

Kedzie av., from Belmont to Elston avs., order " 27-J4 

Kedzie av., from Lake st. to Washington blvd., order " 1804 

Kedzie av., from 39th St. to Archer av., order '' 2128 

Liaflin, Bishop, Loomis, Elizabeth and Throop sts., fr@m 47th to 51st sts., order " 2523 

Leavitt St., from Roscoe to School Sts., order " 2555 

Lincoln av., from Fullerton to Racine avs., order '' 1866 

Loomis St., from 5ist to 55th sts., order " 2523 

McLean av., from 43d to 44th avs., order " 2059 

Maplewood av., from Humboldt blvd. to C. & N. W. Ry., order " 2471 

Melrose st., from Paulina st. to East Ravenswood Park, order " 1739 

Montrose blvd., from Western t') Lincoln avs., order " 2470 

Morgan, Butler and 35th sts., (6th ward ) order '' 2261 

Morgan, 39th, Quinn and Loomis sts., and 34th ct. (6th ward\ order " 2300 

Ninety-second st., from Yates to Luella avs, order '' 1808 

Noble av., from Homan to Central Park avs., order " 2794 

One Hundred and Fifth street, from Avenues F to N, order " 1863 

Paulina St., from Washington blvd. to Van Buren St., order. " 1683 

Pensacola, Cuilom, Hutchinson, Berteau, Belle Plaine, and Cuyleravs., bet. 

Kimball and Spaulding avs.. order "■' 2265 

Polk St., from Washtenaw to California avs., order " 2621 

Roscoe St., from Kedzie to Elston avs., order " 2794 

Sacramento, Monroe, Washtenaw, Kedzie and Albany avs., order " 1743 

Sacramento av., from 39th st. to Archer av., order '' 2128 

St. Lawrence av., system, except, etc.. order " 1811 

School St., 64th and Humboldt avs. (27th ward), order " 1737 

Seventy-first st. , from Halsted to Wallace sts. , order " 1689 

Seventy-first and 72d places, order .^ . " 1811 

Seventy-third st., system, except, etc., order " 1811 

Sixtieth st., from Wentworth to South Park avs., order " 1689 

Sixty-third st., from I. C. R. R. to Stony Island av., order " 1862 

Sixty-third to 67th sts., order for at sundry places on " 1689 

Southport av., from Byron to Grace sts., order , " 2298 



INDEX. LXXIX 

BOARD OP LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS— Continued. 

Sidewalks — Page 

Spauiding av., from Madison st. to Jackson blvd , order Referred 2063^ 

State St. and Plymouth pi., from Taylor to 12th sts., order " 2302 

State St., from 26th to 39th sts., order " 2433 

Thirty-first St., from Wentworth to Halsted, order " 1799 

Thirty-fifth st., from Indiana av. t© first alley, order for ord., and to repair.. " 1682 

Thirty-ninth st., from Washtenaw to Kedzie avs., order " 1688 

Thomas st. , from 42d to 46th avs. , order " 2128 

Troy St., from Archer av. to 46th st., order " 2128 

Twenty-second st., north side, from Douglas bivd, to Albany av., pet. in re. 

condition... " 1355 

Twenty-second st., from Homan av. to river, communication from j S. & A., W. 1773 

Board in le. status of ord. for walk, and ord. repealing same ( File 2075 

Wrightwood av., from Herndon st. to Clybourn av., pet. and order. Referred 2521 

Street Improvements — 

"A" St., from Clybourn av. to Dominick st., order " 1867 

Aberdeen St., from 63d to 67th sts '^ i 

^ ] 2439 

Aberdeen St., from Van BUren to Polk sts., order ;... " 1806 

Aberdeen st., from Van Buren to Polk sts., coummunication in re., and re- 
turning the ord., previously referred back (page 1717) File 2107 

Ada St., from 47th to 49th sts., order , Referred 1972 

Adams st., from 46th to 48th avs., order " 1864 

Alley bet. Carroll, Fulton, St. Louis and Central Park, order " 1804 

Alley from 15th St., bet. State and Dearborn, and to State st., bet. 15th and 

16th sts., order '^ 1903 

Alley bet. 52d and 53d sts., Lake and Jefferson avs., order " 2298 

Alley bet. 45th pi. and 46th St., Grand blvd, and Vincennes av., change from 

brick to asphalt, order " 1863 

Alley north of Harrison st., bet Hoyne and Leavitt sts., order " 2621 

Alley bet. Indiana and Michigan, 20th and 21st, order " 1799 

Alley bet. Indiana and Prairie, 16th and 18th, order " 1682 

Alleys bet. Michigan and Indiana avs., 12th and 14th sts., and 18th and 26th 

sts., order " 2261 

Alleys bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., 14th and 16th sts., and 18th and 20th 

sts., order " 2261 

Alleys bet. Michigan, Wabash, 16th and 18th, bet. 14th and 16th, Wabash 
and State, bet. Wabash and Michigan, 21st and 22d, and bet. 18th and 

21st, Wabash and State, order " 2302 

Alley bet. Morgan, Aberdeen, Van Buren and Jackson, order " 1741 

Alley north side and east of Halsted st. and north ®f Monroe st., order " 2880 

Alleys bet. 25th and 26th, Prairie and Calumet, order '' 1799 

Alley bet. Washington blvd. and Park av., from Kedzie to point east of Homan av., 

ord. and est Referred Back 2115 

Archer av., from State st. to Ashland av., communication with ord., esti- 
mate, etc S& A., S. 214 

Armitage ave., from 52d to 56th avs Referred 1807 

Armitage av., from 44th to 51st avs., order " 2438 

Armour av. and Dearborn st., from 33d to 39th sts., order " 2261 

Augusta St., from Hamlin to 44th avs., order "• 1808 

Augusta, Henry, Iowa, Sophia sts., etc., etc. (system), order " 2058 

Barnard, Eberly, Drake, Gresham, Central Park, Noble avs., etc. (system), 

order and pet '' 1971 

Blaekhawk St., from Paulina St. to Elston av., order " 1741 

Bryan pi., from Lake to Randolph sts., order. " 2472 

Calumet av., from 21st st. to south line, etc., Lot 5, etc., order " 1799 



LXXX . INDEX. 

BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS— Continued. 
Street Improvements - Fa.g® 

Canal st., from Lake to Fulton sts., order Referred 2521 

Carmen av., from East Ravenswood Park to Clark St., order " 3521 

Centre av., from Grand to Milwaukee avs., order S. «fe A., W. 2619 

Chicago av., from Milwaukee av. to river, ©rder Referred 1867 

Cleveland av. , from North av. to Fullerton av. , tw® orders " 1969 

Clybourn av., from North to Fullerton avs., order " 1867 

Dearborn St., from 16th to 22d sts., order " ^^^^ 

DeKoven St., from Canal St. to C, B. &Q. R. R., order '| 1806 

Division St., from Homan to 40th avs., order " ^182 

Drake av., from Chicago av. to Ohio st., order "^ 3620 

Dunning st., from Sacramento to California avs., order " 3061 

Eddy St., from Racine av. to Clark st., order '' 3794 

Eighteenth st., from Prairie to Clark st., order " l^^O 

Ellis av., from 46th to 50th st., pet. and order " 3055 

Emerald av., 36th to 39th sts., order • • " l"''*^ 

Fifth av., from 35th to 37th sts., order " ^^61 

Fifty-second St., from Halsted t@ Morgan sts., order for macadam and to re- 
peal asphalt ' '^ 

Forquer st, from Canal St. to Blue Island av., ord. and est " 3435 

Forquer St., from Canal st. to Blue Island av., order " 3471 

Fortieth av., from Madison st. to first alley north of Fillmore st., order " 3183 

Forty-third av., from C„ B. & Q. R. R. to 36th st. and 36th st. from 43nd to 

43d avs., system, pet. and order " ^^^6 

Forty-eighth st., from Wood to Robey sts., etc., etc., system, order " 3533 

Forty-ninth st., from Centre av. to Robey st., order " 19*^2 

Fullerton av., from 40th to 44th avs., ordinance Referred Back 3598 

F ulton St. , from Canal st. to Milwaukee av. , order Referred 1968 

Grand av., from Chicago to Monticello av., order " l'^43 

Grand av., from 51st to 56th avs., order " ^^^8 

Grand av., from North to Armitage avs.. order " 1807 

Grand av., from Noble to Paulina sts., order " 3547 

Graves pL, from Cottage Grove av. to 33d st., order " 3063 

Harding, Springfield and Avers avs., from Chicago av. to Augusta st., sys- 

tem°, order.". '^' ^^^^ 

Harrison St., from Clinton to Halsted sts., order " 3553 

Hermitage av., from Jackson blvd. to 13th st., order " 1804 

Homan, Monticello and Grand avs., order " l^'^^^ 

Humboldt st,, from Milwaukee av. to Humboldt blvd., order " 3061 

Indiana av., from 18th to 39th sts., ord., and est Pub. and S. & A., S. D. 539 

Jefferson, Kimbark and Monroe avs., 63d and 57th sts., resurface, order. . ..Referred 3439 
Kedzie, -Troy, Albany, Whipple, Sacramento, Humboldt st., Francisco, 

Hesing, Roscoe and Elston, order " 1'''^' 

Lake av., from 40th to 51st sts., pet and order " 3266 

Lake St., from Halsted St. to Ashland av., order " 3473 

Lane pi., from Center St. to Garfield av., order '' 3470 

Lessing St., from Chicago av. to Front st., order " 1968 

Lincoln St., from Adams to Taylor sts., order " 1683 

Lincoln st (in 14th ward), order to change specifications for paving from brick to 

asphalt Passed i>551 

Lincoln, Winchester, 50th, 53d, Wood, Marshfield, Paulina, Honore and 49th sts., 

order Referred 3533 

Liberty st., from Canal to Halsted sts., order " 3633 

Locust, W endell. Maple, Chestnut pi. and Walton pL, order " 3060 

Michigan St., from Clark to State sts., order " 3060 

Millard av., from Harrison St. to Colorado av., order " 3433 



INDEX. LXXXI 

BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS— Continaed. 

Street Improvements— Pafje 

Monticelloav., from Chicago av. to Le Moyne st., order Referred 2471 

Monticello av., from North to' Grand avs., order " 1742 

Morgan St., from Milwaukee to Chicago avs., order " 196>5 

Mozart St., from Fullerton av. to Humboldt blvd., order " 2061 

Nelson st., from Perry st. to Ashland av., order " 1970 

Nineteenth St., from Throop to Wood sts., order " 1870 

Ninety-fifth st., from Vincennes rd. to Longwood av., order " 2523 

Noble St., from Kinzie st. to Milwaukee av., order " 1741 

Ogden av. , from Randolph st. to Washington blvd. , order " 2472 

One Hundred and Third st., from Michigan av. to Vincennes rd., order " 2523 

One Hundred and Seventh st., from Michigan to Wentworth avs., with all 

underground work, etc., etc. (system, 63 streets in all) , order " 2523 

One Hundred and Eleventh st., from Indiana av. to I. C. R. R., resurfacing 

order " 2525 

Pleasant pi., from Leavitt st. to Western av., order " 2126 

Polk St., from Clinton to Halsted, order " 2552 

Pratt St., from Morgan to Sangamon sts., order •' 1968 

Quincy St., from Desplai^es to Halsted sts., order " 2793 

Rhodes av., from 33d to 35th sts., order " 1682 

Rogers, Chase and Fargo avs. (25th ward) , pet. and order " 2263 

Sacramento av., from Milwaukee to Humboldt blvd., order ••' 2061 

St. Louis av., from Harrison st. to Colorado av., order " 2262 

St. Louis av., from 26th to 28th sts., ord. . Referred Back 2598 

Sangamon St., from Chicago av. to Front St., order Referred 1741 

Sawyer, Spaulding, Christiana, Kimball, Wellington, Allen, Wisner, Dawson 

and Woodward sts. and avs. , order ... " 1688 

Sebor, Pearce, Sholto, Miller, 11th, Belknap sts., Vern©n Park pi., Sanga- 
mon St., Lorretta ct., Hope, Aberdeen, Better, Good, Damon, Oregon, 

Gilpin pi. and Harrison (19th ward) , order " 2263 

Seventy-third st., Monroe, Kimbark, Adams avs., 73d and 74th sts. and 

Noble ct., order " 1689 

Seventy-fourth st., from Yates to Bond avs., pet " 2298 

Sixty-fourth St., from State t® Armour, order " 1972 

Sixty-sixth, 67th, 68th sts., Michigan and Indiana avs. and Hartwell st., 

system, order " 2439 

State St., fr®m22d to 26th sts., order " 2125 

State St., from 26th to 39th sts., communication from Secretary, submitting 

ord. and estimate S. & A., S. 2166 

Stewart av., 62d st. and 62d pi., resurface with granite, order .Referred 1735 

Taylor st., from Western to California avs., order " 2621 

Thirtieth st., from South Park to Prairie av. and from Prairie to Went- 
worth av., order " 2301 

Thirty-first St., from Wentworth av. to Halsted St., order " 1799 

Thirty-fifth and 36th sts., 36th, 34th and 33d pis., asphalt (4th ward), 

order " 2261 

Thirty-seventh st., from Cottage Grove av. to State st., order " 2261 

Thirty-ninth st., from Ashland to Western avs., order ... '' 1749 

Throop St., from Madison to Harrison sts., order " 247^ 

Touhy av., from Ridge to Western avs., order , " j ^__, 

Tremont St., from Stewart av. to Wallace St., order, " 2128 

Troy, Sacramento, Albany, Roscoe, Whipple, etc., system, order " 2059 

Twelfth pi., O'Brien, Barber and 20th sts., order " 2547 

Twentieth st., trom Archer to Wabash avs.; 22nd st., from State st. to 

Archer av., order '' 2302 



LXXXII INDEX. 

BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS— Continued. 
Street Improvements— Page 

Twenty-first pi., from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av., order Referred 2622 

Twenty-fifth St., from Wabash to Clark, order " 1750 

Van Buren St., from California to Kedzie avs., and to widen, order " 2300 

Vernon av., from 33d to 39th sts., order " 3433 

Wabash av., from 12th to22d sts., order " 3186 

Wallace St., from 103d to 111th sts., etc., system, order ", 2525 

Washington av. and 63d st. (34th ward) , order " 2439 

Wells St., from Division to Clark sts., pet " 3879 

Wentworth, LaSalle, Perry, LaFayette, State, 116th. 117th, 118th (st. and 

pL), in Thirty-fourth Ward, pet. and order " 3297 

Whipple St., from Humboldt blvd. to Diversey st., order " 2880 

Winnemac av.. from East Ravenswood Park to North Clark st., pet. and 

order ;; 1^39 

Wood St., from 16th st. to river, order " 1870^ 

Woodlawn av., from 59th st. to Lake av. or 44th st., pet. and order " 2055 

Yale av., from 67th to 69th sts., order " 3465 

Underground Work- 
One Hundred and Seventh st., from Michigan to Wentworth avs., etc., etc., 

(system, 63 other streets), order " 352a 

Wentworth, LaSalle, Perry, LaFayette, State, 116th, 117th and 118th sts., 

and places in 34th ward, petition and order " 3297 

Water Mains — 

Crystal st., from 43rd to 44th avs " 1^63 

Gagect., from Western to Artesian avs., and in Artesian av. from Gage 

ct. to 430 feet south, order 

Robey St., from 51st st. to 200 feet south of 55th st., order " 3523 

Rockwell St., from 47th to 49th sts., order . " 1972 

Water Main and Supply- 
Artesian av., from 210 feet north of 50th st. to 57th st " 3179 

Water Service Pipe- 
Bonaparte St., from Lock to Arch sts., order " 1^83 

Grand av., from Hirsch st. to 43rd ct., ©rder " 1863 

Grand av., from North to Armitage avs., ©rder " 1807 

Winchester, Honore, Ada, .51st, 48th, May, Wood, Paulina, and Lincoln 

(30th ward) , order " 1808 

Water Supply- 
Dunning st., from 48th t® 49th avs., pet. and order " 3557 

Forty-fourth av, , from 31st to 28th sts., order " 3617 

McLean av., from 43d to 44th avs., order " 3059 

Maynard av., from Central av. to 700 feet west, order " 1807 

Pensacola, Cull®m, Hutchins@n, Berteau, Belle Plaine and Cuyler avs., from 

Kimball to Spauldicg avs., order " 3365 

Sixty-sixth pi., from Halsted st. to alley west of Union av., communicatien 

submitting ©rd. repealing Passed 2172 

Southport av., from 31st to 27th sts., order Referred 2796 

Wisconsin av., from Lawrence av. north one-half block " 3137 

Widening — 

Van Buren st., from California to Kedzie avs., and to pave " 3300 

Miscellaneous — 

Act creating, ©pinion ®f Corporation Counsel as to Pub. & File 159 

Cost of street improvements, communication from Board in re. estimates 

Joint S. & A., N., W. & S. 183 

Elst®n av., order to omit from system of streets, etc Passed 226o 

Greenwood av., bet. Kidder ct. and Patzack pi., for ord. to straighten (Block 57, 

Cornell, Sections 35 and 26, T. 38, R. 14), order Referred 2877 



INDEX. LXXXIII 

BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS— Continued. 

Miscellaneous — Page 

Haisted st., from 34th to 39tli sis., communication from Board in re. sidewalk ord. 

(see page 1782) ! File 1773 

Opening- Ogden av., from Bryan pi. and West Randolph st. to / <^ „ . ^ „ -^r ,^.,q 

West Chicago av., and from Larrabee st. to LaSalle av., com--< X' „ . '',^' „ ,-.' ..on-r 
. . -, -, . |o. (X;A.,W.&;JN. loyl 

munication submitting ords. and estimates \ 

Ordinances for improvements, coih munication from Board in re. certain divisions of 

four groups, etc File 214 

Public park in Thirty-fourth Ward, for an ord. for acquiring land for, order. Referred 2877 

Seventy-sixth st., bet. Dobson av. and main track of I. C. R. R., for ord. to 

straighten, order Referred 2877 

Transfer of $9,098.03 from Water Fund to City Engineer's office, order (with com- 

municatien) Passed 1846 

Transfer of $2,104.03 to credit of court costs, etc., order " 2250 

Transferring $80 to credit Street Department expenses, etc., order " 2250 

r 14 

I 220 

Proceedings of Board File { 

^ I 431. 

11492 



BONDS. 

Miscellaneous — Page 
C. C. Ry. Co., under ord. of Dec, 11, 1899, for tracks on Archer av. to Hyman av. . File k57b6 

Chicago General Ry. Co., under ord. of March 5, 1900, paving 22d st., etc '^ 2851 

C. & N. W. Ry. Co., under ord. for switch across Elsten av " 2294 

C. & N. W. Ry. Co., under switch track ord. of Feb. 26, 1900, on N. Water st. . . " 2736 

Fairbank, N. K., Co., under ord. for-switch, of Jan. 29. 1900 " 2453 

Illinois Telephone and Telegraph Co., under ord. of Feb. 20, 1899 " 76 

Jackson, C. W., under ord. July 6th, 1899 " 1059 

McReynolds Elevator Co., under ord. of Dec. IS, 1899 '^ 2248 

Northwestern Elevated R. R. Co., under ords. of Jan. 8th and 15th, 1900 " 2248 

Story Electric C®., under ord. of Dec. 18, 1899 '- 2082 

Unity Power Co., under ord. July 6, 1899 '' 1059 

Western Electric Co., under ord. of July 6, 1899 " 2166 

Official— 

Ackerman, D. W., Deputy Comptroller Approved 428 

Barry, James, Harbormaster " 2734 

Blocki, Frederick, Deputy Commissioner Public Works " 1773 

Burke, Robert E., Inspector of Oils , "■ 182 

Brandecker, Frank X., Jr., City Collector " 886 

Bridge tenders at various bridges " 351 

Bridge tenders (7) " 430 

Bridge tenders, bonds of nine " 537 

Bridge tenders (3) '' 606 

Eidred, Fred E., Inspector Weights and Measures " 212 

Frost, Edward Allen, Deputy City Comptroller '* 2080 

Hagemann, Hubert T., Bridgetender " 1846 

Habormaster and Assistants and Vessel Dispatchers " 430 

Harbormaster, assistant, Wm. Krohn " 606 

Harbormaster, assistant, Wm. White " 1062 

Harrison, Carter H., Mayor " 7 

Kerfoot, William D., City Comptroller " 348 

Kipley, Joseph, General Superintendent Police "- 211 

Lamoureaux, Joseph, Harbormaster " 2410 



LXXXIV 



INDEX. 



BONDS. 

Official— 

Loeffler, Wm., City Clerk 

McAndrews, James, Commissioner of Buildings 

McGann, Lawrence E., Commissioner Public Works 

Moore, Daniel G., M. D., City Physician 

Murray, Patrick J., Inspector of Fish 

O'Brien, James, Inspector Gas Meters 

Ortseifen, Adam, City Treasurer 

Quinn, James A., City Sealer and Inspector of Weights and Measures. 

Reynolds, Arthur R., Commissioner of Health 

Ryan, Andrew J., City Attorney 

Schapp, Rudolph L., Bridgetender Wells Street Bridge 

Schlacks, Charles, Inspector of Boilers - - 

Schlacks, Peter P., Inspector of Boilers 

Sturm, Adolph, Deputy Commissioner Public Works 

Swenie, Denis, J., Fire Marshal 

Taylor, Howard S., Prosecuting Attorney 

Walker, Charles M., Corporation Counsel 



Page 

8 
348 
349 
212 

887 
887 

I 347 
1238 

428 
7 

2249 
887 

2534 
887 
212 
348 
211 



CITY COUNCIL. 



Meetings- 



Page 
1 



Regular, April 10, 1899 • 

Regular, April 24, 1899 

Regular, May 1, 1899 

Regular, May 8, 1899 

Regular, May 15, 1899 

Regular, May 22, 1899 

Regular, May 29, 1899 """ 

Regular, Juhe 12, 1899 

Regular, June 19, 1899 

Regular, June 26, 1899 

Regular, July 6, 1899 •' 

Special, July 13, 1899, 7:30 o'clock P. M 

Special, July 17, 1899, 11 o'clock A. M 

Regular, September 18, 1899 ^^^ 

Regular, September 25, 1899 ^^^^ 

Regular, October 5, 1899 • ^ 

Regular, October 16, 1899 |^^' 

Regular, October 23, 1899 ^^^^ 

Regular, October 30, 1899 

. Regular, November 6, 1899 

Regular, November 13, 1899 

Regular, November 20, 1890 

Regular, November 27, 1890 

Regular, December 4, 1899 

Regblar, December 11, 1899 ^^^^ 

Regular, December 18, 1899 

Regular, January 3, 1900 

Regular, January 8, 1900 

Regular, January 15, 1900 

Regular, January 22, 1900 



179 
207 
345 
427 
533 



687 

775 

873 

1047 

1049 

1055 



1433 
1483 
1541 
1617 
1707 
1765 
1829 



2025 
2079 
2161 
2239 



INDEX. 



LXXXV 



CITY COUNCIL-Contiaued. 
Meetings- 
Regular, January 29. 1900 

Regular, February 5, 1900. i 

Regular, February 19, 1900 

Kegular, February 26, 1900 

Regular, March 5, 1900 

Special, March 10, 1900, 8 o'clock P. M. (Aid. Griffith) 

Begular, March 12, 1900. . . .' 

Special, March 15, 1900 (in memoriam Robert Griffith) 

Regular, March 19, 1900 

Adjourned, March 22, 1900 

Adjourned, March 24, 1900 

Regular, March 26^ 1900 ' 

Regular, April 4, 1900 ' 

Minutes — 

Regular meeting, April 5, 1899 Approved 

Regular meeting, April 10, 1899 

Regular meeting, April 24, 1899 

Regular meeting. May f , 1899 

iRegular meeting. May 8, 1899 

Regular meeting. May 15, 1899 

Regular meeting. May 22, 1899 

Hegular meeting. May 29, 1899 Corrected and Approved 

Regular meeting, June 12, 1899 Approved 

Begular meeting, June 19, 1899 . 

Regular meeting, June 26, 1899 

Begular meeting, July 6th, 1899 

Special meeting, July 13th and 17th, 1899 

Regular meeting, September 18, 1899 

Regular meeting, September 25, 1899 

Regular meeting, October 5, 1899 

Regular meeting, October 16, 1899 

Regular meeting, October 23, 1899 (printed October 28th) 

Regular meeting, October 30, 1899 

Begular meeting, November 6, 1899 

Begular meeting, November 13, 189 /• 

Begular meeting, November 20. 1899 

Begular meeting, November 27, 1899 , 

Regular meeting, December 4, 1899 

Regular meeting, December 11, 1899 

Regular meeting, December 18, 1899 Corrected and Approved 

Regular meeting, January 3, 1900 Laid Over 

Regular meeting, January 3, 1900 Corrected and Approved 

Begular meeting, January 15, 1900 Corrected and Approved 

Begular meeting, January 22, 1900 Approved 

Begular meeting, January 29, 1900 Corrected and Approved 

Begular meeting, February 5, 1900 Approved 

Begular meeting, February 19th, 1900 Approved 

Begular meeting, February 26th, 1900 Corrected and Approved 

Begular meeting, March 5th, 1^00 Corrected and Approved 

Special meeting, March 10th, 1900, 8 P. M Approved 

Begular meeting, March 12th, 1900 " 

Special meeting, March 15th, 1900, 3 P. M " 

Begular meeting, March 19th, 1900 \ ^ . , ,. .-^^ , 

AT J :• -»;r . c^l^ . c. . .^^r. Cous idc ration|Postponed . . 

Adjourned meeting, March 22d and 24th, 1900 ' * 

Begular meeting, March 26th, 1900 



r Approved. 



Page 

2291 
2327 
2447 
2507 
2533 
2573 
2575 
2589 
2997 
2653 
2691 
2733 
2805 

1 

45 

179 

207 

345 

427 

533 

591 

687 

775 

873 

1055 

1055 

1181 

1271 

1307 

1351 

1433 

1483 

1541 

1617 

1707 

1765 

1829 

1925 

2025 

2079 

2161 

2339 

2291 

2327 

2447 

2507 

2533 

2575 

2597 

2597 

2597 

2733 
2805 



LXXXVI INDEX. 

CITY COUNCIL -Continued. 

Page 

Alwart, Aid., communication resigning seat as Alderman Accepted ^947 

Griffltb, Aid., memorial meeting • • • • • '.■■■'■■ ';.■ ' ' ';' ' '^7^9 

Helm Aid., made n.ember of Com. S. & A.. N.. in place of Ald.Walker, resigned. .Con. m /62 

Novak, Anton, qualifying as Alderman of 10th ward ■■■■]f''- 1^ j^ 

Novak Anton, Aid., assigning to committees in place of Aid. Zimmer, ^^^^^^^^^^22 2 

Pettibone vs. Alwart, orders for Com. on Elections to count ballots Elections 5bJ 

Pettibone, Amos, installed as member of Council from 20th ward • - .C^n. in 947 

Pettibone, Amos, Aid., assigning him as member of committees m place of A^ld.Al- ^^^ 

SlepTckV Frank,' e'x- Alderman' 8th ward, resolution on death of Adopted 1139 

Walker, Chas. M., resignation as Alderman of 24th ward and resol^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ 

Zimmer, iviichaei.' il'd.',' resignation of a's Aider'm'an of 10th ward Accepted 1055 

Aldermen elect, roll of and administration of oath of office _-_j^ ^^^ 

Base ball, challenge of Finance Committee to piay ^^^ ^^^^ 

Call for special meeting, stadium matter, July 13, 1899 ^^ ^^^^^ 

Call for special meeting of March 10, 1900 Finance 150 

Committee rooms on 4th floor, order to remodel - ^^^^ ^^^^ 

Council chamber, ord. restricting use of ^ p ssed ' 6 

Regular meeting, ord. fixing for April 24, 1899 ^ ^^ ^^^ 

Regular meeting, ord. fixing for June 12, 1899 ••••• ^^ ^^^^ 

Regular meeting, ord. fixing for October 5, 1899 , ^^^^ 

Regular meeting, ord. fixing for October 16, 1899 ^^ ^^^^ 

Regular meeting, ord. fixing for January 3. 1900 ^^ ^^^^ 

Regular meeting, ord. fixing for February 19, 1900 ^^ ^^^^ 

Regular meeting, ord. fixing for April 4, 1900 ^•^^- -^ ^^^^^ ^^^ 

Rules governing (Mayor) ■■■;■■; ^ ' t A=t dQQ 

Rules governing, Aid. Brennan's motion for Committee on Rules t® report. . . . Lost 499 

Rules, report of Committee on Rules on new set Kepor e ^^^ 

Rules, old rules substituted and adopted • V • 

Rule 1, order amending, providing for afternoon sessions Carried 6 

Sergeant-at-arras, election of John H. Dullard • • • • ^™ 

Standing Committees for 1899-1900, list submitted by Aid. Powers Not adopted 6 

Standing Committees for 1899-1900, list of Aid. Mavor Finance 657 

Summer vacation, ord. fixing r„rripd 144 

Unfinished business, that all be re-com., etc., motion ^^^^^^ 



CITY OFFICERS. 

Page 

^'\1poTfor'T899 (with list of personal injury claims for 1900) Pub. & File 2082 

City Clerk— -p^^ -^q^^ 

Call for special meeting, July 13, 1899 Tr-i^o;^-.q 

Call for special meeting, March 10, 1900 • 

League of American Municipalities, submitting communication with request^tor ^^^^ 
Chicago to become member of 

List of franchises containing compensation ^ 1 i7'".> 

City Collector— ^,^^. 

Communication in re. obtaining information from County Collector . .l^iie l^d4 

Saloons, number of, conducted without license, etc., report License 170y 



INDEX. LXXXVII 

CITY OFFICERS— Continued 

City Collector— ^^'"^^ 

Saloon, south side of 51st St., bet. Grand blvd. and Calumet av. (J®hn Emenck), 

protest against grantir^g license Referred 28.51 

Teams, report of amount of license collected, etc Fi^^ ^''^•'^ 

City Comptr@ller— 

Annual Report for 1900 ^'^^ ^848 

Appropriation Bill, estimates of departments for 1900 Pub. & Fin. 2329 

Audit Department, communication in response to Reso. (2465) in re. establishing.Fin. 2513 

Balances unexpended of appropriation for 1898, report, (see p. 1519) File 1556 

Bills for 1899 outstanding, communication to include sum in App. Bill for 1900 to 

cover, and also claim of R. F. Conway Fin. 2577 

Bonds, communication and ord. for issue of $618,000 to retire, etc Fin. 13 

Bonds (Tunnel 471 to 646, etc.), com. submittinar ord. to retire 1228,000 Passed 597 

Substitueord P^«s«d 698 

Bridge repairs, communication with communication from C. P. W. in re. 54 items 
unpaid etc., with communication in re. American Development Co. and Chicago 

^ Library Board Fin. 2449 

Chicago Consolidated Traction Co. (N. C. Elec. Ry. Co.), communication to Aid. 

Fowler in re. collection of compensation J^^*^- ^795 

City printing, communication with request for concurrence in award to Chicago 

Democrat Con. in. 14 

. Jud 2083 

City printing, award for 1900 to Chicago Democrat \ Reported, to Re-adv. 2528 

( Passed, to Re-adv 2570 

City real estate, ord. authorizina: sale©f that no longer necessary or required, etc. Fin, 1769 
City real estate occupied by L. S. & M. S. and C, R. I. & P. Ry., bet. Van Buren, 

16th and Clark sts. and Fifth av., report of Real Estate Agent File 2453 

Department of Electricity and Bureaus Water and Streets, communication recom- 

mending certain appropriation for ■^^"- -^^'^ 

Duffv Joseph J., communication and order in re. judgment vs. city for $146,832.72, 

order • Passed 2406 

Electric lighting in North Side wards to be paid for from funds received from street 

railways, report in response to order of May 29, page 557 File 692 

Engineer in D. P. W., communication recommending appointment of Fin. 2535 

Front St., at Lessing st., communicating concerning lease File 1936 

Monevs, etc., due city from corporations, etc., report per order, page 1298 

Pub. & File 1435 

a 1553 

Additional report 

Report as to street and sidewalk permits " ^^^^ 

Nichols, Johanna C. and City of Chicago, communication with copy of agreement 

between Fin. 2451 

» , Fin 1355 

Norw©od Park Pumping Station, resolution submitting bids for prop- J j^gpoi.ted. . . 1466 

erty adjoining, and acceptances ( Adopted. . . . 1611 

Receipts and expenditures for November, 1899, report of File 1843 

Street and sidewalk permits, list per order (page 1515) File 1629 

Tax levy ord Passed 46 

Warrants against tax levy for 1899, communication with ord. authorizing issue 

Qf * Passed 181 

,Fin 71 

Water certificates, ord. with communication for issuance ■< Reported.. 198 

(Passed.... 342 
World's Columbian Exposition, report as to bonds in response to resolution on 

page 387 File 428 



LXXXVm INDEX. 

CITY OFFICERS— Continued. 

City Physician— Page 

Report for May, 1899 Pile 603 

Repert endinp; Aug. 31, 1899 " io58 

City Treasurer, annual report for 1900 '' 284& 



CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. 

Lake st. between Ashland and Western avs., report of Commission in re. 

investigation of paving Published 2548 



COMMITTEE ON CITY HALL. 

Page 
Council chamber, ord. restricting use of Referred 1587 

Elevators, communication in re. safety device, order J ^ eried 430 

I Passed 1043 

Gas, resolution that no judgment be entered, etc., in favor P. G. L. & C. Co . . .Reported 307 

Hawley Down Draft Furnace, orders to install in City Hall Referred 490 

Mayor's portrait in City Hall elevators, order for File 309 

St. Patrick's Day, ord. to close all departments Referred 2547 



COMMITTEE ON ELECTIONS. 
Aldermanic Contests — ' Page 

Board Election Commissioners to produce ballots, order Passed 194 

Order instructing Committee on Elections as to procedure in counting 

ballots Referred 654 

Report of committee on progress Def . and Pub 676 

Barry vs." Helm, statement of points Referred 76 

Bill of particulars '' 349 

Order in re. counting ballots jrjle 1177 

Entire matter u ]^i[77 

Gibbons vs. Peterson, notice of contest Referred 35 

Statement of points >' 75 

Entire matter Pile 1177 

Darrow vs. Neagle, in matter of contest '* 400 

Jesse vs. Badenoch, in matter of contest " 400 

Leachman vs. Butler, in matter of contest " 400 

Novak vs. Zimmer, statement of points Referred 76 

Novak vs. Zimmer, report in favor of Novak Adopted 1055 

Pettibone vs.- Alwart, statement of points. . Referred 76 

Referred .... 562 

File 1177 

Pettibone vs. Alwart, report in favor of Pettibone (resolution) ! . Adopted 947 

Straus vs. Bos, statement of points Referred 76 

Straus vs. Bos, answer of John N. Bos '' 182 

Striius vs. Bos, statement of points by Straus " 600 

Straus vs. Bos, entire matter Pile 1177 

Winter vs. Smulski, in matter of contest ■' 400 



Pettibone vs. Alwart, order for committee to count ballots . •< ^ 

j Fil 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE. 

Claims, Persona) Injury— Page 

Annual report of City Attorney for 1900 on personal injury claims Pub. and File 2082 

Abrahams, Jenetta Referred 2535 



INDEX. 



LXXXIX 



B-yrne, Jas. A. 
Cardigan, Tim. 



Clines, John 

Contreal, Maggie. . , 
Criramins, Bridget. 
Cudahy, Julia 



Downs, Mrs. Margaret. 



Eads, B. Brindley 

Eastman, Mrs. Frederick. 

Egan, Mrs. Patricia , 

Eiserer, Catherine 

Evans, Edward , 

Evans, Edwin 



Fitzgerald, Austin. 
Fleming, James. .. 



Freom, Margaret A. 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Page 

Referred 1516 

1304 
1863 
1863 

' 1785 

1351 
Referred.... 1585 

Passed 2228 

....Referred 2548 
Reported,... 37 

Re-com 172 

Passed 859 

/Reported... 37 

•) Re-Cora 172 

( Passed 770 

Referred 1594 

j Referred.... 1331 
(Passed 1614 

Cahili, Robert ''' y^'^^^^^ttl 

Cawthorne, Frances I Y ' ' '^^^^''^^ ^fZ 

'Referred.... 820 

Passed 1704 

....Referred 1295 
j Reported ... 37 

jRe-Com 172 

Passed 1610 

Reported... 41 
175 



Claims, Personal Injury— 

Axelson, Anna 

Baker, Josephine 

Blair, Alexander 

Blair, Louis 

Boiler, Joseph 

Bourbeau, Frank A 

Briskie, Mrs. Sophia... 

Brown, Dr. William M 

Buehler, Minnie 



Burns, Mrs. Martha. 



Dahm, Delia ] Re-Com 

( Passed 1479 

859 

37 

Doebler, Henry -j Re-Com 172 

' Passed 



Dodson, Daniel • P^^^^^ 

I Reported . . . 



770 

537 

2022 



j Referred 

■ I Passed . . 

, Referred 1804 

'V/ " 2616 

[\ ,,.,........... " 662 

''..'... " 3106 

[,[[],,... '^ 1355 

\^,^^\\\\\.\^.,,...... " 2294 

j Referred.... 559 

( Passed 1612 

Referred 2294 

/Reported... 37 
-j Re-c©m 172 

' Passed 770 

/Reported... 37 
} Re-com 172 

i Passed 859 

Furlong, Margaret Referred 2850 

/ Reported ... 37 

Gilmore, Bertha -• -^Re-com 172 

' Passed 770 



Frost, Mrs. Charlotte. 



XC INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Claims, Personal Injurj' — Pag-e 

Goranson, Christine Referred 1326 

Grinlii, Rudolph Referred 658 

Handiey, Patrick Passed 1614 

Harritjs Edward Referred 491 

Healy , Michael Referred 779 

Hentsehel, Henry '' 2552 

Hertzel, Cora B " 2433 

I Reported ... 37 
Higgins, Geo. H < Re-Coni 172 

' Passed 859 

„. . ,^ ^ „ .Referred... 1141 

Higgins, Mrs. J 



Passed 1612 

Reported... 37 

Hudson, Geo, W { Re-Com .... 172 

Passed 859 

Reported... 37 

Hughes, Wm. P { Re-Com 172 

Passed 770 

Humphrey, John Referred 1514 

Jensen, Wm " 2436 

Johnson Oscar " 1295 

{Reported ... 37 
Re-Com 172 
Passed 770 

Jones, Thos. W Referred 147 

{Reported 87 
Re-Com 172 
Passed 859 

r Reported... 37 

Kearns, Thos. G •] Re-Com .... 172 

( Passed 859 

Keefe, John Referred 1684 

Klein, Herman Passed 770 

Knopf, Mrs. Johanna Referred 2299 

Koenigsberg, Sarah " 816 

(Referred.... 1143 

Kondriersifi, Max ■< 

I Passed 2234 

Laing, Ge®. H Passed 1037 

/Reported... 37 

Lebrecht, Mamie < Re-Com 172 

^Passed 859 

Leeman, Nellie Referred 1299 

Leopold, John Referred 2106 

I Reported. . . 41 

Ley, Helen < Re-Com 175 

' Passed 860 

/ Reported, .. 37 

Lewis, Mrs. Annie -J Re-Com 17^ 

'passed 859 

Lyons, Patrick Referred 2616 

( Referred.... 1372 
McCaffery, Mrs. Mary j p^^^^^ ^^^^ 

McCullom, Elenora Referred 1965 



INDEX. XCI 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE- -Continued. 

Claims, Personal Injury— rage 

J Referred.... 1463 
McGlinn, Anna ': j Passed 2443 

(Referred.... 3S6 
McHugh, Patrick J "j Passed 2228 

McTighe, James Passed 2648 

Marks, John N " ^^^^ 

Meger, Mathew Referred 1329 

i Reported ... 37 

Monkowski, Joe \ Re-Com .... 172 

(Passed 859 

Monstery, Col. Thomas Referred 1799 

/Reported... 37 

Morosz, Anton \ Re-Com .... 172 

( Passed 770 

Mullen, D. H Referred 2622 

^ i Reported ... 37 

Murphy, Patrick -X Re-Com .... 172 

(passed 859 

Neazor, James. Referred 1870 

Nilles, John " 1463 

i Reported ... 37 

Nolan, M.J ] Re-Com .... 172 

( Passed 770 

( Re-Com 175 

O'Shea, Mrs. Mary \y^^^^^ 770 

^ Referred... 1146 
Palt, Simon -^ ,, ^5g5 

/Reported... 37 
Pascewitz, Stanislaus \ Re-Com .... 172 

(Passed 770 

Peters, Carl Referred 2438 

Powers, John " 1299 

Proesel, Mrs. John B " 2521 

Pyser Katie " 2619 

( Referred.... 1372 
Ray, Mrs. Maggie Xv^^^^d. 2228 

Roberts, Richard ,, Referred 76 

( Reported. . , 37 
' • • • ' Re-Com 172 



Rourke, Martin 



Rork, Martin Passed 1037 

Rosenthal, Minnie Referred 1845 

Ryan, Agnes " 2793 

Ryan, Thomas '' 2520 

Schneider, Martha E " 490 

Shanley, Mary .*. " 190 

Sher, Dr. I Passed 860 

Sh@rt]y, John J * Referred 1251 

Simpson, Mrs. Rose '•" 662 

Smith, Bridget " 1749 

Spies, Annie " 1140 

Stevens, Flora B " 1737 

Sundberg, Johanna " 1458 

Thulis, Michael : " 1378 



XCII INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Claims, Personal Injury — Page 

Thurnell, Mrs. Josephine Referred 137 

Veith, Ellen " 384 

Wallace, Helen " 3620 

Referred 76 
Walsh, Kate 



Passed 860 

Walsh, Kate, rescinding order of June, 26, 1899 Passed 1612 

/Reported... 37 
Weaver, James \ Re-Com .... 172 

'passed 770 

Whittle, Margaret Referred 2474 

Zacharias, August " ""^ 

Claims, Special Assessment Rebates — 

Adams, Adele F Referred 1299 

Alexander, A. M " 1864 

Alloway, John " ^453 

: i Referred. ... 190 
Anderson, Mary E "I Passed 586 

i Referred 559 

American Express Co ) Passed. .!.. . 1036 

Arnold, G. L - • • • • Referred 2736 

Atwood, Dr. E. S Passed 171 

Atzel, H Referred 1256 

Axtell, F. F " ^1* 

i Referred.... 1325 
Babb, Florence j Passed 1761 

Babcock, Samuel D Passed 1036 

Bachard,A Referred 1137 

Bacharach, A Passed 1761 

Bailey, Frank... Referred 1298 

j Referred ... 132 
Baird & Bradley j Passed .. . . 586 

Baker, Jas. E Referred 1462 

(Reported... 155 
Ballard, O. W "j ^^^^^^ 204 

(Referred... 192 
Ballard, O.W , "j Passed 586 

J Referred ... 192 
Banga, Henry ] Passed- 586 

Barehard, F Passed 2314 

Barker, Mrs. C. E Referred 1463 

j Referred.... 1462 
Barker, S. B., & Co (Passed 2227 

Barnes & Parrish .* Passed 2444 

Bay, Frank Referred 2796 

Becker, N f " ^^^"^ 

Birch, Hugh T " ^^^^ 

Black, M. L., by J. K. Lane " ^^^ 

Blair, Frank M Parsed 1761 

( Referred.... 1174 
Blair, H. A 1 Passed 1761 

Board ©f Trade ■P'^^sed 425 



INDEX 



XCIII 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE -Continued. 



Claims, Special Assessment Rebates- 
Booth, H. L 

Bopp, Charles ''. 

Boyer, A 

Boyes, W. H. & Co 



Brennan, Thomas 

Brighton M. E. Church, 
Britt, B 



. . .Passed 
, Referred 
. ..Passed 
.Referred 
Referred 
Passed. . 

File 2479 

....Referred 2880 
Referred . . . 1374 



Page 

1G7 

820 

167 

2736 

1462 

2226 



Brossman, J. . . . 
Brown, Sara, Jr. 
Bryan, Samuel . 



Bryant, H. B. 



Burch, C. S. 



Burke, James H, 



Burns C. 



jrafe&eu xiuj. 

....Referred 2453 


Referred . 


. 1172 


Passed.... 


. 2648 


Referred. . 


. 1140 


Passed. . . . 


1761 


Referred. . 


. 804 


Passed. . . . 


. 1761 


Referred." 


. 1059 


Passed. . . . 


. 1761 


Referred. . 


. 1330 


Passed. . . . 


. 1761 



Busch, Mrs. Paulina Referred 804 

Bushee, Braton '' 1^^^ 

Butler, Hubert W " 9^6 

Butler, W. P • Passed 1761 

Calumet Foundry Co Referred 804 

i Referred. . . . 388 
Calumet National Bank 



\ Passed 683 

Campbell, John and Bridget Referred 2620 

Canfield, E. L : " 1^04 

Came & Co®rabs Passed 1344 

( Referred — 657 
Catholic Bishop of Chicago 1 Passed 1039 

Chambers, A. F Referred 933 

/File 1527 

Chambers. Alice F \ Re-Com. . . . 1972 

(File 2271 

( Referred.... 1140 

Chandler, F.R \v^^^^^ 1761 

Chandler & Co Referred 804 

(Referred.... 192 

^ \ Passed 586 

( Referred 656 

\ Passed 1039 

(Referred... 145^ 

( Passed 2226 

Cohen, Rose, Referred 1869 

Coleman, Mrs. N " 1140 

Collier, H. H '' 2458 

Cellins, P. E '' 1324 



Chicago Slate & Mantle Co. 



Claflin, Isaac & Co. 



Cody, A. B, 



XCIV INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Claims, Special Assessment Rebates — Page 

Collins & Ewing Passed 1039 

Condon, E. A " 171 

o A T, , c, r. (Referred.... 804 

Cong-don Brake Shoe Con.pany •< ^ , ,^„, 

I Passed 1761 

Congdon, L. H Passed 171 

Connell, John " 2444 

Cook, G Referred 1150 

^ . ^ , Referred ... 886 

CormacK, Joseph { ^ ^ _^,, 

Passed 1761 



^ . ,,. Referred... 349 

Corrigan. Michael ■< " , ^,„ 

j Passed 683 

Crane Bros. Manufacturing Company Referred 279 

Cremens, M Referred 1141 

^ . ^ . „ ., 1 Referred . . . 1140 

Cummings, E. A. & Co •{ „ , ,^^, 

I Passed 1761 

^ ^ Referred . . . 2182 

Curtis, Lester { ^ , ^,,, 

(Passed 2444 

I Referred ... 933 ^ 
Curtis, Mrs. S. B ] File 1 527 ' 

( Re-com 1972 

Daab, Barbara , ..Referred 1710 

D'Ancona, F. & A Passed 167 

Danforth, Anna Passed 171 

Danyek, Frank Referred 2623 

(Referred.... 1140 

Darche. Geo. C < ^ , ^^^„ 

I Passed 2226 

Dawson, John B Passed 167 

(Referred.... 1592 

Dewes Brewing Co < ^ , „^^», 

I Passed 222 r 

^ „^ ( Referred.... 559 

DeWolf, W. L ]^ , , „„. 

I Passed 1036 

Dickinson, S. F Referred 2298 

Donek, F Referred 1378 

Downey, J Passed 171 

Draffkon, Frank Passed 425 

(Referred.... 1140 

Drake, W, H {^ , ,„.. 

' I Passed 1751 

(Referred. .. 490 

Dunning, Frank •< „ , ^„ 

I Passed (Qs 

Durand, Clarence Referred 1459 

Dvorak, J Passed 167 

Referred. . . . 659 
Eagle Loan and Homestead S-o j -, non 

Passed 1039 

Referred.... 1140 

Earnshaw, E { -^ , ,^«i 

Passed 1761 

Earnshaw, E Referred 1967 

( Referred. ... 131 

^^'^"^^""^•^ ] Passed 586 

Eggleston, B Passed 1036 



INDEX. XCV 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE-Continued. 

Claims, Special Assessment Rebates — Pa2"e 

' f Referred . . . 559 

I '' 1518 

Eggleston,D j Reported... 1975 

[passed 2227 

Eggleston, Mallette & Brown Referred 1518 

Eiszner, Joseph Passed 2227 

1 Referred.... 2302 

Eunis, R. B ]^ ^ „„.„ 

' ( Passed 2648 

Eyerhart, J. S Referred 2453 

Farr, M. A Passed 171 

f Referred.... 933 

I File 1527 

Farwell,AvaW ^ Re-Com . . . . 1972 

^File 2271 

( Referred 279^ 

Farwell, J. V. and C. B \^ . _^_ 

' / < Passed 683 



Fay, J. Edwards Referred 

Featherstone, Ruth A , 

Fellows, Oliyer ... 



1340 

1761 

Referred.... 182 

Passed 586 

Referred.. . . 132 

Passed 586 

Fernald, J. W Passed 171 

_ ^ „ (Referred.... 132. 

^"'^•'='^^^-H jpassed 586 

Fisk, D. B., & Co Passed 425 

t:,. , T^ x> P r. i deferred. . . . 656 

Fifth Ward Building and Loan Association Passed 2314 

Finnegan, T. P Referred 2262 

Fisher, S. M '^ 1140 

Fitzsimmons, Jas " 2736 

Referred 150 

Forty-first Street Presbyterian Church -/ _ , ' " ' " ^ ,„ 

' Passed 586 

r. 1 T^ ^^■ ^tm, .Referred.... 132 

Fowler Rolling Mill •. ^ _ 

^ Passed 586 

^ , ,, .Referred.... 657 

Frank, Monroe •< _ 

' ^ Passed 1039 

French, C. G .Passed 171 

^ ^ ^ (Referred.... 804 

French, C. G ■( 

] Passed 1761 

^ , Referred.... 192 

Gage, Seth { 

j Passed 586 

Gary, John R Referred 128 

Gates, C. L Referred 2182 

,, ,, „ , (Referred.... 151 

Gaulter, Frank ; ^ 

(Passed 586 

Gayton, W. C Passed 171 

Garner, N p. Referred 1 141 

Gessler J (Referred.... 146 

VjrcsoicI , tl •< 

/Passed 586 



XCVI 



INDEX. 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 



-Claims, Special Assessment Rebates- 



Glos, Henry 



Glos, Jacob 



j^ Referred 



Goldstein, Sallie. 



Goldstein, Sarah. 



Gorton, C. H 



Gorton, E. F 

Gothery. Golden. 
Oraefen, Ed.. . . 

Grannis,W.C. D 



Gray, John A. 
Green, F. W . . 



Grunders, Frank 



Guerin, Dr. John. . 

Haase, E. R 

Haase, E. R., & Co. 
HafEman, Martha . . 



Haberbosch, M, 



Hale, F. A 

Haley, John 

Hall, Pelep: . . . . 
Halleck, F. J.., 
Hamilton, D. G, 



Hannah, John. . . 
Haunigan, John. 
Hansen, Anna L. 



Hanson, C. C. . 
Harrison, N. B. 
Hart Bros 



Hartman, Leon 



Heidorn. Mary, 
Herbert, J. H. 



Herrick & Buckingrhara. 



Page 
(1799 
I 2466 
Referred.... 1845 
Passed 2650 



Gloss, Adams Referred 2453 

( Referred 



490 

768 

388 

683 

933 

1527 

1972 

2271 

167 



( Passed 

( Referred — 

( Passed 

f Referred 

I File 

) Re-Com , . . .- 

[File 

Passed 

Referred 2432 

Referred 2514 

( Referred.... 1140 

(Passed 1761 

Passed 586 

Referred 1458 

J Referred.... 133 

( Passed 586 

. ... Referred 132 

. Referred 713 

Passed 1344 

Passed 171 

Referred . . . 656 

Passed 1039 

....Referred 2736 
1141 
1140 

Passed 174 

....Referred 2453 
Referred ... 804 

Passed 1761 

....Referred 1329 
Referred ... 190 

Passed 586 

Passed 167 

Referred 1141 

1735 
559 
1036 
132 
171 
656 
1039 
559 
171 



Referred . . . 
Passed . . . , 

Referred 

Passed 

Referred 

Passed.- 

. . . .Referred 



Herring & Co • • 

Hibbard, Porter & Bro Passed 

Hickey,Mrs. John Referred 1296 

Hodgden, Hiram " ^^*^, 



INDEX. XCVII 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

■Claims, Special Assessment Rebates— Page 

j Referred . . . 653 
Holdom, Jesse ^ j^^ssed 1039 

Horner, N. J Referred 2558 

Howard, A. H Passed 1036 

Howard, H. A Referred 554 

'Howard, Walter R " 1967 

Hubbard, D. J " 2453 

( Referred ... 659 
Hubbard, G.S j p^^^^^ ^^3^ 

( Referred ... 965 

Hurd, John ^ _, , __, 

I Passed 1761 

Hutchinson, John Referred 1804 

Hutchinson & Fairchild Referred 714 

(Referred.... 132 

Jacobs, B. F {^ 

I Passea 586 

^ . „ _ ^ * Referred.... 667 

Jacobs, B. F ■{ ^ 

\ Passed 2443 

Jedlick, J. F Passed 1039 

^ , ^ ^ (Referred.... 1462 

Jocelyn, F. C { ^^ 

^ ' (Passed 2227 

/Referred.... 490 

Johnson, E. H -J Referred.. . . 559 

' Passed 1036 

(Referred.... 656 

Johnson, Mary or Margaret < 

(Passed 1039 

Johnson, W. H Passed 171 

Jones. John H '. Passed 171 

Kadish, L. J., (2) Referred 132 

Kallen, Gust Passed 683 

Kajer, John Referred 2617 

Keeney, J. F " 1141 

Keeney, J. M " 191 

Kerfoot, W. D., &Co., (46) Passed 1343 

Killian, Justus Passed 167 

-^., , (Referred.... 1374 

Kilmer, ' hauncey •< 

( Passed 1761 

Klee, Abe Referred 1967 

Koenig, Aug Referred 713 

. -r (Referred.... 490 

Koenig, J -{_ 

( Passed 768 

Kollen, Gust .' Referred 379 

Krimbill, A Passed 425 

Lackner & Butz (2) " 171 

Lafayette Hotel Referred 1462 

r , -r, • - ( Referred 2b9 

r^ake, Daniei ■ ■< 

( Passed 683 

T T T3 ( Referred.... 804 

Lane, James R { _ 

I Passed 2226 

Lane, James R. (for M. L. Black) Referred 804 

-r „ ( Referred.... 1462 

Lange, C { 

I Passed 2227 

Lange, Felix Referred 559 



XCVIII INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Claims, Special Assessment Rebates— Pa.ge 

j Referred . . . 1140' 
Lange, Paul W (Passed 1761 



Law, Robert. 



.Passed 171 



Lawler,W. J P^^^^^ ^^^ 

LawsonBros Referred 2453 

1 Referred.... 151 
Leaman, G. A ] Passed 586 



Referred . . . 1140 



Leddy, Peter 1 passed 1761 

Lennartz, Geo. H Referred 2792^ 

Libby,A. A ^^''^^ 1^^ 

Lobdell, Farwell & Co Passed 171 

Loeb and Gatzert heferredl964 

j Referred . . . 1462 
Loehr, .1. P • • • ] Passed 2227 

^ Referred ... 132 
LoJ^d, J. F 1 Passed 586 

Low,S. A R^f^^^^d 378 

Luther, Herman Referred 804 

(Referred.... 1521 
McBride, Mrs. L. G j p^g^^^^ ^226 

j Referred.... 1324 
McCabe, F j passed 1761 

(Referred.... 2182 
McCaul, P j Passed 2444 

McCauley, James Passed 425 

McCrea, W. S Referred 1804 

McDonald, M. C Passed 171 

McEwen, E. L " ^^^ 

McEwen, W. M '' ^'^^ 

1, Referred 656 

McLaughlin, W.F ] p^^g^^ ^039 

(^ Referred..,. 1140 
McNichols, T ^ ) p^ggg^ 2314 

j, Referred.... 1296 
McV0y,John (Passed 1761 

Magnuson , J Pi^^ ^^^ 

Maher, A. J Passed 171 

Mangan, Mrs. M - " 2314 

I Referred — 656 
Manson, J. A ( Passed 1039 

Marcy, W. W Passed 2227 

Marik, Herbert " ^^'^ 

Martin, Fred " ^'^^ 

Masterson, James Referred 2736 

Mayer, C. W Passed 1036 

Mayer, O.W Referred 559 

Mayer,S Passed 167 

Meacham & Wright " 1^1 

Meagher, Kate Referred 1462, 



INDEX. XCIX 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Claims, Special Assessment Rebates — Page 

^ ( Referred.... 1140 



Melvin. J. M. 



I Passed 1761 

Merigold, Emma L Referred 1 804 

Metzg-er, Wm • • 2474 

I Referred.... 1710 

Michaels, M -' , _„ 

( Passea 2233 



Micnalson, C. W -j 



( Referred 886 

Passed 2226 

Miller, Henry Referred 1148 

i Referred.... 658 

Miller. John J ■' , _^^ 

' Passed 1039 

( Referred.... 1462 

™'^-^-J Ipassed 2327 

Moeller, John Referred 1329 

M©re, George C File 291 

t" (Referred.... 490 

Morgan, Gilbert ,. \ 

\ Passed 768 

Morgan, T. H., Treasurer .Referred 2453 

Munson, Francis A Passed 171 

,. ^ .X. ( Referred ... 804 

Munson, F. W ■< _ ^ _^^ 

j Passed 1761 

Murphy, F.J Referred 1331 

Murphy, F. T Passed 171 

Nash & Trego Passed 171 

XX , , . , , i Referred ... 1140 

Nathan. Adolph { 

' I Passed 1761 

AT 1 T w ' i Referred . . . 383 

Neagle, J. W A 

(Passed 683 

Neeley, Relen S Referred 804 

Neeson, John Referred 950 

^^ ,,. ^ i Referred ... 192 

Nellis, J 4 

\ Passed 586 

Nelson, John Referred 388 

Nelson, Julia. Passed 683 

Nichols, George Referred 2472 

Nicholson, Edward Passed 586 

^^ ^^ (Referred.... 656 

Nixon, W. K - 

\ Passed 1039 

^^ ^ ^ . ^ (Referred.... 279 

Nonast, Louis P -^ 

< Passed 683 

,^ ^ . , (Referred 1374 

Noonan, Mrs. Daniel \ 

i File 1527 

fRef erred.... 933 

I File 1527 

Norton, Horace H -<^ t> ^ ^ „.,,-, 

I Re-Com 19(2 

tFile 2271 

O'Connell, M Passed 171 

O'Keete, B . Passed 425 

O'Keefe, R Referred 1735 

O'Keele, Mrs. R •' 380 

O'Toole, John Passed 171 



INDEX. 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 



Claims, Special Assessment Rebates- 
Oliver, M. B 

Packard, J. A 

Payne, Rev. C. H 



Peabody, F. B 



Peabody, Hough teling & Co. 



Pearson & Taft, 2.. ...... 

Pencoffe, M.... 

Piephs, George 

P., Ft. W. &C. R. R. Co. 

Pond, Thomas 

Porter, Robert 

Quinn, John 

Rae, Robert 

Ramige, Fred 



Rasmusseu, C. F. 
Raymer & Gunn . 
Rice, C. F 



Riley, P 

Rodman, Martha A , 

Rogers, B. G 

Root, Henry 



Rosenberg, M . 
Rosenheim, M. 
Rowan, P. J. . 
Ruff. N. T 



Rust, S. S. 



Ryan, Mrs. Helen. 

Ryan, Michael 

Salinger, S 

Sargent (The) Co. 
Savory, Ira 



Schneider, P. 



Schroeder, Theo. 
bchwahn, D. H.. 
Sears, M. E 



Referred 

Passed 

. . . .Referred 

Referred 

Passed 

Referred — 
Passed 



279 
171 
132 
1140 
1761 
1140 
1761 



j Referred.. . . 1966 

(Passed 2320 

. .... Passed 425 

Referred 820 

Passed 

; Referred 

i Passed 

Passed 

( Referred 

( Passed. 
... .Preferred 

( Referred 

( Passed 

( Referred — 

1 Passed 

Passed 

j Referred.. . . 

( Passed 

( Referred 

(Passed 683 

j Referred.... 1824 

( Passed 1761 

Passed 2226 

Referred 656 



171 

656 

1039 

171 

822 

1761 

132 

1140 

1761 

1298 

1761 

425 

132 

586 

279 



\ 

1 Passed 1039 

Passed 167 

" 2233 

" 2227 

" 171 

132 
559 
586 
171 
167 
388 
804 
1743 
132 
586 
656 
1039 



Referred 

Referred 

Passed 

Passed 

Passed 

. . . .Referred 



( Referred 
t Passed.. 
( Referred 
1 Passed. . 

Referred 1141 

( Referred.... 936 
'( Passed 1761 



INDEX. • CI 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Coatinued. 

Claims, Special Assessment Rebates — Page 

Sherman, F. M Passed lOT 

Siiipley, J. P / Passed ITl 

Shortall, John G Referred 1295 

Shults, Jefferson " 2434 

Silva, C. F. and F. P , " 2736 

i Referred 279 

Simons, Marshall - 

I Passed 683 

_ , ,^ ^ ~ ( Referred.... 1142 

Smith, A. K. and M. D \^ 

i Passed 1761 

Smith, H. P Referred 1141 

Smith & Gaenslen Passed 167 

Sommers, Jacob Referred 1750 

Spearby, C. V " 656 

Spofford, G. W '• 2453 

Spratt, John '' 2465 

i Referred . . 132 

St. Stanislaus Catholic Church ■< ^ 

^ j Passed 586 

Stanley, P. E Passed 171 

i Referred . . . 2182 

Stanley, P. E {^ , 

I Passed 2444 

Stearns, M. C, Jr Referred 2453 

Stedson, J. C Passed 586 

Stedman, John Referred 537 

I Referred ... 656 

Sternfeld, Josephine •< _, 

I Passed 1039 

Struthers, W. T. Passed 171 

( 1 32 
Suddard, T J Referred 

c. .,. ^T -o i Referred ... 1462 

Sullivan. Mrs. B , ] ^ ^ ^^^^ 

I Passed 2226 

Sweet, John J Passed 167 

1 Referred . . . 2266 
Taylor, C.F •. ' \^ 

-^ ' I Passed 2645 

Thackaberry, M. L Passed 167 

/ Referred ... 804 

Tillottson, E.N , < Passed 1761 

( Passed 2226 

Thomas, W. H Referred 1462 

Turner, W. J , Passed 2650 

Upham, Mrs. E. F Referred 1140 

Vail, G. W Passed 171 

Van der Kanmer, H Referred 2474 

AT Q V, 1 r^ V (Referred.... 1462 

Van Schaack, Cornelius i ^ 

(Referred.... 2227 

^ Referred.... 490 
^og^^^C.G |p^^^^^ .^g 

Vogel, John Referred 132 

Waite, H. F Referred 2736 

( Referred — 287 
Walsh, Thomas -^ p^^^^^ ^^3 

Warrant No. 11748 ...Passed 171 

Warrant No. 23664 Referred 147 



CII 



INDEX. 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE- Continued. 



Claims, Special Assessment Rebates— Fage 

Washburn, H P^^^^^ 425 

Weed, Sat-ah M.... Referred 138 

Weio:ley, Buckley & Gray Passed 171 

j Referred ... 558 
Weindt, Joseph j p^gsed 1036 

Wentworth, Wra. M Referred 2453 

Wetherel], J.N Passed-^ ^^^^ 

Wheeler, ^A illiam Passed 171 

Whipple, G. C ..Referred 2736 

(Referred.... 1142 
Wilkie, A j p^^e 1527 

j Referred ... 147 
Willard, Henry -j Passed 586 

W illiams, David Passed 1039 

Williamson, R. B Referred 2434 

Wilson, David Passed 768 

Wilson, Henry " ^'^^ 

\ Referred.... 1964 
Wisner, Frank J 1 Passed 2320 

Same claim reported (as corrected) 2881 

Wolf,Moritz Referred 1330 

(Referred — 559 
Workman, J. H •••••] pegged 1036 

World's Columbian Exposition Referred 1462 

Wyman, E. C '^ ^^^^ 

Wyman, E. D Passed 1761 

Wynn & Co., Edw " ^3^4 

Y. M. C. A., Warrant No. 15992 " I'^l 

Claims, Water Tax Decreases and Rebates— 

(Referred.... 283 
Aberdeen st. No. 272 \ passed 1345 

i Referred.... 2128 
Aberdeen St., No. 5150 ] -p.^^ 2442 

/File 155 

Agar Bros \ Re-Com 1684 

( File 1908 

( Referred.... 2182 

Ahrens, Wm | -p.^^ 2442 

Allen , Ira W Passed 769 

(Referred.... 943 
Archer av., No. 2010 ' ] Passed 1481 

( Referred.... 488 
Archer av.,Nos. 2715 and 2719 1 Passed 1038 

Arlington st.. rear, Nos. 92 and 102. Passed 203 

Armitage av.. No. 382. Referred 1251 

" 2620 



Artesian ay. , No. 77 

{ Referred . . . 554 
Ashland Av., No. 5858 "j Passed 1344 

Atchison, R Referred 2616 



INDEX. cm 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Claims, Water Tax Decreases and Rebates— Page 

' j Referred . . . 21T9 
Bach&Sons,Wm j p^^^^^ ^^.^^ 

Bach & Son Referred 2556 

Baker, H. D Passed 767 

Barber, Wm ., Pile 155 

Barr, Albert E Re-Com. 2433 

Bender, M Passed 1266 

j Passed 2022 

Bennett, John ] Re-Com 2433 

Bennett, John J Referred 1461 

Bermudez Asphalt Paving Company. Passed 168 

Beugger, Julius Passed 173 

(Referred.... 1590 
BirkBros. Brewing Company j p^gg^^ j^ggl 

Bordwell, A. F Passed 585 

Brand, E. L /. Passed 1345 

Brock, A. A Referred 2617 

Bromley, M. A. and W. M Passed 168 

( Referred.... 1863 
Brown, Edward j p^^^^^ 2^3^ 

Bruder, M Referred 658 

Carbine, Thomas Referred 2878 

• . ( Referred.... 2062 

Carroll av., No. 671 \y\\q 2271 

Cashman, Rev. T. F Passed 1344 

Catherwood, Mrs File 42 

(Referred.... 971 
Catherwood, Clara \v^^^^^ 1481 

Caverly, J. R File 291 

Centre av.. No. 722 File 155 

Centre av., No. 724 ..Referred 2623 

Center st.. No. 6134 Referred 2877 

C. & W. I. R. R. Co File 978 

( Referred — 556 

Clark, Edwin M \ ^ , ^ ^cc 

' ( Passed 1266 

Clark St. , No. 3084, North.. File 1981 

Clinnin, J. G Referred 2125 

Collins, CD Passed 173 

Colorado av.. No. 424 Referred 2472 

( Referred . . . 1459 

Conlin, Thomas -, „ , ^^^^ 

' ( Passed 1921 

( Referred . . . 147 



Coolahan, Wm 



( Passed 1344 

Cook, G Passed 1702 

Counselman, Chas Referred 1863 

Custom House pi., Nos. 137-9 Passed 16S 

Daube, J. L Passed 168 

De Breuil, E. (See Dubreuil). 

Degnan , John Referred 2055 

( Referred 147 

Deke, H. B \^ . ... 

( Passed I)b4 



CIV INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Claims, Water Tax Decreases and Rebates— Page 

f Referred. .. . 559 

I Pile 155 

Desplaines st. , N®. 156-160, South ^ o^g 

[pile 2271 

De Stafano, Emanuela File 155 

De Stefano, Mrs. E Referred 276 

De Stefano, E File 827 

( Referred. ... 195 

^^^^^^'^•^ (Passed 684 

Division st.. No. 117 Referred 2299 

Donohue, F. R Passed 169 

f Referred.... 1812 
Dooling, Nellie , 1 Passed.. ... . 2324 

Doyden, H. W Passed 168 

/Referred.... 560 

Dubreuil, E ] File 978 

i Re-Com .... 1974 
( Referred 666 

Eia-hty-ninth st., Nos. 3235-7 ] p^^^^^ ^^4^4^ 

Eiszner, John Referred 1591 



Elandt, Adolph 



Referred.... 661 



• ( Passed 1266 

Elk Grove av., No. 708 Referred 1967 

( Referred.... 1972 
Emerald av., Nos. 7836-44 j -p,., 2442 

Ephraim, M. H Referred 2302 

Equitable Savings Association Passed 203 

Erg-strand, Lothgren & Co , Referred 1252 

Ericlcson, M Referred 1686 

Erickson, M., claim water tax decrease and refund for water meter Passed 2229 

Eugenie st.. No. 174 Referred 658 

Evangelical Lutheran St. J. Church " 1462 

Evers, Bernard " 2878 

Ewing St. , Nos. 137 and 139 File 291 

Fairchild, Charles S Referred 2266 



Faw(c)ett, Anna 

Fay, John H 

Fern, W. W 



( Rererrea.. 
] File 


. 1262 


( Referred.. 
1 Passed.... 


. 1172 


. 1539 


( Referred. . 


. 2248 


( Passed. . . . 


. 2647 


1 Referred. . 


. 710 


] File 


. 1598 



Fifty-sixth st., No. 195 

Another claim Referred 1862 

Finstad, H Passed 203 

Firey , Frank P Referred 2463 

i Referred. . . . 1968 

Fisher & Dowling i ^^ , .^n^- 

"^ I Passed 264o 

Flannagan, Mr., 909 37th pi Passed 1345 

Fleetwood, Tillie Passed 1344 

Flournoy st., No. 767 Referred 2262 



INDEX. ' CV 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 
Claims. Water Tax Decreases and Rebates— Fage 



Referred. . . . 554 



Fortieth ct., No. 1536 "l File 978 

j Referred. . . . 1867 
Foster, Thomas •' j passed 2285 

Fourteenth pL, No. 809 Passed 425 

Fourteenth St., No. 647, West File 155 

t 1 Referred.... 600 
Fredericks, Ida \ ^He 1380 

Friedrichs, Mrs .Passed 1266 

(Referred.... 492 
Fullerton av., No. 293 j passed 1039 

Fulton St., No. 1028 • ^^^sed 168 

i Referred.... 1804 
Fulton Street M. E. church j Passed 2235 

Gestenhoid, J. -^ ^^*^ "j i262 

Gestenholder, J Referred 661 

Ghiselli, L Referred 2521 

/Referred.... 133 

Girard St., No. 728 ] Referred.. . . 1967 

» Passed 2324 

( Referred 554 

Givins, Robert C "( File. 1814 

( Referred.. . 1137 
G^los, H. L -( Passed 1481 

Grand av., No. 728 ^^'^^ 827 

Great Western V7all Plaster Co Referred 1971 

j Referred:. . . 932 
Greenacre, I. T ] y,^^^ i^q-^ 

(Referred.... 823 
Greenwood av.. No. 7108 | Passed 1344 

(Referred.... 932 
Griggs, A.J : ] Passed 1539 

Grundeis, Frank Referred 952 

Grundies, John Passed 1612 

^ Referred.... 1329 
Grucki, Stephen , "I p^g^^^ 1539 

Guther, George Passed 203 

Harding, George F Passed 2235 

( Referred 2261 

Harding (or Hardin) , Mrs. Margaret -j -p^^ 2S82 

Harris, Sarah Pile 2882 

^ Referred — 383 
Harrison st.. No. 298)^ ] ^^^e 827 



Harrison si., No. 1603. 



( File 2192 

Heisen, C. C Passed 168 

Henson, H. L " 2^3 

^ Referred — 181 
Herrman, Geo -^ jp^^ 5,.,s 



CVI INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Claims, Water Tax Decreases and Rebates— Pag'e 

( Referred.... 1863 
Hoas-luud, John 1 Passed 2236 

Holmes & Ton Passed 203 

Hoi verscheid, Henry " ^67 

( Referred... 1296 
Hood, A. B : \^.^^ 14g^ 

Hoppe, A. L Passed 1.615 

j Referred.... 1*461 

H°"^' ^ ( Passed 1762 

Hoyne av.. No. 3226 File 1262 

Hruby, John Referred 2300 

Hubbard, F. M Passed 684 

( Referred.... 659 



Illinois St., No. 204. 



i Passed 1266 

( Referred.... 1974 
Ingieside M:. E. Church ; -^ ^^.^^ ^442 

Jacl-:son blvd.. No. 658 Referred 719 

(Referred.... 283 
Jackson blvd., No. 1409 J -| p^^^^^ ^345 

Jackson blvd.. No. 1435 Referred 1744 

Jensik, Josep h Passed 1539 

John Spry Lumber Co " 303 

Jung, John File 1527 

( Referred 779 

K^^^^e^- C IPassed 1345 

( Referred.... 1172 
Kaufman, H. C 1 Passed.,. .. . 1539 



Referred 713 



1480 



Kennedy, B. A 1 Passed. 

Kilty. Martin • Referred 2262 

Klappinger, August File 155 

Kochersperger. H. L Referred 2796 

^ Referred 661 

Koester & Zander (Passed 1344 

Kokish, Mary -File 155 

Kozminski & Y©ndorf Referred 2523 

^ Referred 710 

Lake av.. No. 5650-2 -, ^.^^ ^gg^ 

Lake V^iew B. and L. Association Passed' 168 

Lamson, S. W Referred 2523 

I Referred 1974 

Landergren, B. A. E '(Passed 2319 



( Referred 712 

La Salle St., No. 5426 ] -p.^^ -^262 

(Referred.... 288 

Law av., N®. 121 \ ^^^ g.,-^ 

Law, S. M Passed 168 

I Referred.... 1585 

Lawton,L. C (Passed 2228 

(Referred.... 490 

Linney, Mrs. E. D \ Fassed 1344 



INDEX. ^Vll 

COMMITTEE ON FIN ANCE- -Continued. 



Claims, Water Tax Decreases and Rebates— . _ ^ .^,^J^.t 

Loritz, Magdalen ^' 

Lowe av.. No. 11915 



Referred 2263 
190 



j Referred.... 658 
Ludwig, Marie ( Passed 1344 

I Referred.... 128 
McDermit, J.J * ( j^q^ sgg 

j Referred.... 1S66 
McGuire, D i Passed 2644 

( Referred — 1867 
Madison st., Nos. 284-6, West ] -p^g 2192 

i Referred.... 1967 
Madison St., No. 807, West (Passed.- 2644 

Madison st.. Nos. 912-14 Referred 2621 

/Referred.... 192 

Madison St., Nos. 1644-6, West "I File 827 

(File 1262 

Madison st., Nos. 1907-9 Referred 2477 

Mahoney, Edward Passed 173 

( Referred 666 

Maple St., No. 10318 • -^ ^jj^ g^g 

( Referred 717 

Marshall, Wni \ p.^,^ ^^363 

^ Referred.. . . 801 
Mayer, Nat A ( p.^^ -^g^^ 

( Referred.... 932 
Meirendorf, Fred (Passed 1540 

( Referred . . . 719 

Mette, August ] -p^^ -^ggg 

( Referred.... 1329 
Metzger. Wra 1 Passed 1539 

( Referred . . . 710 
Michigan St., No. 166 (Passed 1344 

Mills, Mary A Passed 425 

( Referred.... 491 
Moerecke, William (Passed 1266 

^ Referred.... 1328 
Moeser,John (Passed 2018 

Monheimer, Milton Passed 1539 

Monroe Street, No. 1043 ■■ .Referred 2472 

Morgan Street, No. 39 Passed 203 

Morgan Street, No. 514.' File 42 

Morris, Sarah Referred 562 

Referred ... 1S08 



Muiliken, C. H , p.^^ ^^^^, 

(Referred.... 191 

Myrtle Avenue, No. 167 ]F^sse6 684 

Referred . . . 1S12 



^^^^'^•^ ■- 'File 2137 



) 



CVIII 



INDEX. 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Claims, Water Tax Decreases and Rebates— Page 

^File 42 

Neidert, Charles ^ Re-corn 661 

iFile 827 

Newberry, Walter C Referred 2294 

Oak St., No. 138 Referred 820 

• ^ Referred . . . 1515 
O'Brien, John. ... , , ( p^g^^^j ^r^^^ 

; File 155 

I Referred . . 1741 
] Passed 2228 

( Referred . . . 554 
Ohio St., No. 2386... , ..-•- '^^-^^ g^g 

Oliver, J. M Referred 821 

( Referred . . . 2128 
O'Neill St., Nos. 13-15-19 (Passed 2647 

( Referred . . . 2030 
O'Toole & Conkey "j p^^gg^ 254^ 

Pacific av.. No. 58 - Passed 168 

Parnell av., No. 7454 Passed 1038 

Peoria St., No. 5933 C Referred 2620 

J Referred.... 2063 
Perkey, Dr. S , - "j piie 3371 

Peters, H.V Referred 2298 

Peterson, Mrs Passed 1266 

Plymouth pi., No. 45 Referred 2625 

Polk St., Nos. 186-8 

Polk St., No. 1274 

( Referred 
Queen City Building and Loan Association 



O'Connor, Mrs. J. R 
O'Connor, M 



Quinn, Mary 

Rankin, A. P. & Co. 



Ravenswood Historical Association 



\ Passed 

( Referred.. 

I Passed 

^ Referred.. 
I Passed.... 

^ File 

( Re-Com . . 



1684 
2248 
2181 
2644 
1682 
2228 
1741 
2228 
42 
661 



Richards, Edwin E Pile 155 

Ringe, George. 



Referred 2523 

Roberts, Harry Referred 2463 

Robev St., No. 813, North 



.Referred.... 657 

• • ■ • ( Passed .... 1344 

( Referred.... 1151 

\ Passed 1481 

. , File 1262 

( Referred.... 1710 

] Passed 2228 

, Referred.... 592 

I Passed 1039 

Rush St., No. 103 Referred 2578 

Ryan, John Referred 2880 

j Referred ... 190 
Saginaw Avenue, No. 8816 ^ i ^Wq . 5a& 



Roeder, John 

Rogers, C. J 

Rourke, Ida 

Rowland & PfafE. 



INDEX. 



CIX 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Claims, Water Tax Decreases and Rebates— P^?^ 

St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church Passed 1921 

St. Lawrence Avenue, No. 4413 ...Referred 1684 

j Referred . . . 562 
St. Luke's Hospital 



Sauter, Andrew. 



File 

Referred. 
Passed . . 



978 

490 

1344 



Savoy Theatre Co ; Passed 2318 

Referred. .. 1837 



Schmidt, Mrs. Margaret. 



Schneider, Joseph J. & Son, 



j File 2192 

( Referred, . . . -561 
1 File .... 



Schreck, Wm Passed 



Schroeder, Herman J. . . 

Schultze's Sons (Louis^^ 
Schuppa, Philip 

Seaverns, George A 



Referred 



Sepple, J. J 

Sherer, George 

Sholtost., No. 103. 



1262 

168 

1377 

1922 

768 
203 
562 

1266 

378 



' \ Passed 

Passed 

Passed 

( Referred . . . 

I Passed .... 

( Referred . . . 

i File 827 

Referred 2437 

^ Referred ... 283 

• } Passed 1345 

Sixty-first St., No. 818-20 Referred 490 

Sixty-fifth St. . No. Ill Passed 168 

( Referred . . . 653 
Slack, C.H MPassed. ... 1344 

( Referred.... 1523 
South Chicago Brewing Company -j pagsg(j i^q2 

South Side Elevated Railroad Company Referred 1965 

South Side Lumber Cempany 

Spencer, W. G 

Standish, C. A Passed 



File 



Standish, Chas. A. V. 



Stark, N. 



/ Referred — 

^File 

' Re-Com . . . , 

i Referred 

i Passed 

I Referred... 
' Passed — 



3523 

568 
2228 
1585 
18l4 
2266 

822 
1344 
i059 
1540 



Starring, M. B : ,' 

State St., Nos. 6500-02 ' Passed 168 

i Referred.... 1812 
Stewell (or Stowell), Thos. J j Passed 2235 

Stone, E Referred 1592 

Stone, Samuel • • ■ Referred 379 

Stone, William E Passed 1921 

Suddard. E. J Referred 2463 

Sunnyside Park, 3084 N. Clark st "' I'^'^l 

Sweeney, John W 

Symonds, John 

Tarpey, M. J 



2oob 

2523 

File 568 



ex INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Claims, Water Tax Decreases and Rebates— Pao:e 

Thirteenth St., No. 153 Referred 1138 

Thirty-third street, No. 1104 " 3519 

( Referred . . . 1371 
Thirty-fifth St., No. 152 \ ^j^^ -^q^^ 

I Referred ,. . . 801 
Thirty-seventh Place, No. 909 (Mr. Flannag-an) -j p^gg^^ ^345 

Trippe, John T>assed 2324 

( Referred . . . 719 
Turner av., No. 21 6 1 Passed 1344 

Twelfth St., No. 1551 Referred 283 

Twenty-third pi.. No. 167 ' ■ " ^623 

Twenty-ninth St., No. 480 " 3261 

( Referred . . . 1974 
V^an Vlissengen, Arthur ] Passed 2324 

Vierling, F. C Passed 168 

^ Referred. . . 1646 
Wacker & Birk Brewing C© -^ Passed 2228 

Walnut St., No. 1021-23 and 1029 Referred 2062 

j Referred.... 1594 
Warner Bros. Co ] p^^g^g^ ojSW 

i Referred.... 1463 
Warren av.. No: 13 j Passed 1762 

Washing-ton blvd.. No. 1987 Referred 2558 

Wellington St.. No. 1718 Passed 173 

(Referred.... 661 



Wendell C. 



( Referred 666 

Wentworth av. , No. 4028 



Passed 1614 

Referred 666 

Passed 1266 



i Referred.... 1522 
Wentworth av.. No. 6428-36 j pj^^ -j^gg^ 

Western av.. No. 67 Passed 168 

.( Referred.... 1160 
Westphal, William 1 Passed 1539 

( Referred . . . 2126 
White, Patrick ••• j passed .... 2647 

Wieburg, C. A Referred 2521 

Williams, Peter Passed 768 

Wilson, Walter H Passed 168 

Winchester av.. No. 2643. Referred 2299 

Winchester av.. No. 3028 Referred 1251 

Winkelman, F. H • Passed 767 

( Referred . . . 1299 
Wolf, Fred W. & Co | p^gg^^ 1^39 

(Referred.... 710 
Woodlawn av.. No. 5491 to 5497 • j p^^ -j^262 

Wulschlager, C File 827 

j Referred . . . 1461 
Xaverious, Jos "(Passed 1762 

Zutteruieistev, H. C Referred 2616 



INDEX. CXI 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE -Continued. 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances — Pa«-e 

( Referred . . . G5G 



Aborn, W. L., claim loss of horse, 



' Passed 3646 

Agnew, John P., claim account pumping out abandoned shafts Referred 889 

Agnew, John P. , claim account pumping at Central Park and Springfield j Reported . . . 12G1 

Avenue Pumping Stations ] Passed 1346 

Agnew, John P., communication from C. P. W., with claim for pumping. .Referred 2515 
Agreement bet. city and Sanitary District Trustees in re. intercepting j Reported. . . 2186 

sewers | Passed 2314 

Agreements with parties heretofore granted franchises as to compen- j Referred . . . 1765 

sation to city (from Mayor) | Passed 2019 

Alfson, A., claim account property damage Referred 951 

Allaway, Mrs. E. J., claim account injury to horse " 720 

Allis Co., Edward P., claim account vouchers '^ 800 

/ Referred . . . 2299 

Am-erican Development Co., claim for judgment (ord.) -| Reported. . . 2477 

' Passed 2649 

American Development C®., communication from Comptroller in re, claim, etc .... 

; .Referred 2449 

American Trust and Savings Bank (use Talbot Paving Co.), claim account warrants. 

Referred 128 

Anderson, Nels, claim for refund of assessment Passed 169 

I Referred 1328 

Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co., claim refund brewer's license. . < Passed 1922 

' Vetoed and Lost. . . 1928 

r Pub. and Referred 2329 

I Reported 2653 

Appropriation bill for 1900 J Passed 2692 

I Reconsidered and Passed 2751 

I 

1^ Vetoed as to certain items and Passed. . 2806 

Appropriating for Police, Fire and Health Departments and lighting city from 

August 26 to September 1, 1900 (ord.) Referred 2180 

Are light trimmers, claim for salaries. "• 132 

Arnold, Wm., claim account sewer work '' 966 

Art Commission of City of Chicago, ©rd. creating Referred 2027 

Ashland av. pumping station, order setting aside sp'ace for playgrounds Referred 2300 

Atlases for Board Local Improvements, order to purchase set - 

( Passed .... 2646 

Audit Department in Comptroller's office, comm.unicationin re. establishing. Referred 2513 

(See ordinance creating office of City Auditor, 2058.) 

Ayer, Edw. E., claim account certain judgments " 2055 

( 1312 
Bairstow, James & Bro., claim account improving Sheridan road ''• 

( 1377 

Baker Bros. , claim account coal f virnished. . File 1467 

Baker, E. R. , claim account loss of horse \ ^^^^^^'^d- • • ^91 

( Passed 2022 

Baldwin, William, claim account property damage Referred 1374 

Ballard, O. W., claim for water pipe refund '^ 559 

Barber Asphalt Co., claim account assessment vouchers *' 600 

f Reported 565 

I Re-Com . . 684 

Barber Asphalt Co., claim account sundry vouchers \ , 3324 

Action Deferred • ■ ^ o'a . 

Re-Com 2505 



CXII INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances— _ Page 

Barber Asphalt Co. , claim account pavino: St. Louis av File 2442 

( Reported. . . 39 
Barry Bros. Tug Co., claim for damages j j^g.^o^^ _ 173 

Barry Tug Line Co., claim Referred 491 

Bates, J®hn, claim for payment of judgments Referred 2880 

Bav windows, sidewalks, tunnels, etc., etc., list of space used by private parties.. .. 

Referred 1181 



for $456.00 Referred 1151 

( Referred.. . . 683 
Belirend, Frank, claim account property damage, taken from file and -j p^^gg^^ gg^i^g 

Referred 349 

Referred 1557 

2330 



Behm, Jobn, claim 



Bell Theatrical Transfer Company, claim injury to horse. 



Bench Monuments, ord. establishing and locating 18 (Nos. 17 t® 38). . . ^ p^gg^^^ 

I Referred.... 149 
Bickford & Knox Co. (The) , claim lumber license refund ] Passed 1611 

j Referred.... 2261 
Bigley, Wm. J., claim lumber permit refund ^ p^^ 2442 

Bills against eity for 1899 and claim of R. F. Coaway. communication in re. includ- 
ing in appropriation bill for 1900 Referred 2577 

Binham, Louis M., claim account property damage File 394 

Birn L J. A^., claim account services File 42 

» ( Referred.... 192 
Blakely Printing Co., claim account work performed, etc -j ^.^^ g-,^ 

Board of Local Improvements, order transfer $1,500 from Sub-Paving J Reported. . . 977 

Inspectors to credit office supplies, etc I Passed 1268 

J Reported . . . 1814 

Bokholdt & Bossinga, claim for loss of horse, etc j p^ggg^j 1933 

Bonded indebtedness of various cities of the United States, list Pub. and File 1474 

Referred.... 660 



Bonding certain employes in D. P. W., ordinance for j p^gg^^ -^^3^ 

Bond of indemnitviu re. electric lighting, communication from Cliicago Telephone 

„ - .... Referred 2030 

Company tor 

Bond of indemoity in re. electric lighting, resolution to execute t© certain corpora- 

Reported 2882 

tions.. 

Bo^^^- , Referred 13 

House of Correction, ord. for issue of 1618,000 refunding ] Passed 341 

( Substitute ord. Passed 694 

Water, order to issue 1500,000 ©f Referred 1250 

t Reported.. . 56b 
Brady, Rose, claim account property damage -j passed. .... 684 

J Referred . . . 1965 
Braun and Fitts, ord. to pay property damage ,..,....•< ^^^^ ^g^^ 

Flip 827 
Breen, Ed., claim for extra compensation • • ■-^' ^ °^ 

Brick inspection, ord. concerning Reterred ^438 

Bridges— i oioq 

Bridge at California av., (Mud Lake) ®rder for Fin. Com. to report cost.. Referred 2128 

Bridge at California av., (Mud Lake) order for new Referred 2565 

Bridge at Taylor st., order to close, pending erection of new bridge Passed 170 

Brido-e at Taylor st., (old structure) communication recommend- j Referred .. . 2248 

ingsaleof 1 P^^^^d 2443 

Bridge at 37th st., (South Branch) order for plans and specifications. . . .Referred 2519 



INDEX. cxm 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Miscellaneous Claims. Etc.. Orders and Ordinances — Page 

Bridges — 

Bridges over river, resolution of opinion as to paying for, out of water fund. 

(See Mayor's communication 2447 ) Referred 2486 

Bridges and viaducts, estimates and reports in re. new Pub. & File. 1336 

Damages to bridges, list of persons responsible for, (collisions, etc) . . . .Referred 1714 
Department of, transferring $21,204.84 from^general fund to Reported 1974 

Plans for new, ord. appropriating 110,000 for. 



Passed 1478 

Repairs, communication from Comptroller in re. estimate for, etc Referred 2449 

Bridgeport Puoaping Station, communication (Mayor and Sanitarv i 

, ' "-{Referred.... 2080 
Trustees) as to disposition of | 

Bridgeport Pumping Station, order to turn over to Dept. of Electricity Referred 2184 

Brighton Park M. E. Church, claim refund of taxes " 2298 

Br©phy, J. A., claim refund of taxes " 2474 

i Referred . . . 2106 
Brough, James, ciaim account property damage •< 

( Referred 289, 1251 

Browne, Chas. J., claim for extra compensation , ■{ 

(Passed 1704 

Browneli Improvement Company, claim on special assessment vouchers. . . .Referred 2616 

BuUard & Gormley, claim for material furnished Referred 150 

Bullet-proof garments for police, ord. for purchase -| 

( x* ile Idou 

Bureaus of Water and Streets, come, from Comptroller recommending appropria- 
tions Referred 2578 

Burglars and robbers ; ®rd. authorizing rewards for killing Referred 2185 

Referred.... 2263 



Burke, James, claim for wages ^ 

x' lie fi4o0 

Burke, Lawrence, claim acct. property damage Referred 1741 

^ , rx,, , . , •, , , i Reported... 153 

Burke, Thomas, claim acct. property sold througn error -(_ ^ ^ 

I Passed 202 

Burke, William, claim for services Referred 2880 



^ ,.„,., . i Reported... 1904 

Burkhartsmeier Bros., ord. ratifying agreement as to compensation. . . •< _ 

Byrne, M. P., claim acct. reserves due 



/Passed 2019 

Reported... 724 

Passed 861 

Cahill, Robert, claim for wages while injured Referred 2061 

Callaghan & Co., claim for law books furnished Referred 1464 

^ ^ „^ ,. , 1- +• ■ 1 1 (Referred.. 349, 696, 2294, 2736 

Cameron. Amberg & Co., claim for supplies furnished. . < 

Canal Pumping Station, order transfer money to its coal account .Passed 1751 

Canal Pumping Station, order transfer $5,000 to credit of Reported 1903 

Cannon, Thomas J. & Son, et al., claim refund drain permits File 2480 

Carney, J. W. & Co., claim lumber license refund Passed 585 

1 Reported. . . 37 
Cartan, J . E. & Co., claim acct. loss of horse < Re-Com . . . 172 

(Passed 859 

o ^ w u 1 • f ^ ^ ^■ j Referred. .. . 349 

Carter, Wm. H., claim refuna saloon license ■< , 

j Passed 1611 

/ Reported ... 37 

Cary (or Crary ), Ralph W., claim account damage to clothing -| Re-Com 172 

i Passed 772 

r^ XX7-M 1 • ^ X • 1 j; • , J (Reported... 40 

Cary, Wilson, claim for material furnished •{ _ 

. ( Passed 173 



CXIV INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances— ^^S^ 

Chicao-o Edison Co. and Commonwealth Electric Co., ord. for judg. j Referred ... '.059 

"^ » ,. Passed 2235 

ment m favor @t 

Chicao-o Penny Savings Bank, ord. requiring deposits with City J Referred .. . 652 

. . ■) Fde 827 

Treasurer ( 

Chicao-o Telephone Co., request for indemnity bond from city, j Referred 2030 



Res. in re Reported 2882 
^ Referred . . . 1255 
Chicago View Co. (Tamssig, assignee) claim for photo work ^^ ^.,^ -,^^g^ 

, Referred . . . 1689 
Christian, H. W. Co., claim account laying water mains ] Passed ;2321 

Cicero Light, Heat and Power Company, claim for maintaining lights Referred 203O 

Cicero Town of, order for conference between Commdttee on Finance j Referred . . . 1371 

and Board of Trustees \^'^''^^ 1^40 

(See resolution. Adopted, 1807. » 

City Auditor, ordinance creating office of - Referred 20o8 

(See communication in re. establishing. Referred, 2513.) 

City of Chicago's account books, order to print 1,000 reports of examination by ex- 

■^ Referred 667 

^^ • • • • ^ Reported. . . 1594 

City Clerk, request for additional appropriation -^ p^ggg^ 1701 

Citv Collector, request of c erks for extra pay -^ '^« y* 

{•Referred 657 

i Reported '^'33 

City Council, ord. fixing summer vacation -{^ Amended and Passed 860 

(^Vetoed, Amended and Passed 878 
City Employes— 

Laborers, ordinance fixing pay at 12.00 per diem Reterreo ,.Oiy 

( Referred . . . 1374 
Pay for holidays, order to allow t© all -j -pwe 1598 

Salaries, resolution increasing all 5 per cent Referred 2063 

Ward laborers, resolution as t© paying off without loss of time 

_ Resolution Adopted and Referred 1972 

City Hall, ord. closing at noon on S turdays Referred 13<4 

City Hall, ord. to sell site ^'^^ 

City printing, award to Chicago Democrat, of April 10, 1899 

Order Rescinded and Referred 129 

City printing, "communication from Mayor, etc., asking concurrence i Referred.. . . 687 

"in award to Chicago Democrat ^Reported... 975 

(Passed 1267 

City printing, substitute award to Chicago Labor World -j y^^^^^ ^^^ j^^^^^ _ _ 1272 

City printing, award to Inter-Ocean ^°";.!''" ^f^. 

City real estate at 77-79 Madison st. (Boston store) ord. to sell ,Zl 

City real estate, ord. to sell that "n© longer necessary," etc Referrea 1<6J 

Claims for damages account bursting main near 67th st. and Perry av 

List and Valuation Referred 1653 

. Claims of" variousparties", 'order for report as to progress (Aid. Patterson) . .Referred 718 

i Referred.... 1867 
Cleary, D. & C® , claim account laying water pipe ] Passed 2233 

^ Reported... 2136 
Cleary, D. & Co.. claim account laying water main in Columbia at. . . . | p^g^g^j 2235 

Closing Saturdays, from April 7 to Oct. 27, 1900, ord Referred 2793 



INDEX. CXV 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances — Page 

Coal companies, claims for co^l furnished during strike of 1897 " 2301 

Colahan, Patrick, claim for loss of horse '• 1463 

Cole, Alexander, petition account property damage "■ 2547 

,^ .^^ . ^, a ■, ^ T , (Referred 150 

Committee rooms on fourth floor, order to remodel ] 

'Passed 425 

Commonwealth Electric Co. and Chicago Edison Co., ord. for judg- j Referred 2059 

ments for lighting in 1899 j Passed 2234 

Compensation from persons and corporations heretofore granted j Referred.. . . 1765 • 
privileges, ord. ratifying agreement as to \ Passed 2019 

Compensation for occupancy of streets, sidewalks, etc., ord. fixing Referred 2063 

Conlon, James A., claim for refund real estate license . J ^^ 

(Passed 1613 

Connery, John T., ord. ratifying agreement as to compensation to city ■< ^ 

I Passed 2019 

Connoll, John, claim on special assessment voucher Referred 2182 

Conroy , John T. , claim for salary Referred 1516 

Conway, R. F. (use Phila. Mort. Co.), claim acet. vouchers (see also page 1518) 

Reported 391 

Conway, R. F., claim for interest on judgment ; Pile 394 

f Reported... 2267 

Cook County lustitutions, ©rd. repealing ord. of April 24, 1899, forj Reported... 2268 

free water | Passed 2322 

LPassed 23L'3 

r Reported ... 37 

Cooney, Frank, claim acct. loss of boat •) Re-Corn 172 

(passed , 771 

Coorlas, Tom C. , claim acct. loss of fruit . . i Referred. . . . 1515 

■■"' j File 1598 

Corneau Lumber Company, claim refund lumber license Referred 815 

Costello, John, claim for services i ^'^^ported ... 41 

I Passed 175 

Council committee rooms, order to remodel -I ^^^®'^^6^-- • • ^^O 

I Passed 425 

County Institutions at Dunning, order for free water (see ord. repeal- ^ Reported. . .*' 39 

ing, 2322-3) ] Passed 173 

Coyle, Phil, claim for salary i Referred ... 151 

I Passed 2320 

Cragin, M. J. , claim acct. crib work Referred 2263 

Croft, Emma J,, claim acct. property damage Referred 1863 

Croft, Mrs. F. W., claim acct. property damage \ ^^P^^'^^d. . . 2439 

i Passed 2643 

Cronin, John, claim for wages Referred 211 

Crystal, John, (Garden City Pav. and Post. Co.) claim acct. voucher File 2650 

Culhane, D., claim for horseshoeing Referred 2439 

Curtis, Mrs. S. B., claim refund of taxes File 2271 ' 

Czermonka, F., claim refund butcher's license. Referred 1741 

Dahlgren, F. U., claim account property damage " 886 

Referred . . . 1329 

Dalton, Mary, Joseph, et al.. claim account property damage \ File 1814 

Re-Com.... 2520 



CXVI 



INDEX. 
COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 



Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances- 
Davey, James, & Co., clainri account property damt 



Davies, R. M., claim account tax sale 

J labor 
ciary ) 



j Referred. 

i File 

( Referred. 
( File , . . . . 



PaQ:e 

. 1804 
. 2065 
. 1295 
. 1598 



Day labor ia connection with cty work. ord. for work to be dene ^^^ C-™ ^^^f^^ ^^^ 



d minority reports in re. . . .File 1908 

..Passed 2076 

Referred 1459 

2559 



Day labor in c@nnection with city work, majority an 

Day labor on Sections G and H, intercepting sewer, ord 

Dearborn Foundry Co., claim for material furnished 

Dearbm-n Foundry Co., order for item in appropriation bill to pay company 

Department of Electricity, communication from Comptroller recommendin^certain ^^^^ 

appropriation ' " 

Department of Public Wovks, order transfer of moneys from certam^ Reported. .. 175 

accounts to credit of street cleaning in certain wards. . . . . . ..... ( t-assea - 

(See opinion af Corporation Counsel as to logalit.v, 1645.) 
Department of Intramural Street Railway Transportation, ord. pro- ^ Re.^erred... . ,30 

viding: for 

Dietz, John, claim for damages 



File 1380 

Referred 822 

i Referred . . . 1274 

i Passed 1610 

L Referred . . . 182 

(File 394 

1 Referred.... 1371 

(File 1467 

j Reported... 1598 

Dowell Wm. D., claim refund rendering license (Passed 1705 

Drain permits in Michigan av. (34th ward) order to refund to certain parties .Referred 2178 
Canal Water Power, resolution for city to bid for _ Reterre€i 



Dillon, John, claim account property damage . . . 
Dillon, John F., claim account property damage. 
Dispatch Printing Co., claim for printing 



Drainage 



Drexel, Lucy W., and J. W. Arkell, clami account laying ^ 
water mains 



Referred 712 

Reported 1261 

Re-Com 1346 

Passed 1481 

Vetoed and Lost. . . 1484 



iuffy, Josepb J., Claim account work on northwest land tunnel ^^^^^ .^ 

Durgin, John C. & Co., claim refund lumber license ] Passed 1611 

^Referred.... 779 

Earle J E., claim refund dog license ] Passed 1613 

East End Park, order for item in appropriation bill for pilin.. (See appropnation ^^^^ 



bill) 



Eaton 



and Prince, claim for material furnished. 



Referred 947 

j Referred.... 1328 

Egan, J. B., claim for wages (File. 1527 

Eighty-fourth St., claim of D. G. Hamilton and others in re. opening. (See p^age^51J, ^^^_ 
1897-8) 

"paS;;;ent of, communication from Comptroller - -" ^^^^-P^^^^^^^j,^^^^^.^, ^.^g 



for 

Department firemen and arc light trimmers, order to pay 
Electric arc light trimmers, petition for increase of pay 



salaries Referred 1329 

File 394 



INDEX. CXVII 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances— Page 

Electric Light conapanies, resolution in r©. bond of indemnity to i deferred.. . . 2030 

( Reported... 2882 

Electric Lig-ht Maintaining- Fund, order tranfer $5,000 to credit of Referred 2179 

Spiing-fleld and Central Park Ays. pumping stations, order t© install plants. Passed 171 

Emergency hospitals, resolutions establishing \ ^^^^^^^^- • • ^260 

i File 2304 

Engineer in Department Public Works, communication from Comptroller for ad- 



ditional. 



Referred 2535 



Engineers at certain pumping stati®ns, pet. for increase of pay Referred 1863 

English High and Manual Training School, order to include sum in r Referred.... 2521 

appropriation bill for ] pne 2882 

f Reported... 1379 

Engstrand. Lothgren & Co., claim refund building permit ■> ^^^o^*®^- • • ^^^^ 

'. I Passed 1481 

1 Passed 1704 

Esterquist, C. A., claim account repairs Referred 935 

Eul, Peter, claim account property damage Referred 1172 

Farrell, Patrick, claim account certain vouchers. Re-Com 168 

Farrell, Patrick, (estate), claim account special assessment voucher \ ^®P°^^'®^- ■ • ^^^ 

■ ■ / Re-Com 768 

Featherstone's Sons, John, claim account lamp posts furnished Referred 1585 

Feinburg, H., claim refund milk license J deferred. ... 1299 

j Passed 1613 

Ferner, John, claim for rebate of taxes File 42 

Ferrier, John, claim for rebate of taxes Referred 661 

Fifty-ninth st. at L, S. and M. S. crossing, ord. changing grade (from S. and A. 

^o^t^) Referred 836 

Fire— 

Engine house at Jefferson av. north of 69th St., order to include cost for in appro- 
priation bill , Referred 1974 

Marshal, ord. amending Sec. 602, Revised Code, concerning. Referred 2552 

Stokers and pilots on fire boats, order to increase pay Referred 2616 

Transfer of moneys in the Department, order for i ^^P^^'^®^ • • • -1'^^ 

j Passed 1268 

Flanigan, John, claim for services Referred 2125 

Flanigan, William, claim account Dropertv damage i ^®^®^^e^- • • • 1139 

( Passed 1615 

Fleming, Edward, claim for services Referred 2453 

Flowers, ®rd*. regulating sale. Pile 827 

/ Referred . . . 556 

Flower and fruit stands on sidewalks, ord. regulating sale } Reported. . . 670 

i Re-Com .... 768 

Flynn. James, claim for services Referred 2616 

t Reported ... 37 

Flynn, Michael, claim for loss ©f horse J Re-Cora 172 

^ Passed 771 

Forbes, A. M., order refund wagon licenses Passed 201 

Ford River Lumber Company, claim refund lumber license \ ^^^^^^^d.. . . 149 

" ( Passed 1611 

Foremen and assistants in Sewer Department, for horse care allowance. .. .Referred 1372 
Fuesz, Fred, claim for loss of horse Referred 1742 



CXVIII 



INDEX. 
COMMITTEE ON FINANCE -Continued. 



Miscellaneous Claims, Etc. , Orders and Ordinances- Referred. . . .^Too 

Gaff ney & Long, claim pay for vouclaers "j passed 2318 

Garden City Paving and Post. Company, (use Chrystal) claim ac- 1 Reported .. . ^392 

oJZ^::^. and Post company,' iu;e F. H. Headi 'o^^ \o ^^ | Re^ed^^^^^ 500 
low j udgment • 



Gas 



Appropriation for current year for city lighting, communication ^^om Mayor 



_ File 155 

(Referred.... 965 

I File 1262 

lighting. . .' Referred 1927 

People's Gas Light Ind Coke Company, c.mc. from Mayer and the company^^ ^^^^^ 

•J65 
1176 



Claims vs. City of various companies (old) 

Lights shut off, order for oil lamps in place of. 

Ogden Gas Company, come, from company in re. street 



re. street lighting contract ; " ' " ' V ' "l , -d f^r..^r^ 

People's Gas Light and Coke Company, all its bills to be submit- 1 Referred. 

ted to City Council, etc., order • • ■ ^^^ 

Peeple's Gas Light and Coke Company, ord. for contract at 15.00 per lamp 



of Corporation Counsel as to right of City to fix, 



Referred 1967 

778 
Price of, opinion of corporaiion v^uuusei as i^ ii^x.. ^. ^..^ ^^ ^^^ 

Price of, ord. fixing (Referred.... 1966 

Testing three lamps in each ward, Order for 



Geanopulos, George, claim refund of fine 

Geist, Christ. F., claim account property damage. 
Giffey, Gustay, claim account material furnished 



Passed 2234 

Referred.... 1299 

File 1598 

Referred . . . 1966 

File 2480 

Referred . . . 886 

File 1380 

....Referred 1238 
etc Passed 860 



Gill Elmer H., claim account property damage 

Gillow , William, claim refund account laying service pipes, eic netZZl 0094 

Gleason. Thomas C, claim loss of horse • • • _■ • • ^^ "" 

Globe Light and Heat Co. (Fred A. Suter), claim for pay of judgment. .. .. ^_^^ WJ^O 

Glunz, Louis, claim refund bottlers" license. Referred.. . . 710 

Gorzehanny, Max, claim for services ( p^e 1339 

work Referred 1330 

, Referred 1799 

JFile 1981,2271, 2526 

(Re-Com ......2186, 2302 



Graff, Albert & Co., claim for cement 
Graham, Thomas, claim for wages. 



Re-Com 

Grade of 59th st. at L. S. & M. S. Ry., ord. changing. . ." Referred 836 

Grand Army of the Republic Encampment, ord. appropriating ^^' '^'^^^^^'^^^^^ ,^^^^ 

'' 1172 

- 1808 

f Referred ... 281 

I File 827 

i Re-Com ... 1251 

t Passed 1704 

Referred 658 



Grant, Ed., claim for damage to buggy 

Griffin, John, claim for refund account water mains. 



Griffin, Thomas F., claim for extra compensation 



ki, Rudolph, claim for loss of horse and personal injury. 



Grin 

Gunther, Chas. F., ord. ratu-ymgagreemeui witu^.tj. »o .^ .„...,.-^- ] pVVed 

sation 



F., ord. ratifying agreement with city as to compen- 1 Reported. . . 1904 



INDEX. CXIX 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances— Fage 

Gnnthrop- Warren Printing: Co., claim for work done Referred 1867 

Hackett, Leroy, claicn for extra pay File 827 

, Reported ... 37 

Hall, S. F., claim l©ss of horse ] Re-Com 172 

' Passed 771 

Hamilton, D. G., et al., claim account opening 84th st. (See page 517, 1897-S) 

Re-Com. 667 

Hand, John P., claim account laving- water mains Referred 284 

/ Referred . . . 1516 

Hanley, M., claim account sidewalk construction < File 1814 

' Re-Com .... 1974 

{Referred . . . 1586 
Passed 2320 

Hannon, Thomas F., claim account property damage File 42 

Hanrahan, R. T.. claim account contract work Referred 933 

(Referred.... -718 
Hanson . Jacob, claim for pension \ p„ ggg^ ;1^932 

Referred . . . 666 



Hard coal grates in Wentworth av. electric light plant, petition to use. ^ ^.^^ ^^^ 



Refe 
^" (File. 

Hard coal on tugs, resolution to insert clause in contracts for use of Referred 386 

Hardin, John, claim for pay of voucher '' 1250 

Hardt, Frederick, claim account property damage " 2617 

Hart. Mr., claim account injury to horse " 1^3^ 

Hasterlik, Adolph, claim account property damage ''' 1750 

Hay market statue, order for item in appropriation bill to place in condition. " 2620 

Hayward, Ambrose D., claim for pay of judgment '' 2880 

■ Referred.... 2183 



Heffern, Wm., claim for wages . . . . ^ ^^ .„„ 

Referred... 2083 

Heflernan, William P., claim account services, etc ■{ -^ . „.. ,^ 

' Passed 2646 

Heinson, H., claim for pay of warrants Referred 2298 

Hendrickson, John, claim for loss of horse Referred 1646 

i Referred . . . 558 
-n-1 co- 
File 82< 

Hicks and Taylor, claim for loss of horse Referred 1.518 

Hillman, Edward, ord. ratifying agreement with city for compensation Passed 2019 

Hoge, Herman, claim account loss of h®rse Referred 1254 

Holmes, Enoch T., claim for services Referred 2622 

Holstein Park, order to include item in appropriation bill to improve. " 2520 

Hogan. Iver, claim for services " 719 

(File 42 

Horwich Bros., claim for refund iunk license ^„ , ^»,,,, 

' *' Passed l.bl 

Hospital for consumptives at Division st. and 48th av., ord. appropriating $i5,000 for 

Referred 1968 

\ Referred . . . 2260 
Hospital, Emergency, resolution appointing comm.ission to select. "^ -c^-i ooaj. 

Referred.... 1863 
Howe, Mrs. Lena, claim account property damage •< , ^„ 

Huck, William, claim refund amusement license Passed 169 

Hummel, Ernst, resolution and order in re. settlement as City Treasurer Passed 584 

Ingram, Wra., claim account property damage File 894 

Intercepting sewer, Sections G and H, ord. to perform work by day j Referred — 1617 
labor (with communications from Mayor) | Passed 2076 



CXX INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinauces— Page 

Intercepting sewer, Sections G and H., bet. 51st st., Cornell av., TOth st. and Stony 

Island av., petition of property owners as to manner of building Referred 1SG2 

Intercepting sewer, Sections G and H, opinion of Corporation Counsel as to draw- 
ing of contract, etc Referred 1771 

Intercepting sewer in 39th st., proposition of Geo. Rictiardson Referred 1458 

fReported ... 38 

Intercepting sewer in I. C. R. R. right-of-way, 35th to 51st sts., order j Re-Com 173 

changing route , j Reported ... 500 

(^Passed 575 

Intercepting sewer in 39th st. and Lawrence avenue, oroler to execute agreement 

as to control between city and San itary District , Passed 2314 

( Referred . . . 720 

Intramural Transportation Department, ord. establishing ] ,_,., ^.,^_ 

^ ( File IdbO 

Jackman, H. H., claim for services Passed 425 

Jacobi, Robert R., claim account property damage Referred 490 

Jefferson Ice Co., claim refund of license " 1491 

Jensen & Co. (use Peterson), claim refund water permit tax Passed 1610 

i Referred . . 148 
Jepson, A. L., and M. H. Fairchild, ord. use of tunnels for aavertising - 

John Spry Lumber Co., claim account lumber delivered Referred 655 

Johnson, John L., claim for confession of judgment " 1972 

Jones, James F., claim for services Passed 1343 

( Referred.... 1137 
Judges and Clerics of Election, order transfer $56,115 to pay j ^^^ 

Judgments against city, communication from Mayor in re., issue b@nds to pay 

Referred 1926 

(See ordinance passed, 2552. } 

(Referred.... 669 
Kavanaugh, P. H., claim refund saloon license -< g. 

Kehl, G. (Schroeder), claim for cement worlc Referred 2471 

Kelley, Maus & Co., claim refund lumber license " 1330 

Kelley, S., claim for services " 2472 

Kelly, John S., claim for salary File 674 

Kelly, Michael, claim for salary Referred 2433 

Keilv, Michael J., claim for loss of horse Referred 2620 

I Referred.... 2294 
Kenna, D. F., claim for services < „ , ^^^^ 

( Referred . . . 1329 
Kennedy, Terranc© and Roger, claim account property damage ■< 

I Reported. . . 37 

Kenny, J.^F., & Co., claim loss of horse < Re-Com .... 172 

' Passed 859' 

Referred.... 1871 



Kerns, Michael, claim f®r wages ^ , ^544 

Kiederowski, Elizabeth, claim account property damage Referred 2262 

Kimball, Charles F., claim account Schultz judgment File 394 

Kimball, Charles F. (assignee Schultz), claim for pay for judgment Referred 1970 

Kimball, M. N., claim account laying water main Referred 2265 

Klein and Casey, order of July 6, 1899, to sell land to, in Hilliard and Hitt's Sub. . . 

Re-Considered and Referred 1174 

(See i040. 

Knudson, Knud, claim account property damage Referred 1589 

Kohout, James (Hopp & Kohout), claim refund wholesale liquor j Referred.. . . 1172 

license ' Passed 1611 



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INDEX. 



CXXI 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 
Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances— 

Lacek, John, claim for wages^. 

Lake Street '^L," pet. and order in relation to running; of cars. . . 
Lame, Frank C, claim for damage to cab • . • 



Land in Hilliard and Hitt's Sub., order to sell to Klein and Casey. 



Page 
j Referred...- 2061 

(Passed 2319 

Referred 1864 

(Reported... 67;i 

I Passed 771 

^Reported... 727 

j Passed 1040 

Lauo-hlin, J. O., claim on Toucher account 35th street tunnel Reported 820 

Lavatories, ord. for public Referred 1293 

Reported-. 1262 

League of American Municipalities, resolution in re. j Adopted 1347 

membership j Vetoed, Amended & Adopted 1354 

File 43 

League of Illinois Municipalities, communication requesting city to join J j^efg^red . . -| ^11 

Lehman, B., claim for damage to Barge A Referred 24.3 

Lemp Brewing Company, claim for refund brewers' license... Passed 58o 

Library Fund, order transfer $25,534.44 to credit of • • -Referred 1971 

Library Public, communicati©n from Comptroller relating to estimate for, etc 

Referred 2449 

Lowery and Christie, claim, for property damage ^^^^ 4'^ 

j Referred. .. 1172 
Lucas, R. H., claim refund sewer permits .' i p.^^ ^^,^1 

, Ref rered . . . 285 

Luthardt, Wm. H., claim for services. \ Re-Com 768 

(File 2192 

Lyman, J. A., claim for balance due Passed 169 

^ (Referred... 1807 
Lynch, John, & Co., claim for sidewalk construction < p.^^ 2065 

Lyon, Gary & Co., claim for pay of voucher Referred 388 

McCarthy, Frank, claim account sale of property " 2558 

McCarthy, P.M., claim for rebate of water service pipe " "''12 

McCarthv, Wm., claim for services Passed 174 

( Referred.... 1255 
McComb, Joseph, claim for services j pegged 2229 

( Referred.. . . 1684 
McCorqudale, D. S., claim account bridge work < ^.j^ 2192 

McDermott, John, claim for judgment 

McDermott, Michael, claim for wages 

McGinn and Bradley, claim account Central Park Avenue Pumping Station. .Passed 2321 

McGregor, Dr. John D, claim for services Referred 2619 

1 Referred . . . 1330 
McKee, Wm. H., claim account opening alley I p.^^ -^^27 

i Referred 1325 

McNaraara, Thomas, claim for wages j ^^^^ ^^^^^ 

<; Referred 127 

McNichols, J. E. and T. (use Miller) , claim for pay of voucher J passed 2324 

McNulty Bros, (use Voss), claim for work on Worthy School Referred 1296 

McTighe, James, claim for wages '' '^SI 

Referred.... 938 



Referred 1462 
3623 



Malcom.son, John M., claim for loss of horse 



\ 

\ Passed. 



!2S 



CXXII 



INDEX. 



Murphy, C. W.. claim account services 

Murphy. James, claim account property damage 

Nash, Pat, claim for services 

Nelson, Henry N., claim account damage t© property. 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE- -Continued. 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances — Page 

Malkan, Phil, claim refund saloon license Referred 1682 

Malone, Dr., claim for services File 42 

( Referred 144 

Maloney, John I., claim for loss ©f horse, etc ■< _, ^ ,_„ 

•^ I Passed b59 

Maltby, Harry C, ord. ratifying agreement as to compensation to city Passed 2019 

Mann, James R., order to refund account laying water mains Referred, 1250, 1304 

Markets (public), order to include item in appropriation bill for estab- ( Referred . . . 174U 

lishing ( Pile 1S14 

Mercy Hospital, claim account emergency cases Referred 1331 

( Referred ... 128 
Miller, S. G. (J. E. & T. McNichols), claim for pay of voucher j 

{Reported ... 37 
Re-Com 172 
Passed 771 

I Referred ... 149 
Morris, Thos. G., & Co., claim refund lumber license •< „ 

( Referred. ... 287 

Passed 1268 

Re-Com.... 934 

File... 2271, 2480 

Referred 388, 1683 

Passed .... 2444 

Referred.... 1059 

Passed 1480 

(Referred.... 804 
Neptune Meter Company, claim for meters furnished j 

Netterstrom, C. M.. claim for refund deposit Referred 1590 

Nichols, Johanna C, order authorizing agreement in re. water pipe, j Referred — 2451 

etc * Passed 2645 

Nixon, James C, claim refund employment office license Passed 176 

i Referred.. . . 1329 
Nolan, Pat, claim account property damage -j 

Northwest Land Tunnel, come, from C. P. W. asking instructions in re. proceeding 

with .Referred 780 

Northwest Land Tunnel, ord. for completion of Section 3 Referred 817 

Norwood Park Pumping Station, resolution and bids for pur- \ Referred 1355 

chase of adjoining property ' Reso. Adopted 1611 

O'Brien, James J., claim account property damage File 291 

(Referred.... 670 

O'Brien, James J., claim account property damage ) F'1^ 1?r'> 

O'Brien, John, claim pay for vouchers . Referred 2300 

( Referred 146 

O'Connor, Christina, claim account property damage -^ ^ , ^^,^„ 

( Passed ItOo 

O'Conner, Dennis, claim for services •: Passed 584 

f Referred.... 696 

! File 1339 

I Re-Com .... 1871 

^File 1981 

Referred.... 1806 



O'Donnell, Daniel, claim for services. 



O'Donnell, James, claim for services. 



Passed. 



INDEX. CXXIII 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Contiuued. 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances— Page 

JReperted... 42 
O'Malley, Owen, claim for seevices < -pj^^ ^j^-fj 

Olson, Edward M., claim account sale of property Referred 1339 

Olson, Ole, claim account property damage " ^^'^ 

Parental School, request for appropriation for " ''^'^36 

Park boards and city, communication from Corporation Counsel in re. use 

of patrol wagons, etc " ' ^^^ * 

Parks (and Recreation Grounds) — 

(See also Special Committee on Small Parks and Playgrounds.) 

Committee to inquire into need of, etc., resolution for " ^53 

Commission of fifteen to consider, order for appointment of " 666 

Madden, Martin B., proposition in re. donation for park " 602 

Phillips, Robert W., proposition to sell lots for park purposes " 886 

( Reported . . . 974 

Purchase of, order and resolution providing for < Re-Com 1178 

- Sale of property, order for (Griffith) and resolution for appointment of Com- 
mittee to procure information (Jackson) Reported 1334 • 

(See adoption of resolution, pp. 1535 and 1750, and appointment of Committee, p. 1767.) 

f Reported 1258 

Sale of 50 feet Lot 7, Block 58, O. T. to apply to pur- J Re-Committed 1305 

chase of small parks, order j Passed (as amended). . 1534 

[vetoed and Lost 1549 

(See an order passed in re. p. 1586.) 
School play grounds, resolution for appropriation pending, etc. (Math). Referred 670 
Set aside ground at Ashland Avenue Pumping Station for children, order " 2300 
Sixty-third, 69th, and Halsted sts. and Ashland av., pet. to purchase 

playgrounds : • • ' ' ^^^ 

(Referred 491. 1590 

Pearce, Chas. W., claim for services < „., g2~ -j^ggg^ 

Pender, Michael, claim for wages Referred 934 

Peoria and Sangamon streets, order to pay abutting owners in re. J Referred.. . . 1142 

opening (Passed 2229 

(Referred.... 1378 
Peterson, Chas., claim refund water permit tax < Passed 1610 

Peterson, Mrs., claim refund taxes Referred 656 

Philadelpfeia Mort. & T. Co., claim account special assessment voucher Referred 1518 

Phillips, Robert, claim account sale of property File 1262 

Pickham, Thos. F., Boiler Works, order to pay for repairs at Canal Pumping Sta- 
tion Referred 2547 

Piper, A. S., & Son, claim account work done.. ., " 1256 

Pittsburgh Bridge Co., claim account for labor, etc., at C. H. Harrison Crib. '' 2620 

Poundkeeper, District No. 8, ord. for appointment " 822 

Police — 

Ambulance drivers, petition and order for increase of pay Referred 2616 

i Referred , . 951 ' 
Bullet-proof garments, ©rd. for purchasing ) TT-i ISSO 

Cartridges for practice, order setting aside sum for Referred 2552 

Courts 1 and 2 in Fifteenth District, ord. establishing '• 1743 . 

( Referred 966 

Furloughs, ord. for seven-day in each year -( -, 

Headquarters, building, ordinance appropriating for Referred 1514 

Laborers, petition for increase of wages .^ " 2471 

Lieutenants and Sergeants, order to pay back salary File 42 



CXXIV INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc , Orders and Ordinances — 

Police— Page 

Matrons, petition for increase of pay .Referred 1968 

( Referred ... 668 
Probationary patrolmen, order to pay 1104.98 each •< „. ^goq 

Salaries, resolution for 20 per cent increase Referred 2466 

Salaries of officers, petition for 20 per cent increase '' 2453 

Stati n at Madison and Paulina sts.. order to include item in appropria- 
tion bill for " 18T0 

(Referred.... 192 
Sub-operators of telephones, order for increase of pay ■< ^ 

Powell Bros., claim for sidewalk construction Passed 174 

Powell Bros., claim for sidewalk construction .Referred 144, 2547 

Public property used for private purposes, bay windows, street space, etc., list, 

from Mayor Referred 1181 

Pullman Palace Car Co., ord. ratifying agreement as to compensation Passed 2019 

Pumping Works, pet. of oilers for increased pay Referred 1968 

j Referred.... 1750 
Purcell, Paul P., claim for services i ^g^^sed 2227 

Pure Water Commission, ord. modifying plans, accepted March 1, 1897, communica- 

cation from Mayor with contract in re Referred 1925 

Pusey, Evan, claim account injury to horse Referred 2178 

( Referred.... 1151 
Quan, W. J., & Co., claim account material furnished j ^ 

Quiglev, Mrs., claim account property damage File 1814 

(Referred.... 1325 
Racky, John, & Son, claim account sidewalk construction ■< „„. 

(Passed 1267 

Rawson, S. W., claim account S. A. vouchers -j ^^^^.^^^^^ ^ Referred 1461 

Raymond, Hoyt, claim, refund saloon license Passed 175 

Reed, B. H., claim in re. prosecuting case vs. police officer Referred 1516 

Reid, Murdoch & Co., ord. ratifying agreement as to compensation Passed 2019 

Reilly , George, claim for work performed Referred 1965 

Rial, Brady & Ziegfield, order refund amusement license Passed 202 

Richardson, George, and intercepting sewer in 39th st., proposition Referred 1458 

Richardson, O. S., & Co., ord. ratifying agreement as to compensation Passed 2019 

Riot cases, resolution authorizing Corporation Counsel to engage counsel to defend. 

- File 155 

'" ( Referred.. . . 2106 

Rix, Christian, claim account property damage ■< ^j,.^^ ^^^^ 

Road scraper for Twenty-seventh Ward, order to include item in appropriation 

bin_ _/ ; Referred 2522 

R®bertson, George, claim for damage to steamer O'Neff '' 1866 

( Referred.... 1970 
Roche, J. H., claim for laying water service pipe < ^.^^ ^^^,^ 

Rodgers, John, claim account property damage Referred 712 

Rogers Park Water Company's plant, communication from company in re. 

purchase by city • • ' ^-^^ 

Rogers Park Water Company, order for company to lay main in Southport 

~av " 1686 

Rohlping, Mary, claim refund account duplicate payment " 1682 

Rowe, John, order to quit-claim to him lot in Oak woods Cemetery Passed 1615 

Royce, Dr. W. S., claim for services Referred 1804 



INDEX. CXXV 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continue(L 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc.. Orders and Ordiaances— Pa.ge 

(Referred.... 822 
Rozakles, George, order perratt for flower stands -j j,.^^ ^(^^^^ 

Ryan & Crapikowsky, ord. ratifying agreement as to compensation .Passed 2019 

j Referred.... 2166 
Sackley & Peterson, claim for pay of vouchers •< ^^^^^ ^^2 

( Referred.... 1870 
Sacred Heart Church, claim for refund inspection fees -j -p,.^^ ^^^g^^ 

Salaries, resolution against increase J^'le '^"'^ 

Sampson, Nels, and Frank Holm, proposition in re. sale land in Norwood Park 

Adopted 1611 

( Referred.... 2425 
Sanborn-Perris atlases, order for purchase of set ■< p^g^.^^^ 2646 

, ^ / Referred 1142 

Sangamon and Peoria sts., condemnation of property, ord. to J ^^^^^^^ (order).. 1977 

-pay owners on account of | passed 2229 

Sanitary District and city, order in re. agreement as to intercepting sewer Passed^314 

Sewer Department, claim of foremen, etc., for horse care allowance Referred 1372 

Sewers • 

Indiana av. system, order to advertise for bids Passed 170 

. Indiana av. system, order t@ transfer money t® credit of • . -Pile 170 

Schmidt, K. G., (est.) claim account property damage ..Referred 2299 

School tax warrants, request from Board Education as to issue of Referred 2294 

( Referred.. . . 1740 
Schooner Rouse, Simmons (Leonard, owner) , claim for damage ^ Passed 2236 

Schwartz, Henry, claim account laying water mains Referred 2061 

(Referred.... 666 
ShafEner, B. M., claim account witness fees advanced < p.^^ gg^ 

Referred.... 147 
Sheahan, J. S., claim f®r services i pj^^ g2y 

( Referred — r^57 
Shortall, John G., claim on Warramt No. 167 (Washington Heights) . . < p^gg^^^ -j^^^g 

Sidewalk inspectors, order to employ three additional Referred 662 

( Referred.... 2472 
Sidewalk inspectors, order for creation of 25 districts < ^.^^ 2527 

Siegel and Epstein, claim refund junk license Passed 1761 

Siegel, Jacob, claim for wages Referred 2623 

Silver, Herman, claim for confession of judgment '" 3880 

Simons, S. , claim acc©unt property damage " IS'^O 

Smith, James, claim for salary Referred 1593 

(Referred.... 2299 
Snaith, Samuel, claim account property damage < -psissed 2650 

Soeder, A. K., claim account property damage Referred 661 

Space used tey private parties for bay windows, streets, etc., list Referred 1181 

Special assessments, come, from C. P. W.*in answer to order p. 932 Referred 1061 

Special assessment warrants, order placing money to credit of sundry Passed 203 

Special assessment warrants, order placing money to credit of sundry (condemna- 
tion cases) Passed 204 

Special assessment warrants, order placing money to credit of sundry, to pay re- 
bates .Passed 204 

( Referred.... 1371 

Springer, Chas. E., claim for damage to clothes -x . _,,„ 

/rile 1 o~ ( 



CXXVI 



INDEX. 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued 
Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances— 



Stanton, James, claim account grading N. 48tli av. 



Page 
f Referred.... 5511 
i Reported. . 1333 
i Re-Com .... 1610 

^Passed 1762 

Star Construction and Dredging Company, ord., with come, in re. contract price for 

work in 39th st Referred 2851 

Stickney and Buckingham, claim account property damage Referred 1249 

(Referred.... 2061 
Stoddard, James B. , claim for wages < Passed 2531 

Referred.... 1311 
Stoffregen, John C, claim account property damage < -p,.^^ -j^gg^^ 

Street Lamp and Lighting Fund, ord. transfer money to credit of, from Fund for E. 

P. A. and P. Tel. System Passed 1345 

Street Railway Expert, ord. creating office of Referred 76 

/Referred 491 

Streets and their uses, resolution for com'n. to inquire into. . \ Called up ; no action . . 684 

i Pile 3650 

{Reported... 37 
Re-Com 172 
Passed 771 

Sullivan, John H., claim account plumbing work Referred 1686 

f Referred 129 

j Passed 1482 

Vetoed and Lost. . . 1483 
-Sullivan, J. J., claim acc©unt sidewalk construction -^ Referred 2473 

I File 2560 

iRe-Com 2623 

(See Appropriation Bill, p. 2844.) 
Suter, Fred A. (Globe L. & H. Co.), claim pay for judgment 

Tansey, John, claim account services 

Taussig, Leo, claim account photo work 

Tebbetts, H. H., claim as care-taker 

Terrill, A. T., claim refund account laying water mains 

Thatcher & Burke, claim for interest on vouchers 

Thatcher & Burke, claim account non-collection 

Thirty-fifth Ward, order creating, etc., etc 

Referred . . . 1326 

File 18U 

Re-Com.... 1924 

Thorne, M., claim account laving water mains Referred 1330 

f Referred 491 

Transportation and street railways in othe* cities, resolu- 1 Reported 565 

tion for commission to enquire into | Called up ; no action . . 684 

L File 2650 

Tugs employed by city to use hard coal, resolution File 568 



Referred 1710 

'' 656 

File 1467 

'' 978 

Referred 935 

j Reported... 391 

I Re-Com 683 

Referred 2474 

Reported 1595 

Passed, as Amended 1702 



Thorne, Mrs. H. P., claim account loss of do7'g. 



Urbano, Urbano. claim refund bail deposit 



Viaduct at 18th St., order for item in appropriation bill to repair. 
Vider, Olaf (use State Bank Chicago), claim account vouchers... 



Referred.... 2182 

Passed 2531 

Heferred 2474 

1327 



INDEX. CXXVII 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE- Continued. 



Vilakos, N. G., claim account loss of fruit. 



Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances— Page 

( Referred. . . 1515 

* ; I File 1598 

Vorlicek, Jos., claim account property taken, Referred 1255 

Walker, John, claim account laying- water mains File 2137 

Ward foreman, order for reinstatement " 42 

Ward numbers, communication in re order for proper designation (See 

1902) Referred 210o 

Warrants.ajjainst Tax Levy, request of Board of Education, to issue File 2480 

Washington Heights, Special Assessment No. 31, order for rebate assessment 

Referred 2298 

Water— (Referred.... 71 

Certificates, ord. for issuance of $1,500,000 in < ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 

I Passed 342 

County Instit'itions, communication from Mayor, Corporation Counsel and 

President County Board in re Referred 1831 

County Institutions, ord. amending and repealing all ords., i Reported 2267, 2268 

for free water. j Passed 2322, 2323 

Fountains, ord. amending ord., Feb. 21, 1898, relating to charges for Passed 2322 

Military, charitable and religious institutions, ord. amending ord., in 

re. charges for Passed 2322 

Rates for frontage, ord. amending as to Referred 2063 

Rates for cottages, ord. amending as to. File 2480 

Warrant No. 22947, water supply pipe in 16th st., order to transfer money to 

credit of Referred 2547 

Water Mains — 

Alley (proposed) 230 ft. south from 44th st., and 200 ft. west of Drexel blvd., 

order t© lay Referred 1735 

Annexed Districts, list of mains to be lowered " 604 

(Referred.... 711 

Annexed Districts, order for mams to be lowered •<,, ^ ^^^ 

I Passed 1040 

(Referred,... 190 

Avenue M, from 107th to 110th sts. , etc. , etc. , order for •< ^ 

I Passed •. . 861 

Devon av., extend all mains east of Western av., etc., to, order to lay. .Referred 2161 

/Referred.... 393 

Foster av., 750 ft. east from Sheridan rd., order for < Re-Com. . . . 586 

I 'passed 769 

Mozart st., from 40 ft. north to 175 ft. north of George st., order for — Referred 558 

One Hundred and Thirty-eighth st. , pet. for extension "■ 1974 

Riverdale, order to include item in Appropriation Bill, to lay "' 1974 

Sixty-seventh st., claims of various persons damaged by burst- , Reported. . . 1812 

ing mains ] Passed 1921 

Vetoed, Amended and Passed , 1932 

South Chicago av., from 76th st. to Stony Island av., order to lay Referred 290 

,, ^ ■ « Re-Com.... 197 

Waterloo, Stanley, claim account property damage i -D^■^ 

Weber, B. F., & Co., claim for confession of judgment Referred 1251 

Webster av. opening, order to include sum to apply until, etc '■ 2552 

Weed, Sarah M., claim account voucher Passed 1037 

/ Reported. . . 37 
Weil, George, claim for loss of horse ■< Re-Com 172 

' Passed 771 

Western Fuel Co., claim for damage to wagon. , Referred 559 

Western Paving and Supply Co., claim account vouchers Passed 862 



CXXVIII INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE— Continued. 

Miscellaneous Claims, Etc., Orders and Ordinances- Referred . . ^lill 

West Pullman Land Association, claim account laying water pipe ...A File 2271 

( Re-Com .... 2439 
(Referred.... 1682 

White Lake Lumber Co., claim refund lumber license < Passed 2643 

White N. F., claim account injuries to team Referred 2621 

f Referred.... 1299 
I File 1380 

Wigginton, James, claim refund building permit J Re-Com.... 2470 

t Passed...... 2647 

Wilbur, J. B., claim account paving Bellevue pi • • • - -Referred 2263 

Referred.... 2299 
Williinson, David S., claim account property damage < Passed 2650 

Williams, F. N., claim for refund account laying water mains Referred 659 

Wilson, Mary, claim for refund of assessment File 827 

Wolf, Max, order for refund of amusement license Passed 201 

Wolfe, Moses, claim account property damage " '""^ 

Wordlicek, Joseph, claim account property damage .Re-Com. 2552 

j Referred . . . 1378 
Wright, James, claim f®r overtime < Passed 1923 



COMMITTEE ON GAS, OIL AND ELECTRIC LIGHT. 

Page 

Anti-Trust Protective Association, ord. granting rights File 200 

Referred 649 



Boyce, W. D., ord. granting rights -j Reported... 1910 

Brisbois, Odilon, ord. for wire across Madison st File 200 

Chapin& Gore, ord. granting right- ^"^^f ^Sn 

Chicago Edison Co., order for poles in 20th ward File ^00 

Chicag®, Light, Heat & Power Co., ord. granting rights File 200 

Chicago, Pneumatic Co., ord. granting rights , File 200 

Chicago Telephone Co., ord. granting rights File 200 

Citizens' Co-operative Gas Co. , ord. granting rights File 200 

Commercial Heat & Power Co., ord. granting rights (amendatory ) .File 200 

Cook County Light & Heat Co., ord. granting rights Referred 553 

Cook County Light & Heat Co., frontage consents D. P. W. for Verification 670 

Cook County Light & Heat Co., frontage consents. .Returned to Committee from D.P.W. 889 

Cook County Light & Heat Co., subject matter. File 1753 

'cosmopolitan Electric Co., ord. (passed June 26, 1899, page813) j Re-Con. and Referred. 873 

amending ord. of March 4, 1895 "| File 1753 

Dexter, A. F., (Safe Deposit Co.), ord. for electrical conductors. (See [Referred.. . . 429 

frontage consents filed, 2078) ( Passed ..... 2196 

Electrical conductors, order for report of persons maintaining same illegally. . .Referred 1869 

Electric light, ord. calling for bids for, at expiration of gas contract File 

Enterprise Power, Light & Heat Co. , ord. granting rights 



200 



File 200 
200 



Fraser & Chalmers, order for maintenance of telephone system File 

\ Referred ... 280 
Agreement with P. G. L. & C. Co., ord. concerning ^ Reported... 398 



INDEX. CXXIX 

COMMITTEE ON GAS, OIL AND ELECTRIC LIGHT— Continued. 

Gas- Page 

(Referred.... 1141 
Auditing bills, order for report on former order for the < j^g ^.^^^ ^^^q 

(!See communication from City Electrician, 1490.) 
Gas and electric franchises, present and future, ord. to provide for j Referred.. . . 14G8 
lighting churches, etc. , free | File 2529 

(Referred.... 490 
Gas and electric light posts, order for map showing location ■( ^.^^ ^^^ 

Gas and gasoline lamps in front of churches, etc., list from Mayor Referred 1228 

Governors in all public buildings, ord. providing for File 200 

Meters, ord. providing for examination, etc " 200 

Pipes in streets without permit, order preventing laying " 398 

Greenebaum, B. I., ord. for electric wire " 200 

Griesheimer, M., order for electric sign " 200 

( Referred. . . . 650 
Gunther, C. F., ord. granting rights < p^^^^^^ 2012 

f Reported 395 

I Referred to Corp. C. for Opinion. 576 

Haberer, George, J. et al.. ord. granting rights -{ Opinion Submitted 597 

I Subject matter Re-Com 865 

I Subject matter File 1753 

Head, Franklin H,, et al., ord. granting rights for gas plant File 200 

Heafield, S. J., ord. granting telephone rights : " 200 

Illinois District Telegraph Co., order to cut all wires Referred 2181 

Illinois Telephone and Telegraph Co., veto message of the Mayor File 200 

Independent Telephone Co., ord. granting rights " 200 

Irving Park Electric Light and Imp. Co., ord. granting rights " 200 

( Passed 863 

Jackson, C. W., ord. granting rights for electric wires., i ,^ , -, . . -, ■, ^d ^ o-n 

' ' ^ s e I Vetoed, Amenaed and Passed 8«9 

, Referred 2476 

Jackson, C. W., ord. amending ord. of July 6, 1899 < Passed 2642 

' Vetoed, Amended and Passed 2734 
Jefferson Electric Co. (see C. W. Jacks®n.) 

Lamps and lights in front of churches, clubs, etc., order to discontinue except, etc 

Reported 1912 

.,. , ( Reported... 303, 502, 1468 

Lighting permanent obstructions, ord. providing for. < 

' xie-Uom 4^0, ivjT:0 . 

Maxwell Bros. , order permit for wires File 569 

Murphy Power Co., ord. for conduits across Pacific av. . . . " 200 

Norwood Construction Co., ord. granting rights " 304 

Opperman, A. F., order permit for wires between Potwin and Watson buildings, etc 

Referred 128 

Police patrol boxes, ord. for colored lights to designate Reported 304 

' \ File 200 

Printing Telegraph News Co. , ord. granting rights j Re-Com 1869 

Security Deposit Co., ord. granting rights Referred 48S 

( Referred '^83 
Sparr & Weiss, ord. for wires in Ohio, North Union sts., etc -| p^^gg^,^ " ^Qg^ 

Sparr & Weiss, ord. for wires in Grand, Milwaukee and Austin avs. and Halsted and 

Union sts Referred 1867 

Sparr & Weiss, ord. for wires in territory between Desplaines, Peoria, Ohio and Kinzie 

s^s Referred 2060 



cxxx mDBX. 

COMMITTEE ON GAS, OIL AND ELECTRIC LIGHT— Continued. 

Page 

f Referred 198 

i Reported 303 

Stern (or Stein), Wm. U., order permit for wire < ^^^f^^^ 424 

(^Substitute Ord Reported . 568 
^ Referred.... 777 

Story Electric Co., ord. granting: rights -j Passed 3014 

I Referred 1683 

Street liffbting, order appointing committee to make terms < Passed 1920 

(Committee appointed. 1926 

Telegraph and Telephone Companies, order for investigation of illegal practices. Referred 1872 

Thompson, John R. , resolution for private telephone wire File 200 

Underground Subway Co., ord. for pneumatic tubes, etc '' ^^^ 

/Referred ., ^^^ 

Unity Power Co., ord. for wires rear of 123 La Salle St. . -I Passed • • 865 

'. Voted, Amended and Passed. 88^ 

Unity Power C©., ord. amending foregoing Referred 2185 



COMMITTEE ON HARBORS, VIADUCTS AND BRIDGES. 

Page 

Barrett, H. F., order for ereetion of bridge safety gate File 161 

( Referred . . . 280 
I Reported... 419 

Boats over 200 feet long to be towed in river, ord. compelling i Re-Com .... 575 

^File.... 762, 2304 

^" At California av. over Mud Lake, order for ord Referred 285, 2266 

Referred to Finance 256o 

Ord. regulating hours for opening and closing • File 30 

Report in re. with list of those beyond repair, etc., together with communication 

from City Engineer (from C. P. W) Referred 1059 

Communication from C. P. W. in re. condition, also repairs on viaducts at Throop 

St and Blue Island av., Halsted and Canal sts. (two communications) File 1340 

, Referred . . . 1375 
Canal, from the lake to North Branch Chicago River, resolution to appoint ) j^^po^^ed. . . 1601 

Commission to consider ( Adopted 1699 

Dawley, C. P., claim for stenographic work on Committee File 1340 

Deepening and widening Chicago River, six resolutions of citizens relating to File 160 

Dock lines, ord. establishing at various parts of Chicago River, etc., 18th f . .,,.. 

St., old Levee st., Lot 1, Block 80, R., M. & R.'s 2d Add., Pumping^ passed 574 

Station at FuUerton av (^ 

(Reported... 418 
Dock lines along river, from Belmont to Lawrence av., ord. establishing. ] p^^^^^ ggg 

( Referred . . . 2453 
Geneva Emergency Corps, com. in re. danger in using city tunnels, etc. . . j ^.^^^ ^565 

River bet Belmont and Lawrence avs., plan and ord. for changing line (to take place 

of ord. of March 8, 1895) Referred 213 

Jackson st., report of D. P. W. and survey in re. by-pass Referred 2453 



INDEX. CXXXI 

COMMITTEE ON HARBORS, VIADUCTS AND BRIDGES -Continued. 

Tunnels — Pag-e 

Order to alter passageways "File if)i 

[Reported 682 

And Bridges, resolution as to lowering former and remov- { Adopted 773 

ing and substituting for latter, appointing commission, -^ Com. Appointed. . . 776 

report of commission, communication from Mayor in re. . , Referred 1914 

Referred 2291 

At Van Buren, Washingston and La Salle sts., pro- / Reported 2562, 2564 

viding for lowering, two ordinances, (with } Published 2579 

amendments) ( Passed, as Amended 2637, 2639 

Vessels over 200 feet long, ord. requiring to be towed in river J ^ ®^^® ' " ' 

I File.... 762, 2304 

Viaducts at Halsted st.. Center ave., Throop st. and Blue Island ave. ; communication 

from C. P. W. in re. dangerous condition of Referred 779 



COMMITTEE ON HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 

Page 

Brady, O. W., order permit to maintain ash receptacle Referred 656 

Hines Bros., order permit for fertilizing establishment at 278 Canalport ave " 1749 

Hines Bros., order to revoke permit for rendering establiahment at rear of 2601 Archer 

ave Referred 2184 

Tanks for water on tops of buildings, order to investigate conditions, etc " 1462 



COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY. 

Abolishing city departments, resolution File 293 

Aldermen, resolution repudiating charges against " 293 

Alliance between Great Britain and United States, resolution against '^ 294 

Appropriations from taxes, etc., since 1880, resolution for report of totals " 293 

Assessment of property in West Division, resolution for report why higher, etc. Referred 2473 
Automatic Cycle Pump Co., permit to construct pumps, etc., ord " 2796 

Automobiles, ord. amending Sec. 482, R. C. 1897, as to licensing i ^^^^''^^^ • • • ^^'^^ 

j Passed 2896 

Automobiles, ©rd. providing for fenders on all i Reierred . . . 2125 

j File 2304 

Baseball games and outdo®r sports, ord. providing for the seating of j Referred. . . 281 
patrons j File 2561 

Bermuda Asphalt Paving Co., pet. for removal of plant, ord J ^^^^'^^ed. . . . 1255 

' ■ ■ j Reported . . . 1696 
Bicycle paths, resolution in re. establishing (with opinion of Corporation J Referred.... 721 

Counsel). , "j File. 981 

Bicycle pumps, ord. permitting erection of automatic Referred 2796 

Bill board at Winchester av. and Van Buren St., for removal, pet. and order. .Referred 719 

Communication from D. P. W. in re. . J Referred ... 889 

j Reported. . . 1384 

, Referred 131 

Bill boards and signs, ord. regulating construction i Passed (as Amended ) 2310 

( Vetoed and Lost 2318 



CXXXII INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY— Continued. 

Page 

Bill boards and signs, ord. re-ulating construction Referred 2434 

Bill posters, licensing and regulating, ord. (see page 2310) Reported 2065 

^ ' Referred 879 



Blasting in city limits, ord. prohibiting i yug 829 

Board of Local Improvements, opinion of Corporation Counsel as to Act creating 

Pub. and File 159 

Boers of South Africa, extending sympathy to, resolution Referred 1464 

Bonding of employes by tractien companies, condemning, resolution t,' '; ! HI 

Bonds (special assessment) , resolution in re. 4 per cent clause .Referred 5.W 

^ I Referred J 97 

Boys under 18, ord. in re. commitment and parole, taken from file and ... . | j^gpoj.ted. ... 674 

J Referred. . . . 1738 
Brick, providing for inspection by practical brickmaker, ord -j ^.^^ ^^gg 

(Referred.... 1592 
Brick pavements, ord. amending Section 1659 R, C, in re j Reported.. . . 2072 

(See ord. passed 2309. ) 
Brick trust, communication from National Brick Alliance in re File 200 

^""^ ciefni^g windows, ord. amending Section 198 ord. of March 28, 1898, J Referred. . . . 1303 

to include Class III • •• ^ ^'\- y '^IZ 

Cleaning windows, order to consider ord. amending Section 198 Referred 21-^« 

Frame buildinjrs in Thirty-third and Thirty-fourth Wards, ord. amending Section 

214 of ord. March 28, 1898 to permit ■^^!,^., t>! 

House moving, ord. amending Section 52 of ord. March 28, 1898 File 394 

( Referred.... 1802 
Plans, ord. for all plans to be approved by Commissioner of Health. . . . -j ^.^^ ^073 

Riveting structural iron and steel work, ord. amending Section 67 of j Referred. . . . 1352 

ord. March 28, 1898, relating to. ' Passed 2503 

Cabbage plants bet. 53d, 55th and Loomis sts, and Center av., pet. protesting ^^^^^^^^t- ' - ^^^^ 

(Afterward referred to'Commissioner of Health— see 2073. ) 

Canal Commissioners and city, agreement relating to laying water pipe Reported 159 

Cement, resolution for use of "Natural" in street improvements 1 ije 394 

Charges against Aldermen , resolution repudiating -^ i^e 

^ ^ .Referred.... 2.552 

Chicago Air Line Express Co., ord. for laying pneumatic tubes, etc j ^^p^^^ed. . . 2883 

(Referred.,.. 559 
Chicago Light and Power Co. vs. City, resolution to file cross bill \ Reporte J . . . 675 

Chicago Subway, Arcade and Traction C®., ord. for subterra- i Published and Referred 806 

-„ (File 982 

nean ways, etc •• ^^f. 

Chicago Telephone Co.. ord. directing enclosures around public 'phones ... .Fie b^5 

Chicago Telephone Co., resolution in re. use of slot machines Published and tile 28 5 

^ , Referred 13 

Cicero, ord. providing for exigencies relating to annexation | ^^rred to Fi"n .' . .' ." 20^ 

Cigar stubs, ord. prohibiting children from gathering Referred 1370 

Cigarettes: l?pfprred 801 

Amending Sees. 876 and 877 Rev. Code, ord iteieireu ou^ 

Concerning, ord ^.^^ gg^ 

Fixing license.for at 1500, ord ' ^^^.^^ 9,9 

Regulating sale, ord "'""'r^'^ 007^ 

(See ord. passed amending Sees. 875 to 883 Rev. Code, page 937.) 



INDEX. CXXXIII 

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY— Continued. 

Page 

City Printing- for 1900, awarding to Chicago Democrat Referred 2082 

Reported (to readvertisej .^ 2528 

Passed (to readvertise) 2570 

Day labor, ovd. for certain classes of city work be performed by Referred 1237 

Majority and minority reports 1695 

Referred to Finance and for ©pinion . , 1760 

Deed from C. & W, I. Ry. for land for street purposes, order for acceptance Passed 1430 

Deering Harvester Co., order for agreement in re. sewer and tunnel in Di- j Referred. ... 1866 

versey av., etc "I Passed .... 2287 

fReferred 129 

Department of Supplies, ord. amending ord. of April 6, 1898 { Passed. . . 1608 

■^ ' j Vetoed aadRe-com. 1628 
iFile 2561 

Driving ©r riding faster than a walk in down town district, ord. prohibiting. -i ® ®^^® •••• '^ 

i File 502 

Electrical conductors, interior electrical wireraen, and operators of electrical machinery, 

ord. licensing Referred 1331 

Electrolysis, communication requesting precautionary measures to protect 

pipes, etc - ^ u ^^^^ 

Elevators — 

Accident at Blakely Printing Co. building, order for investigation and for 

ord. , etc " 2794 

Freight and passenger, ord. concerning construction, safety, etc \ ^ ^^^^ "" 

(Passed 1604 

{Referred 1474 
Reported.... 1908 
File 2287 

Fenders ®n automobiles, ord. providinar for equipment of i i Referred. . . . 212o 

) File 2304 

Fire— ^ 

Department and Union Loop, ord. for possession of by former in case of flres, etc. .File 982 

Escapes, ord. requiring on buildings over 3 stories high ... i Referred. ... 967 

( File 1468 

Limits, ord. for revising pne 394 

Limits, pet. f®r extension in territory bounded by 48th and 52d avs., (Referred 2438 

Madison and Kinzie sts j Ord.reported 2560 

Limits in 33d ward, ord. establishing J ^^^ferred. . . . 1459 

I Passed 1757 

Protection for places of amusement, ©rd. providing for Referred 1463 

Flagmen at downtown crossings, ord. compelling street railway companies to 



station. 



" 598 

Food falsely labeled, ord. prohibiting File 394 

Garbage — 

Building ord. and cremation, communication relating to (Goldzier) Referred 2464 

Inspection without compensation, ord. providing for Reported 724 

Called up, no action '. 871 

Gas- 
City vs. P. G. L. & C. Co., report of City Attorney in re File 1528 

Rate takers, ord. for uniforming .* Passed 205 

General Electric Railway Co., order to test validity of grant (from Mayor) i ^®^®^^®^" • • ^^^^ 

^ ^ ^ (Passed 1758 

Improyement districts, resolution appointing commission to draft bills for, etc File 293 

Inspection of street cleaning and garbage removal, ord. for the improvement of.Referred 191 



CXXXIV INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY— Continued. 

Page 

Intercepting sewer in Illinois Central Railroad right of way, fj^^fg^j.^^ 1544^ I547 

Sections G and H, ord. to build by direct labor (witb J j^^^^^_ ^^^ j,.^ ^^^^ 

communications) [ 

Labor resolution declaring in favor of organized Referred 2791 

(Referred.... 1137 

Law enforcement, ord. for a C®mmittee on j j,^g _ 2385 

Li<^hts at elevated road intersections, communication from City Elec- J Referred.. . . 1845 
%ricianinre I File 2073 

Lio-hts on piers, etc., ord. in re. agreement with United States Govern- 1 Referred.. .. 1491 

"ment to maintain (Passed 1758 

f Referred.... 1252 
I Reported... 1696' 

Lumber piling, ord. amending Section 465, R. C "j Re-Com 1822 

^File.... 1909 

(Referred.... 1866 

Lumber piling, ord. prohibiting in any building within 100 feet of residences j ^.^^ ^^^^ 

j Referred.... 966 . 
Machinery, ord. as 10 protection against injury i -p.^^ -^^q^ 

Referred.... 710 
Maher, Walter S., order permit for frame building on Stony Island av. . . . ^ ^.^^^ gg^ 

Municipal ownership of street railways, resolution for commission J Referred 560 

to pass upon question of | Referred to R. R. . 1607 

Municipal ownership of telephones, gas, etc., order in re. amendments to Charter.. . .File 294 
Names of stations on steam railways in city, order for the Committee to make recom- 

, ^. . Referred 2128 

mendations in re 

No seat no fare, ord. relating to (Ailing) /•••;•••' VofZ 

\ Referred — 1327 
Omnibuses, carettes, etc., ord.. requiring equipment with rubber tires ^ Reported . . . 2192 

Organized labor, resolution declaring in favor of .Referred 2791 

Pavements, ord. concerning binder courses of (sheet asphalt) " 2548' 

Pavements, ord. concernina- concrete foundations 

Persons under 15, ord. prohibiting being on street after 9 P. M. ("Curfew" law) . ..File 298 

Pipes and wires in streets before paving is laid, ord. compelling laying of. . Passed 1705 

j Reported . . . 157 
Police, ord. for badges for ununiformed j ^^g^ 34^ 

Pound at 1910 N. Robey St., order for removal Passed 104o 

Pounds within one block of residence, ord. declaring a nuisance Reterred 49-i 

Prohibition district, bet, 50th, 51st sts.. Cottage Grove av. and Grand blvd., J Referred ... 554 

.. 1 File 1697 

ord. creating { 

Railroads- [Referred 2535, 

' Reported 2585 

Chicago Consolidated Traction Co. in Milwaukee, i^^^^^^^^^^^g p^ggg^^^e^^ 2794 

Elston and Lincoln avs., ord. for 5-cent fare, etc. , ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^ggg 

tRe-IntrodueedandS.&A.,W. 2894 
Chicago Consolidated Traction Co. in Milwaukee, Elston and Lincoln j Ref'd, 2577, 26-^4 

avs., communications from Wallace Nutting and Mrs. Plimpton.. ] File 2798 

Chicago General Railway Co. in 22d st., from Jefferson st. to 40th av., j Referred.. . . 130 

resolution to collect forfeit ] Adopted.... 1035 

(Referred.... 2300 
Chicago General Railway Co. in 22d st., order to annul franchise < j,.^^ ^539 



INDEX. CXXXV 

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY— Continued. 
Railroads— Page 

Chicago General Railway Co. in 22d st., ord. in re. paving said street j Referred.... 1744 

and confirming its lease of West and South Towns Street Railway] Passed 2568 

Chicago General Railway Ca. in Ashland av., ord. confirming its lease j Referred — 1745 

from West and South Towns Street Railway, t tc | File 2561 

Chicago General Railway Co. in 25th St., etc., ord. confirming its lease J Referred.. . . 1746 

from West and South Towns Street Railway, etc ( File 2561 

vChicago General Railway C©. in Harrison, 26th sts., etc., confirming j Referred... . 1747 

its lease from West and S@uth Towns Street Railway, etc | File 2581 

Chicago Passenger Traction Co. in FuUerton, Central and Maynardj Referred — 2265 

avs., order to dissolve injunction , ( Passed 2569 

Chicago Union Traction Company, in 26th and in 18th sts.. order for an ord. in re. 

running time Referred 1803 

-^ ^ , , , . ., . . , (Referred.... 1749 

Dead tracks, resolution to notify traction companies to remove 



Dead tracks, ord, to tear up. 



^ File 1815 

f Referred....' 386 

Reported *501 

To C©rp. Counsel 575 

Ord. from Corp. Counsel . 598 

Reported. 828 

LPassed 1.538 

-c, . • 11 V. 11 . . ^ ■• • . (Referred.... 383 

Electric call oells on street cars, ord. requiring equipment i tp-i 

Elevated railways, resolution to remove obstructions along and for inspection of 

stations, etc Referred 493 

T^ ^ ..... . ( Referred... 196 

Fares, ord. relating to seats for passengers < 

>Sand on grip and motor cars, ord. compelling equipment by companies File 293 

South Side Elevated R. R. Co., ord. in re. connecting power house 40th and' Wabash 

with 39th St. conduit Referred 2796 

( Referred.. 1749 
Street car tracks unused, resolution to notify companies to remove ....•< 

(File 1815 

Referred 386 

Reported 501 

Street car tracks, unused, ord. for removal of -^ ^° ^°'J- Counsel 575 

From Corp. Counsel.. 598 

I Reported.. 828 

IPassed 1538 

Street railway employes and question of giving bends to companies, resolution 

against Referred 2619 

,.. . -1 -, , ,. . , (Referred.... 196 

Street railways, ord. regulating carrying of passengers -j 

' l* lie 2o2y 

Taylor, 14th, 18th and 21st sts., resolution for ord. regulating schedules and trans- 
fers Referred 1592 

Tracks unused by street car companies, ord. in re. removal, (see Dead Tracks]. 

West Chicago St. Ry, Co., ord. confirming lease to Chicago Gen'l.j Referred... . 1747 

Ry. Co j File 2561 

West Division St. Ry. Co., in Lake st. from Wabash av. to] ■?^*®"®*\ ^l^^ 

48th St. (av.), ord. regulating running schedule i Reported 1751 

I Passed (as Amended) . 2641 

West and South Towns Street Ry. Co., ord. confirming lease (22d st.>J Referred.. . . 1744 

in Chicago Gean. Ry. Co 1 Passed 256S 



CXXXVI INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY— Continued. 

Railroads- • ^^^^ 
West and South Towns Street Ry. Co., ord. confirming; leases (Ashland, 25th, Har- 
rison and 26th sts.) in Chicago Gen'l. Ry. Co File 2561 

Riding or driving faster than a walk in down town districts, ord. prohibit- j Referred.. . . B79 

ing ( File 502 

\ Referred.... 1327 
Ruhfeer tires on omnibuses, carettes, etc., ord. for equipment < Reported. . . 2192 

Sewers and drain pipes, ord. amending Sec. 1699, R. C. in. re. laying by private con- 
tract Reported 725 

Shields, General, resolution in re. erection of monument File 394 

Sidewalks — 

In dangerous condition, order to barricade all those Referred S03 

Inspection by police as to repairs, etc., ord. for " 1*^36 

Inspectors districts, order for establishing twenty-five... " 3125 

j Referred.... 1811 
Plank and cinder, ord. regulating i j^gported. . . 2882 

Stone district, ®rd. amending Sec. 1821, R. C, to include 79th st Referred 1974 

Wood, ord. prohibiting in city limits Referred 2617 

(Referred.... 1372 
Signs indicating stairways in buildings, ord. providing for < -p,.^^ ^ggg 

Slaughtering, ord. amending ord. concerning. File 727 

Special assessment bonds, resolution in re. 4 % interest clause Referred 559 

Subways or conduits for pipes, wires, etc., in the business district, order for report of 

plan •• • ^^''^^ ^^^ 

' Referred.... 1372 



Subways under railways, order to clean i p^gpg^.ted . . . 1527 

f Referred 129 

I Passed 1608 

Supplies, Dept. of, ord. amending ord. of April 6, 1898 i Vetoed & Re-Com. 1628 

[ File 2561 

Street car legislation, resolution memorilizing legislature in re File 160 

Street car tracks not in use, ord. to tear up. See ''Dead Tracks'" under Railroads. 

Street cars to stop certain distances from bridges, ord. providing for Reported 198 

\ Referred.... 1734 
Street cleaning and repairing, order placing in control of ward foremen. . . -j ^.^^ ^073 

Street improvements— /i icaq 

Order for ord. to provide owners with copies ©f contracts Keierrea isoy 

(See appropriation bill, page 2811. ) ^ Referred.. . . 1255 

Ten-year clause in specifications, etc., resolution for B. L. I. to exclude ^^ ^.^^ -^^^g 

(Referred.... 183. 
Fifty-second St., from State to Armour, ord. to change to 5-year plan . ^ ^^^^^^ §70 

Telephone slot machines, resolution to compel Chicago Telephone Co. to observe fran- 

,-^- Referred 802 

, , . , , ^Referred 1324 

Telephone .and telegraph etc., wires, ord. placmg underground j ^^^^^^^^^ Substitute.. 1692 
(originally applying to Thirty-second Ward only) j ■^q_^.^^ _' 1993 

Telephone, telegraph and electric light poles, ord. forbidding in territory i Reported. . . 2069 

bounded by Fullerton, Ashland and Fortieth avs. and Seventy-fifth st. * Re-Com 2290 

Ten-year clause in specifications tor street improvement, resolution to ( Referred.. . . 1255 

, -J .. File 1528 

exclude • j^ ^ 

f Referred.... 718 

Tires on vehicles, ord. regulati og width ] Reported ... 82S 

' Re-Com 1265 



INDEX. CXXXVII 

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIA.RY- Continued. 

Vehicles— Page 

Ord. regulating width of tires (see foregoing). 

Ord. prohibiting driving with Qne set of wheels in track and one set j Referred.. . . 1328 

on pavement ' File 2561 

Wagons, etc., standing unhitched in streets, ord. amending Sec. j Referred — 1141 

1874, R. C ' Reported . . . 1384 

, , . . , . , u-v.- (Referred 384 

Wagons driven with two wheels in car track, etc., ord. prohibiting -j ^.^^ ^^^ ^^^g ^^^^ 

, . . , . ^ X--U-.- (Referred.... 1741 

Wagons driven with two wheels in car track, etc., ord. prohibiting -j 2^^^ 

Wards and the redistricting of, order for Judiciary Committee to prepare ord. for 

Referred 189 

Watchmen (night) for places having steam heating plants, ord. providing j Referred.... 1296 

for * File 1468 

Water pipes, wires, etc., ord. for laying before pavina: Referred 816 

.. r. . .r.. \ Referred.... 1735 

Water, repair of service pipes, ord. amending Section 10 in re j ^g.g 

Whistles or bells, ord. amending ©rd. in re use by peddlers (Sec. 2121, R. C.) 

Referred 2473 



COMMITTEE ON LICENSE. 

Page 
I Referred. 805, 951 

Auto Stage Co., ord. granting rights \ Reported ... 983 

( File 1697 

(See an ©rd. regulating running automobiles, 944.) 

Base ball parks, order for enforcement of law in re Referred 935 

Brewers and distillers, ord. amending ord. in re File 987 

(Passed 1179 

Butchers' license, ord. repealing Sec. 1230, R. C, 1897. (See meats) i y ^ ^ ^ t ^^ ;L236 

i Referred. ... 147 



Cab stands, ord. amending ord. (Sec. 10) regulating ^^ , .^^ 

(Referred.... 661 

Cab stands, ord. amending Sec. 498, R. C, 1897, making all public < , „„^ 

Failed to pass ^^'^'^ 

{ Referred. . . . 1340 

^^°^^^^°^^ • JFile 1697 

Referred.... 279 

"Can rushing," order prohibiting , 1 -r^-i qS7 

Chicago River, communication from Mayor with resolution of Chicago River Imp. Assn. 

and R. E. Bd. in re., removing bridges and lowering tunnels Referred 535 

Club houses, societies, etc., ord. declaring under dram shop act, v/here liquor is sold. .File 987 

Cigarettes, ord. amending (D. & P., Dec. 5th, 1898, page 1075) " 987 

( See ord. passed, page 937. ) 

(Referred.... 378 

Fire crackers, rockets, etc., ord. amending Sec. 672, R. C •<„ ^ ■, q~c^ 

' ' ' & 5 I Reported.... 6<5 

Garbage, etc., ord. regulating gathering and disposal by private scaven-j Referred — 534 

gers ( Passed 982 

( Referred 147 

Hack stands, ord. regulating j Reported.:. . 400 

« 



CXXXVIII INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON LICENSE— Continued. 

Page 

I Referred 661 

Hack stands, amending Sec. 498, R. C. (making all public) •< Reported i86 

'Failed to Pass 1477 

Hack stands, public, ord. amending Section 498, R. C 



Ice, ord. amending ord. of May 25th, 1896 (see 966, R. C, 1897) 



j Referred . . 
(File 


. 1340 


. 1697 


fReferred .. 


. 130 


1 Reported . . 

1 Re-Com . . . 

t Passed 


. 201 


. 343 


. 399 



Local Option — 

District in Buena Park, ord. creating, amendatory File 1984 

District bet. Prairie and Calumet avs., 29th st. and alley, etc., ord. (with pet.) 

creating Referred 971 

f Reported 1983 

District bounded by Prairie, Calumet, Michigan and Indiana i p ^ 2289 

avs., ord. creating '^Vetoed & Lost. 7.' 2293 

Another ord Referred 2301 

Malt liquor dealers, ord. concerning, wholesale Pile 987 

Meats, etc., ord. repealing amending ord. (passed July 12, 1897) to Sec. 1230. R. C 

Referred 718 

(See butchers' license.) 

Meats, amending Sec. 1230, R. C, as to license for smoked, salted and dried, ord 

Referred 2520 

Old geld, concerning sale, ord File 1984 

Peddlers, ord. requiring all to be citizens of United States File 987 

Prohifeition District, ord. creating, 150 feet southwest of Clark St., from ^ Referred ... 380 

Cullom av. to Irving Park blvd., with pet ) Reported. . . 985 

^ Re-Com 1180 

Reference to Com., Re-Con. and Passed 1265 

Prohibition District, 150 feet south of 51st, 200 feet east of State, thence to South Park, 

etc., ord. establishing Referred 2796 

Saioens — 

Boulevards, ord. prohibiting on Referred 2621 

Boulevards, ord. prohibiting issuance of licenses for " 2736 

At Hoyne av. and Jackson blvd., not to issue license for, order " 2621 

j Referred . . . 1523 
Licenses, resolution to enforce payment •< j^g Q^|.g(j -j^^g-j- 

Re-Com. with communication from City Collector 1709 

Reported 2561 

To investigate in re. issuance of, order , Referred 2301 

i Referred ... 134 

Within 300 feet of church or school, ord. prohibiting < 

( Reported . . . 985 

i Re-Com 177 

Weights, scale beams, etc., ord. concerning (reoorted page 2031, 1898-9) i Reported. . . 399 

/ 'Re-Com.... 1349 
Wholesale malt liquor dealers, ord. concerning Fiie 987 



INDEX. CXXXIX 

COMMITTEE ON MARKETS. 

Page 

Butcher shops, ord. for closing on Sunday Referred . . . 1735 

Willow street, ord. changing mark'et thereon to Dayton, Weed and Black- j Referred.. . . 76 

hawk sts •• < Passed 582 



COMMITTEE ON POLICE. 

Page 
Sullivan, John H., ord. granting right to erect fire alarm stations and public urinals 

under elevated stairways Referred 1586 



COMMITTEE ON RAILROADS. 

Page 

Archer ave. crossing, ord. compelling trains to stop at Pile 302 

Calumet Western Ry. Co., ©rd. granting rights '' 568 

Car service on W. 26th St., petition to regulate Referred 1172 

Chicago Electric Transit C©., ord. for tracks in Edmunds, Avondale, 54th and 56ta 

aves File 302 

Chicag® Equipment Co., ord. granting rights " 302 

Chicago, Mil. & St. P. Ry. Co., ord. authorizing electric power on Evanston Di- 
vision " 302 

'Chicago Terminal Transfer R. R, Co., ord. to lay tracks and to elevate i Reported 294 

roadbed "I S. and A., W. D. 575 

Grooved rail for street car tracks, ord. providing for use of Referred 1685 

Initiative and Referendum clauseln City's constitution, communication in re. 

necessity of '' 1845 

Lever brake on street cars, ord. for companies to equip with ._ File 302 

f Referred 1607 

Municipal ownership of street railways, resolution for | Adopted , . . 1919 
appointment of Committee to inquire and examine i Vetoed, Amended, Adopted. . 1930 
into question of ^ ^ Committee Appointed 2027 

^Northwestern Elevated R. R. Co., ord. extending terras for completion from December 

31, lb99 to October 1, 1900 Referred 1738 

(See ord. passed, page 2163.) 

(Referred.... 2£0 

Pullman Palace Car Co., ord. for laying tracks •< ^ , ^_^. 

I Passea 1041 

Railroad tracks on 14th, Dearborn sts. and Plymouth pL, order to remove File ' 302 

Referred 2S7 



Soft coal used Dy L. S. & M. S. Ry. switch engines, protest against-, ^ ^ , t 

•^ t. » J- a. ' To Smoke Inspector 5bS 

Switch tracks, where grant has expired, order to remove File 302 

Twenty-sixth St., West, petition to regulate car service Referred 117 

Wis2onsin Inland Lakes and Chicago Ry. Co., ord. granting rights File 302 



CXL INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON RULES. 

Pa^e 

Amendment to Rule 1, order for Committee to report on amendment (to j Referred 1295 

meet Mondays at 3 P M) 1 File 1385 

Amendment to Rule 41, order to include Committee on '-State Legislation" Referred 2474 

Committee reports other than Finance, order in re. calling up for action " 820 

New set of rules for Council, resolution for Committee to consider , . Adopted 6 

Protest against certain ruling of the Chair (Aid. Walsh) File 309 

Rules of Council, resolution for Committee to consider new set Adopted 6- 

iPub.&Ref'd 493 
Rules of Council, set of -j Reported.. . . 676 

Old rules substituted and adopted ''^62 



COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS. 

Buildings- ^""Se 

Auburn Park School, request for 12-room addition Referred 212' 

Auburn Park School, request for 6-room addition File 417 

(Reported... 727 
Auburn Park School, request for 12-room addition in place of 6-room. -^ Passed 862' 

Auburn Park School, request for additional appropriation to remove furnaces 

Referred 1491 

Auburn Park School, request for $12,000 to complete addition; order Reported 1599 

j Referred . . . 1985 
Auburn Park School, request for 12-room addition < ^^^^ 0430 

Avondale School, request for 16-room addition Passed 176 

j Referred . . . 1935 
Avondale School, request for 18-room addition < -p.^^^ 2480' 

( Referred ... 1935 
Belle Plaiue School, request for erection of 20-room building < ^.^^ ^^g^, 

(Referred ... 1935 

Calumet av. and 41st st., request for the erection of 22- room building. < ^.^^ ^^g^^ 

Darwin School, request and proposition in re. additional appropriation for. . .Con. in 603 

(Referred ... 1935 
Dore School, request for $15,000 additional to complete ■< -p,.^^ o^gQ 

Earle, Calumet av. (2), Dore, Selwyn and CuUom sts., Avondal® and Auburn Park 

Schools, request of Board of Education for additional appropriation . . .Referred 695 

( Referred ... 1935. 
Eighteenth Street School, request for 22-room building < ^.^^ 24^0' 

( Referred . . . 1935 
Eighty-third st., request for 18-room building < -pj^^ 24SO 

Ewing and Forquer sts. site, request for erection Referred 35 

( Referred . . . 1935 
Fernwood district, request for 9-room (}4 of 18-room) building ■< ^.^^ 2480' 

Fifteenth pi. and Washtenaw av., to appropriate $40,000 for 6-room j Referred .. . 1966 

building, order ' File 2272- 

( Referred . . . 1935 

Fifty-third and Loomis sts. , request for 26-room building -^ -^^^^ 248O 



INDEX. CXLI 

COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS^Continued. 

Buildings— Pa^e 

' Referred . . . 1935 



2480 



* ( Reported. . . 1177 

George Dewey School, request for additional appropriation to complete j p^^g^^^ ^q^q 



Referred.... 1355 



j Ref( 
Filty-third st. and Spauldingav., request for 8-roora building ■< ^^.^^ 

j Re 

i Pai 

JRe 
Harrison School, for 12- room addition, order < p ^.j -j^^gQ 

(Referred.... 1934 
Irving Park, request for 12-r0om building < p , ^^g^ 

(Referred.... 1935 
John Marshall School, request for 12-room addition •< ^^^ ^^ 

(Referred.... 1935 
Laurel av. and 33d St., request for erection of 18-room building ■( ^^^^ 

Madison Avenue Scho@l, request rescinding additional appropriation J Referred.. . . 430 

of $20,000 for. j File 675 

Madison Avenue School, request for additional appropriation to finish File 1601 

(See conamunication Avithdrawing request, 430.) 

f Referred.... 1935 
Maxwell and Desplaines sts., vicinity of, request for 22-room building-^ ^.^^ ^^^^ 

North Division High School, resolution to withhold contract for con- ( Referred..., 493 
struction of j File 728 

North Division High School, report of Board of Education as J Pub. and Referred. 888 
to bids I File 1177 

Nutt St., No. 27 to 43, site, request for erection Referred 35 

Robert A. Waller High School, order for additional appropriation of j Referred.... 1773 
$35,000 to complete ( Passed 2530 

Selwyn and Willis sts. site, request for 12-room building Passed 176 

(Referred.... 1935 
Talcott School, request for 12-room addition ] v^^ 2480 

Thirty-third ct. and Laurel st., for $25,000 for erection, order (with j Referred... . 1311 
report of Sub-Committee | Passed 1759 

Site— 

(Reported 417 

Avondale School, for site adioining < . ,, ,„ -, na.y 

^ j Amenaed and Passed 862 

(Referred.... 1934 
Cooper School, request for purchase and fitting up temporary quarters < -^., 040^ 

Cooper School, request for. purchase of additional " Referred 2578 

( Referred.... I934r 
Eighteenth Street School district, request for purchase j ^^ 

Evans & Nutt's sub., proposition of C. S. Schumacher to sell lots : or- j Referred ... 804 

der to rescind action of April 5, 1899 ( Passed 1265 

Foster School, request for purchase of additional site for relief of Passed 2514 

Garfield School, request for purchase of additional site for relief of. " 2514 ■ 

Harrison School, for purchase of 175 feet east and adjoining, order .' " 971 

( Referred . . . 1355 
Harrison School, for site adjoining, order ] td^oc^/i T-fia 



( Referred . . . 1935 
Harrison School, request for purchase of additional j „ ^„ 



€XLII INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON SCHOOLS-Continued. 
;Site— Page 



Maxwell and Desplaines sts., request for purchase in vicinity of. 



Referred . . . 1935 
File 2180 



^ (Referred.... 804 

Nuttst., No. 27 to 43, order rescinding purchase, oassed April 5, 1899. < _^ ^ ,^._ 

' & 7 - I Passed 126o 

Nutt St., No. 27 to 48, communication rescinding action of Board of j Referred — 1491 

Education of Nov. 1st, 1899, as to purchase ( File 1601 

Folic Street School (Ewing and Forquer sts.) request for purchase File 417 

( Referred..., 1934 

Polk Street School district, for purchase ] _., „ .^„ 

( File 2480 

Schley, W. S., School, request for purchase of additional Referred 2578 

Talcott School, request for purchase of adjoining and erection of 12- ^ Referred..,. 1935 

room addition 1 File 2480 

Talcott School, request for purchase of additional Referred 2578 

Washburne School, request for purchase of additional site for relief of " 2514 

Miscellaneous — 

Agassiz School, pet. for better accommodati®n " 555 

Andrews, Dr. E. Benjamin, resolution criticising and calling for resig- j Referred 1965 

nation as Superintendent of Schools ( File 2272 

Austin School property, communication in re. settlement of valuation of. . .Referred 2850 
Blanchard, Mrs., permit to erect railing, etc., in front Thos. Hoyne ' Referred — 1970 

School, order * Reported . . . 2272 

(Referred..., 430 
Land in Hilliard & Hitt's subdivision, order to sell to Klein & Casey, -j p„ggg^ 2040 

Re-con and referred to Finance ll'^4 

Parental School, for issuance of $125,000 bonds to erect, ord Referred 2058 

Property ©f school fund, lot 7, block 2, Billiard & Hitt's subdivision, / Referred..., 430 

communication from Board of Education as to sale to Klein &-| Passed 1040 

Casey ^ Finance 1174 

Sacramento av. and Twenty-f®urth st., in re. dedication of 33 ft. for street File 417 

School Committee, reply to charge made by President Graham H. Harris. Pub. and File 2887 

Studies in public schools, resolution memorialize Legislature relative to File 200 

Vouchers for school sites and buildings, resolution for Comptroller to J Referred.. . . 1585 

honor none unless, etc. ' Ad©pted. . . . 2445 



COMMITTEE-SPECIAL. 

Assessed Valuation — Page 

Appointment of Committee of one Hundred to pet. Legislature Con. in 1829 

Appointment of certain persons in lieu of foregoing " 2081 

Bullet Proof Cloth, report and recommendation Reported 1029 

■Chicago River (widening and deepening and removal of center pier bridges) — 

Appointment of Commission of twenty -five Con, in 776 

Report of Commissson Pub. and H., V. and B. 1914 

Communication from Mayor in re Pub. and H., V. and B. 2291 

Deep Waterway Scheme, Appointment ©f Committee Con. in 1351 

Dewey, Admiral — 

Appointment of Committee of twenty-five to entertain " 592 

Appointment of Committee of ten additional " 876 

Drainage Canal Water Power — 

Committee appointed " §'''6 

Resolution instructing Committee Adopted 8:^4 



INDEX. CXLIII 

COMMITTEE-SPECIAL— Continued. 

Drainage Canal Water Power— Page 

Report ot Committee, with resolution Resolution adopted 2016 

Sanitary Trustees and City, brder to execute agreement between ; Reported 2193 

Sanitary Trustees and City, ©pinion ®f Corp. Counsel on power of City to contract. . 

' Referred 2407 

Fall Festival Association, appointment of Committee to co-operate with Con. in 593 

Harbor District and Canal on North Side, appointment of Committee " 1768 

Intercepting Sewer in 25th Ward, appointment of Committee to investigate " 208 

Municipal Ownership of Street Railways, appointment of Committee " 2027 

Parks (Small) and Playgrounds 

Adopted. . . . 1585 



Resolution to appoint Committee , . , , ,^j.„ 

^^ I Amended... 1750 

Committee appointed Con. in 1767 

Park in 8th ward, pet. for Referred 2623 

Park bet. 59th, 60th, Centre and Throop, pet for " 2522 

Park in vicinity of 46th st. and Shields av., pet. for location of " 2547 

Park or parks in 26th ward, order for consideration of " 2555 

Reduced railroad fares to country merchants, committee appointed Con. in 593 

Schoolyard playgrounds, C®mmittee appointed " 1627 

Street car tickets, devising uniform system " 876 

Street Lighting — 

Appointment of Committee Con. in 1926 

Bids and specifications Reported 2305 

Commonwealth Electric Co. (bid) " 2491 

American Development Co., order accepting bid " 2S93 

Street Railway Systems > for investigation of various matters in connection with) — 

Committee appointed Con. in 2027 

Resolution for Committee to report on rights in re. propelling power, etc.. . .Adopted ♦2181 

Joint Streets and Alleys North and South — •' 

Boulevard system between North and South Sides, resolution for report 

on the Hayes plan .Referred 1172 

Boulevard system between North and South Sides, ord. and petition to give 
control to Boards of Lincoln Park Commissioners and South Park Com- 
missioners '' 1900 

Joint Streets and Alleys North, West and South — 

Cost of street improvements, communication from Board of Local Im- 
provements concerning '. '* 183 

Western Elevated Railroad Company, ord. granting rights " 137 

Joint Streets and Alleys South and North — 

Connecting boulevards, ord. and petition giving control to Boards of Lincoln 

Park and South Park Commissioners " 1900 

Connecting boulevards, resolution t© consider the Hayes plan " 1172 

Joint Streets and Alleys South and West — 

Washington street tunnel foot passageway, report of companies using "• 2514 

Joint Streets and Alleys West and North — 

Ogdeu av., from Randolph st. to LaSalle av., two ords and estimates. .Referred 1069, 1075 
(Afterward referred to Streets and Alleys West and North, respectively.) 

Swenie portrait, on location of, committee appointed Con. in 1798 

Track elevation ^see following Streets and Alleys, West Division). 

Tunnels and bridges (see Committee on Chicago River) . 



COMMITTEE ON STREET NOMENCLATURE. 

Page 

Names of streets, resolution for investigation of confusion in Referred 822 



CXLIV INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS NORTH. 

Page 

Beiden av., from Sedg-wick st. to North Park av., communication from J Referred.. . , 71 

Commissioner of Public Works in re. grade ( File 1985 

Bott, Bruno, order permit for telephone wire File 849 

Chica,?© Autumnal Festival Company, ord. for Stadium on Ohio st Referred 942 

Chicago Telephone Company, order for permit for wires to 1122 Southport av File 849 

( Referred.... 1740 
Glickauf, E. S., order for permit to repair sidewalk at 363 East Indiana s^- "^ p^gsed... . . . 2076 

Helm, Alderman, made member of the committee in place of Aid. Walker Con. in 762 

/ Referred 947 

Larrabee st., north of Webster av.. ord. changing name to Hamilton ct. -^ Passed 1478 

' Vetoed and Lost 1485 

Ogden pL, ord. naming alley in Block 8 Bushnell's addition File 849 

Opening — 

Alley between Goethe, Division and Wells sts. and LaSalle av., ord. and estimate. .. 

Referred 2033 

Alley between Lill av. and Dunning st., from Perry st. to alley east, order for. . .File 849 

0"-den av., from Larrabee st. to LaSaile av., ord Referred 1391 

(Referred.... 820 
Otto St., between Wood and Paulina sts., order for water pipe < p^^g^^ 2076 

Parks and Boulevards- 
Burton pi., from Dearborn av. to Lake Shore Drive, ord. turning over control to 

Lincoln Park Commissioners Referred 1926 

Dearborn av., from Burton pi. to Ohio st. (with petition for and against), ord. turn- 
ing over control to Lincoln Park Commissioners File 2076 

Pine St., from Ohio to Indiana sts., ord. turning over control to Lincoln Park Com- 
missioners Passed 2017 

State St., from Burton pi. to North av. (with petition), ord. turning J Referred.... 145 
over control to Lincoln Park Commissioners ( Passed 1700 

Wrightwood av., from Clark st. to Lincoln Park, ord. turning over control to Lin- 
coln Park Commissioners Referred 1519 

Ptailroads — ° 

BuUen, George, & Co., ord. for switch, track in Illinois st File 849 

, .,,_ / Referred ... 713 

C, M. & St. P. Ry. Co. (Evanston Div.), ord. for electric power (with ) p^pQ^-tg^j _ §37 

petition) I Re-Cora ... 1177 

( Referred . . . 1970 
C. & N. W. Ry. Co., ®rd. for switch track at N. Water and La Salle. . j p^^^g^^ 2.504 

Vetoed, amended and passed 2511 

'Chicago Union Traction Co. in Indiana, Ontario, Boulevard and Ohio sts. and Chi- 
cago av., ©rd. granting rights for one year Referred 940 

North Side Electric Street R. R., petition for car line on St. Clair st File 2076 

North Side Electric Street R. R., ord. and petition for car line on Dearborn av., 

St. Clair St., etc " ^^^^ 

People's G. L. & Coke Co., ord. for switch track in Hawthorne av Referred 149 

(Referred.... 717 
Richardson, O. S., & Co., ord. for switch track across Hawthorne av. -j -p,^^^^^ ^q^^ 

Switch tracks (on North Side), list submitted by the Mayor Referred 1618 

Western Elevated R. R. Co., (See Special Com., under joint S. & A., W., N. & S.) 

Repair shops in rear Chicago av. pumping station, order for removal File> 849 

Rood, James J. Jr., order permit to lay sewer in Leavitt and Argyle sts. j Referred.... 820 

and St. Anthony's ct (Passed...... 2076 

Schmidt (Wm.) Baking Co., order permit to enclose shed File 849 

Sidewalks of plank, order that no more ords. be submitted until, etc Referred 2433 

Stalium on Ohio St. (temporary), ord. for erection " 942 



INDEX. CXLV 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS NORTH— Continued. 
Street Improvement — 

Belle Plaine av. from Robey to W. Rav. Pk., ord. and estimate. . . 

Byron st. from Clark to W. Rav. Pk. (system), ord. and estimate. . 





Pag-e 


Referred.. 


. 544 


Reported. 


. 845 


Referred.. 


. 623 


Passed . . . 


. 1258 



Halsted st., from Montrose to Leland, ord. and estimate File 849 

Kinzie st., from LaSalle to North Water, remonstrance against paving " 849 

Lunt av., from Ridge av. to Sheridan Road, order to remove stay. " 849 

Pine St., from Indiana to North Water, ®rd. and estimate "^ 849 

Robey st., from Roscoe st. to a straight line, etc., ord. repealing ord. ( Referred . . . 940 

of May 8. T899 ( File 2076 

Vacation — 

Alley in Blk. 7, Pullerton's 2d Add.. 30, 40, 14, ord Referred 380 

Alley adjoining Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 31, C. T. Sub. 38, 40, 14, ord File 849 

^^ . . ^ . . n . . \ Referred.... 820 

Water main in Otto st., between Wood and Paulina, order for b-inch. ....■<„ ^ ^„ ^ 

■ I Passed 2076 

Referred.... 1807 

Wittbold, George, order permit for temporary lootwalk < ^ , ^^^^, 

I Passed 2076 

/ Referred.... 1461 

2ipprich, J. C, order permit for driveway < Reported . . . 1821 

(passed 2504 



COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS SOUTH. 

Page 

Alexander, H., order permit for bridge and subway Reported 835 

Alley alongside L. S, & M. S. R. R., order for removal of obstructions in " 407 

Board ®f Local Improvements, eoraraunication from in re. cost of street improve- 
ments File 409 

. » . . . (Referred.... 190 

Brasington, George, order permit ror fruit stand < ^ ^ ^ 

I Reported . . . 408 

Building southwest corner Clark and Adams sts., order rescinding order j Referred 2128 

to complete | File 2279 

Charles st., between 104th and 105th sts., order to remove obstructions Referred 712 

Continuous roadway from Lake Front Park to Jackson Park, three orders for estimates, 

surveys, etc File 409, 410 

Drake estate, order permit for bay window Passed 867 

(Passed 588 

Fence southwest corner 55th and Wallace sts., order for removal { ^-r . -, -.t ^^^ 

j Vetoed and Lost 593 

Fence around new PostoflSce, order for construction Passed 588 

( Referred 666 

■Grade of sidewalk at 59th St. crossing L. S. & M. S., etc., Rys <^ ^ ^ , t^. 

' j Referred to Fin. 836 

Griesheimer, Fred, order for storm door . , File 409 

Habicht & Brown, order permit hole in sidewalk " 409 

( Referred 1059 

Hack stands (public), ord. amending See. 498, Revised Code ■< ^ ^ , .^ . ,„,^ 

I Referred to License 1340 

„ , ( Referred.. . . 128 

Hub, The, order for storm door i -^.^ ^^^ 

' ( File 836 

Jacobs, Mary Whipple, order permit excavation under sidewalk, etc. j Referred — 1812 

(South Chicago av) "j Passed 2012 

Kern, Albert F., ord. permitting passageways Refcred 1594 

Layton, C. A., order permit storm doors " 1376 



CXLVl INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS SOUTH— Continued. 

Page 

McLennon, C, ©rder permit house drains File 409 

Monroe St., No. 80 (Leonard-Brooks' estate), order permit for bay window Referred 2625 

Montgomery Ward & Co., ord. permit construction of coal hole Referred 1370> 

(Referred.... 276 
Netcher, Charles, order permit for bay windows, etc j Passed 1040 

Newfleld, M. , order permit for show case Referred 1370' 

Northwestern Safe & T. Co. , order permit for storm door File 409 

Obstructions in alley alongside L S. & M. S. R. R. , order for removal Reported 407 

Obstructions, excavations, etc., ord. requiring permit for Referred 388 

Obstructions, A., T. & S. F. Ry Co., order for removal of obstructions in Ply- 
mouth pi. " 2302 

Opening — 

Alley, south of 37th st. bet. Ellis and Cottage Grove aves. , ord. repealing File 409 

Avenue N., from 98th to99thsts., order for railroads to open Passed 1178 

Fifty-eighth St., across P., F. W. & C. Ry., ord. repealing File 409 

Haynes ct., from 31st to Lyman sts., order for B. L. Imp. 409 

LaSalle St., from Jackson to Van Buren sts., order for File 409 

( Joint S. & A. W. & N.1069, 1075 
Ogden av., from Randolph st. to LaSalle av. (two ord.) j ^ ^^^^ 

One Hundredth st., across C, R. L & P. Ry., ord. repealing File 409 

Sixty-sixth pi., from Halsted to Union, ord. repealing '' 409 

Thirty-second st., from LaSalle to Princeton, order to rescind stay -. Reported 409 

Union av., from 121st to 122d, order for P., C, C. & St. L. Ry. Co. to open File 836. 

Parks and Boulevards — 

System of boulevards (Portions of, etc., 16th, 18th, 29th, 33d, 35th, 37th, 51st, 68th, 
. ' 70th, 77th and 98th sts., Muskeffon, Bond, Wheeler, Yates, East End, Lake, 
Oak wood avs., etc.), petition and ord. turning over control to South Park Com- 
missioners Referred 189& 

Amended to include 87th st. and Western av " 2058 

Petition and @rd. amending Sec. 2 (Prairie av.) " 3063 

Thirty-seventh St., petition for boulevarding bet. Michigan av and Grand blvd.Re-Com. 1331 

Pullman Land Association, ord. accepting dedication of streets in S. W. J4 { Referred. .. 1377 

S. E. >/, 3, 37, 14 \ Passed 1538 

Railroads — 

A., T. & S. F. Ry. Co. in Plymouth pL, order for removal of obstructions. .Referred 2302 
A., T. & S. F. Ry. Co., order for report as to its compliance witb building ord^Referred 2302 
Calumet Electric Street Ry. Co., ord. extension of tracks in C©ttage Grove av., 

from 72d to 71st sts Passed 1042 

Calumet Electric Street Ry. Co., revocation by Cal. and C. Canal & Dock Co. and A. 

R. Beck Lumber Co. of frontage consents Referred 2030 

Calumet Electric Street Ry. Co., revocation (corrected) of A. R. Beck Lumber Co. 

of frontage consents Referred 2248 

Calumet Electric Street Ry. Co., ord. extension of line in Ewing av. and95th st '' 2055 

j Re-Com .... 669 
Calumet Western Ry. Co., ord. for rights north of 106th st < Passed 1030 

Refei-red 662 

Reported 831 

Chicago City Ry. Co. in Archer av., ord. granting J Amended and Re-Com 1*30 

right to operate ] Substitute Ord. Reported 1753 

I Passed 1822 

■^ Vetoed, Amended & Passed.. 1839 
Chicago City Ry. Co. at 55th st and Cottage Grove av., pet. declaring shops and 



r 



yards a nuisance. 



.Referred 2439 



INDEX. CXLVII 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS SOUTH— Continued. 

Railroads— Page 

Chicago City Ry. Co., resolution t© run -'necessary ears" to 79th st File 1340 

Chicago City Ry. Co., troUe;^ wires in State and Madison sts. and Wabash av., 

ord. for File 409 

Chicago Railway Equipment Co., ord. granting- rights File S36 

Chicago & W. Ind. R. R. Co. in Taylor st., order for report number of tracks per- 
mitted, etc. Referred 2302 

Fairbank Company, order to remove switch track File 1472 

Fairbank, TheN. K., Co., ord. for switch track across 20th ( ^®^®^''^'®^ ^^^'^ 

St. and Sheridan pi j Reported 2278 

' Passed as Amended 2312 

Knickerbocker Ice Co., order for removal of switch track File 1472 

Lake av., protest against railway on i' ggg 

Mc Reynolds Elevator Co., ord. for switch track, i ^e^'^'^'^^d . . . 1173 

( Passed 2016 

Mahla & Chappell, order for removal of switch track File 1472 

P., P. W. & C. Ry. Co., order for removal of tracks in Stewart av., bet. 39th and 

47th sts _ _Ylle 1472 

Switch tracks in South Side, list of, submitted by the Mayor Referred 1618 

Union Elevated Railroad Co., ord. for extension of platforms at Clark and at 

State sts File 409 

I Reported . . . 406 

Viall, O. A. , ord. for switch track J Passed 1429 

' Vet. & Lost 1435 
Western Elevated Railroad Co. (See Special Committee Joint S. & A.. N., W. & S.) 
Reid, Murdoch & Co., ord. permitting platform on sidewalk at Lake and j Referred . . . 652 

Market sts ] Passed 855 

Rosalie ct., from 57th to 59th sts., ord. setting aside as a pleasure driveway (with pet.)File 409 

St. Luke's Hospital, ©rd. permit to grade, etc., bet. I.C.R.R., 14th & 16th sts. -! ^^^*^^'^'®^-- • • ^^S 

(Reported... 835 

Sidewalks of stone, etc., in certain districts, ord, concernino- i "^®^®^''®*^ ^'^^^ 

buildingof ]^^'''^ ^537 

^ Vet., Amended and Passed 1551 
Sidewalks of plank, order for B. L. Imp. to submit no further ords. for, until, etc. , Referred 2433 

(See Committee on Judiciary.) 

Sixty-third pi., p§t. against building stores facing '' 2465 

/Referred.... 128 

South Halsted Street Iron Works, order permit for derrick J Passed 1045 

i Vet. & Lost 1057 

South Halsted Street Iron Works, order permit for derrick. Referred 1137 

Sprague, Warner & Co., communication from in re. raising sidewalk -' 2162 

Street Improvements — 

Passed 532 

Cost of Street improvements, communication from Board of Local Improvements 

concerning File 409 

Forty-seventh st., from Halsted to State sts., ord. and estimate Referred 2425 

Indiana av., from ISth to 39th sts., ord. and estimate " 539 

Kinzie st., from 50th to 47th avs., etc., system, ord. and estimate Passed 865 



Lake av., from Oakwood av. to 51st st., ord. and estimate . 
State St., from 26th to 39th sts., asphalt, ord. and estimate. 



Referred.... 1937 

File . . 2279 

Referred . . . 356 
B. ofL. Imp. 836 



CXLVIII INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS SOUTH— Continued. 

Street Improvement- ' Referred .. .^21^6 



State St., from 26th to 39th sts., ord. and estimate -j p^^^^^ 2314 

Th rty-fourth st., from Rhodes to Cottag-e Grove avs., order for ord. File 409 

Thirty-seventh St., from Michigan av. to Grand blvd., pet. to boulevard Re-Com. 1331 

^^^^^'°^- (Referred... 666 
Alley in Cal. & C. Canal & Dock Co. Sub., Blk. 82, ord ^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^ 

Alley in Dauphin Park Sub ^ -^' V ' ^ "^'^'^ i^S 

o -(ST 1/ a -R^ (Referred 1137 

Alley, north and south, in Sub. W. H, N. W. }{, S. W. ^, b. -l^- J q^^^^ Reported. 1339 



1^,32,39,14; pet I Passed H77 

AUev in Wadsworth's Add. t) Woodlawn, ord Passed 1348 

Greenwood av., from 56th to 57th sts., and alley bet. 56th and 57th, Greenwood and 

^ . , Reported 734 

Lexing-ton • ..^^ 

Amended and deferred ^ ' 

Deferred for proper ord ^ 

Referred to Corporation Counsel for ord _• • • -Lo^^ 

Water main in 87th St., from Winchester av. to Throop St., ord. repealing File 409 

'Referred.... 128 



Woman's Athletic Club, order permit for storm door. < -p.^^ 4Q9 



COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS WEST. 

Page 

Barber Asphalt Co., order permit to erect two buildings at Paulina st and river.Referred 2125 
(See permit granted by resolution, p. 2547.) 

(Referred.... 282 

Benson, C. L., order permit for driveway into building. ] j^ep^ried ... 416 

Board of Local Improvements and cost of improvements, communications from, con- ^^^ 

cerning 

(Referred.... 384 
Brown, Sam Jr., order permit, to connect water main \ ^..^^ ^-g 

( Referred.... 1972 
Church society at 48th av. and Fulton St., order to remove edifice | ^^^^^^ ^236 

, Order rescinded p. 2438.) 

Citv property in W Water st.. report in re. occupancy by private parties.^ Referred 2107 

Crane Co. petition to purchase alley running from 12th pi. to Wilson st File 416 

' i Referred 599 

Deed tor land to Village of Grossdale for street, ord. authorizing conveyance -j^p^^^^^^ ;; "_ '_ -jg^g 

Fahrney Dr. Peter, ©rder permit for conduit • Fi^e 416 

j Referred 559 

Frake, James, order. permit use of space in Bixby pi -^ -p.^^ ggj^ 

( Referred 599 

Grossdale (village) , ord. authorizing deed to strip of land for street -I p^^^^^^^ _ _ ' ' * ^^^^ 

{ Referred 656 

Kinley Manufacturing Co., order permit to excavate alley -j ^.^^ gg^ 

Lake St. improvement (Ashland to .Western), order to issue no voucher to Gaffney & 

\., ^ Referred 1742 

Long until, etc 

Land (triangular piece 67 feet south of Jackson, etc.) petition to vacate j Referred.. . . 1869 

.....) Ord. Passed 2530 
and open , • I 



INDEX. CXLIX 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS WEST— Continued. 

Page 

Markets, ord. concerning wagons at Randolph st. market (see Sec. 1223 j Referred 1592 

Revised Code) -i | Passed 1759 

i Referred 719 

Market st. grade, order for restoration per former Council order -/ 

'" ( File 1340 

National Biscuit Co., ©rd. for subwav across W. 13th st J Referred.. . . 12o6 

■■■■ (File 2568 

Newberry, Geo. G. & Co., ord. permit laying water mains and drains in i Referred.... 804 

Pierce, Beach and Hirsch sts \ Reported 9S8 

(See an ord. passed, page 952.) 

Northern Milling Co., order permit for pipe across W. Water st File 306 

Northern Milling C®. , order permit for pipe across W. Water st : Referred 491 

Northern Milling C©., to tear up pipe across Y^. Water st Reported 572 

Opening — 

Alley bet. Francis pi., Point st. and Armitage av., order for Referred 1804 

Ogden av., from Randolph st. to Chicago av Referred 1391 

Railroads — 

Chicago Consolidated Traistion C©., ord. for elimination of compensation clause and 

for 5-cent fare on Milwaukee, Elston and Lincoln avs Referred 2894 

(See Committee ©n Judiciary.) 
Chicago Electric Transit Co., ord. for line in Edmunds, Avondale, 56th and Kcdzie 

avs File 416 

Chicago & Jefferson Urban Transit Co., ord. for line on Grand av., bet. Armitage 

and Fullerton avs ; .File 416 

Chicago Junction Rv. Co., ord. for switch track aeross 26th st., etc 

* File 573 

C. &N. W.Ry. Co., ord. for switch track in Elston av. ..: (Referred.... 1967 

i Passed 2224 

C. & N. W. Ry. Co., ord. for switch track in Elston av... Re. C©n., Amended & Passed 2246 

• C. & N. W. Ry. Co., ord. for switch track in Grand av \ ^^^ferred.. . . 2265 

( Reported . . . 2567 

C. & N. W. Ry. Co., order to remove switch track off Marianna st Reported 416 

C. T. T. R. R. Co., in 27th ward, ord. for construction and elevation. Referred 1151 

C. T. T. R. R. Co., viaducts at Polk, Taylor, 12th, Halsted, Canal sts. and Blue 

Island av., ©rd. to compel to repair Referred 2851 

Chicago Union Traction Co., ord. f©r extension in North av., from 40th to 46th 

avs. {with petitions) Pub. and Referred 2555 

Certificate of publication by Co File 2598 

Frontage petition verified Referred 2598 

Ordinance reported 2800 

Recommitted 2894 

Chicago Western Elevated R. R. Co. (See Joint Committees S. and A., N., W. 
and S. in Special committees). 



Church, Jesse P., ord. for switch track. 



Referred . . . 1462 

File 2076 

Clayton, Charles W., ord. for switch track across Armitage av ■! ® ®^^® •••• ^^^ 

( File 573 

Clayton, Charles W., ord. for switch track across Armitage av \ '^^^^^^'^^- ■ ■ ^^^ 

I File 1177 

Coffeen, M. D., ord. repealing ord. for switch, passed Feb. 3, 1896 Passed 583 

, Reported 572 

Eckart, John W., ord. lor switch track i Called Up, No Action . 772 

( Passed 033 



CL INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS WEST— Continued. 

Railroads— ^'^^^ 

, Referred 1869 

Gates Iron Worlds, ord. for switch track across Elston, Red- j p^gg^^ 2570 

field, Wateansia, alley, etc j yetoed and Lost 3576 

McCormick Harvesting Machine Co., ord. for switch track across J Referred... . 1683 
-,„ ^ 1 " . . . 2472 

Western av ', 

MilwaukeeanaCrockerChairCo.'s tracks on Jefferson St., order for removal.Referred 717 
N©rthern Electric Ry., ord. amending ord. Feb. 27, 1899, extending j Referred.. . . 492 

time, etc., to complete : ^ Passed 1044 

Rasmussen, R., order to remove switch in Bloomiugdale rd. Reported 416 

I Referred ... 492 

Suburban Electric Co., ord. in re. removal of tracks of Northern Pa- J File 854 

citic Ry. in 40th av ) Re-Com 1172 

^File 1391 

Switch tracks on West Side, list submitted by the Mayor Referred 1618- 

Switch tracks of Prod. Ref. Co., Chicago Strawboard Co.. H. H. Forsyth, U. S. 

and Pacitic Express Co., et al., order to tear up Referred 1804 

Western Elevated R. R. Co., ord. (See Joint S. and A. N., W. and S. in Special 
Committees.) 

i Referred.... 2471 
Richardson. O. S. & Co., ord. for tunnel across Elston av < Passed 2894 

Roadway — 

Fiftheeath Ward, ©rd. establishing width of Francisco, Humboldt, j Referred .. . 134 

Lee, Noble, Sacramento, Warsaw and Wellington sts. and avs. . . . ' Reported.. . . 305 

Van Buren St., from 40th to 45th avs., ord. establishing File 416 

Sewers — 

Forty-second av.. from Division to Hirsch sts , ord. repealing File 416 

Lawrence av., from river to north and south i^ section line Sec. 17, etc., ord. for 

main Passed 161 

Ohio St., from 46th to 48th avs., ord. repealing File 416 

Ontario st., from 46th to 48th avs., ord. repealing " 416 

Sidewalks- 
Referred.... 361 
Ashland av., from r2th to 22d sts., ord. and estimate -j j^gpQ3,^g(j_ _ _ 759 

(Referred.... 361 
Carroll av., frr)m 43d av. to Belt Railway, ord. and estimate j Reported. . . 757 

Eighteenth pi., from Ashland av. to 200 feet west of Wood st., ord. j Referred.... 623 

and estimate j Reported .. . 989 

Referred.... 361 

Forty-first av., from Madison to Kinzie, ord. and estimate (Reported 756 

Forty-fifth av., from Washington to Randolph, order rescinding order j Referred.. . . 2128 

to fix at curt) | Reported. . . 2193 

Johnson st., from 18th to 22d sts., ord. and estimate Reported 414 

(Referred.... 2621 
Kinzie st., from Sangamon to Ashland, ord. repealing < p,.^^ ^^^^ 

Kinzie st. , from 47th to 48th avs. , petition for Referred 662 



T© Board of Local Improvements. 



761 

Lay to curb on Polk, Harvard, Homan, etc., resolution establishing ^width of road- 
way and to Referred 2621 

Plank sidewalks, order for Board of Local Improvements t© submit j Referred.. . . 2433 

no more until, etc. (see Judiciary) j File 2490 

Sixteenth st., fr©m Halsted to Robey, ord, repealing.... File 416 



Fortieth av., from north line produced, etc., from first alley 
north of Fillmore to 16th sts. , ord. and estimate , . 



INDEX. CLI 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS WEST— Continued. 

Sidewalks— Page 

Twenty-second st., from Homan av. to Chicago River, communication ( Referred 1773 

in re. status of present ord. and ord. repealing same | File 3075 

i Referred 623 
Whipple St., from North av. to Bloomingdale rd., ord. and estimate. . i -^., 

1 Pile 762 

Street Improvement — 

/Referred...., 698 

Adams St., from Center to Western, ord. and estimate } Reported 849 

( Referred back B. L I. . 1030 

(Referred.... 490 

Alley, bet. Spruce, Plum, Laflin and Loomis, order for an ord { 

I To B. L. I. . 761 

Center av., from Grand to Milwaukee avs., order for brick improvement and repeal- 
ing existing ord Referred 2619 

^, , , (Referred.... 361 

Fillmore st., from 40th to 42a avs., ord . and estimate { 

I Reported. . . 752 

Referred 2107 

Majority Report 2279 

Minority Report 2286 

Lost 2325 

Re-Con. ana Passed . . . 2431 

Vetoed and Lost 2448 

Fortieth av., from north line produced, etc., from first alley north of ( Referred 2417 

Fillmore to 16th sts., etc., ord. and estimate | Passed 2529 

i Referred.... 1456 

Forty-first av., from Madison to Kinzie, ord. and estimate k ^ , ^^„_ 

( Passed 223^ 

Forty-fifth av., from Lake to Kinzie, ord. repealing File 416 

( Referred .. 1449 

Harrison st., from Belt Ry. to 48th av., etc., (system) ©rd and estimate -^ ^ , ^„^ 

( Passed 1608 

Kinzie st., from 50th av. to 579 feet east of 47th av. (system), ord. and estimate 

. Referred 607 

_. , (Referred.... 662 

Kmzie St., from 4<th to 48th avs- -1 ^ ^ 

( B. L. 1 761 

Laflin st., from 21st to 22d, ord. and estimate 1 _ / "" 

(Reported... 569 

TT , ^ -r-r ,..,., , \ Reported... 410 

Lake st., from Halsted to Ashland, ord. and estimate. -^ „ 

I File 431 

( Referred 622 

Loomis St., from 21st to 22d, ord. and estimate \^ _ 

1 ToB. L. I.. 991 

Tv^ , r^ ^ n ^ ^ . . n (Referred.... 804 
JSeweerry, Geo. G., & Co., ord. permit improvement sundrv streets. . . -^ 

(Reported... 988 

(See ©rd. passed 952.) 

North av., from Milwaukee to Western, ord. repealing File 416 

o, . ^. ^ . . (Referred... 616 
bawyer av., from Diversey to Belmont, etc., svstem, ord. and estimate -% 

I Reported. . . 737 

o ,T X. T.. . . .T , ' , , . Referred.... 1079 
fepauiding av., from Division to North, etc., svstem, ord. and estimate -( _ 

I Passed 1760 

( Referred.... 2599 

( File 2802 



Tell pi., from Milwaukee to Ashland, ord. repealing 

Twenty-second st., from Lumber to Ashland, ord. repealin; 



( Referred. . . . 1801 
i File 2076 



CLII INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON STREETS AND ALLEYS WEST— Continued. 

Street Improvement— , Page 

Twenty-second st., from Ashland to Western and from Lumber to i Referred — 2300 

Ashland, ord. rescinding stay ' Reported. . . 2442 

Wood St., from Kiiizie to Chicago, order staying .• Referred 1592 

Twenty-second st., near Western av., order to compel railroads to keep clear Pile 416 

Vacation — 

Alley in Blanchard's Sub., Blk. 1, N. W. }i 26, 40, 13, ord Referred 2555 

Alley in Chicago Land Co. 's Sub., Blk. 16, 3, 39, 13 Pile 416 

Alley in Derby's i^dd., Blk. 3. between PuUerton and Park avs., 9, j Referred.. . . 190 

39, 13, ord * Passed 424 

/Referred.... 2300 

Alley in Diller's Sub., C. T. Sub., Blk. 40, 7, 39, 13, petition \ Orel. Rept. . 2490 

' Re-Com 2570 

Alley in Fricke & Dose's Sub., request Board of Education, ord File 161 

Alley in Jordan's Resub., Blk. 4, 24, 39, 13, ord ] ^®'®^'^"®^" " " ]^^^^ 

Alley in Jordan's Resub., Blk. 4, 24, 39, 13, ord -j "" .^ '^" 9303 

Alley south of Lake st.. Lots 3 and 4 in E. 5 acres E. )< S. W. \i Sec. 11, 39, ord. File 416 

( Referred 1254 
Alley in Meyerhofl's Sub., Lot 14, Blk. 2, 5, 19, 14, ord -| p^^^^^ "' ' ' ^^gg 

Vetoed, Amended and Passed 1768 
Alley in School Sec. Add., N. and S., Blk. 43, in S. K, o^d Referred 283 

/Referred.... 804 
Alley in Scott's (Dr. L) Add., ord \ Reported... 987 

( File 1177 

(See ord. passed, 964.) 
Alley in A. Spetz's Resub., Blk. 28, Sheffield, 31. 4, 14, ord Referred 2620 

/ Referred.... 1378 
Alley in J. F. Thompson's North av. Sub. , 3, 39, 13, ord \ Reported . . . 2442 

( Lost 2505 

( Referred 246& 
Alley in J. F. Thompson's North av. Sub., 3, 39, 13, ord | t d " ' " 2566 

M Referred.... 1683 
Alley in Union Park Add., Blk. 9, ord -j -j^g^^ 

( Referred.... 158^^ 
Alley in Vauatta's Sub., Blk. 6, 34, 40, 13, ord j Passed 2226 

Alley in Walker's Douglas Park Add., Sub Blk. 1, Blk. 1 , ord Referred 2262 

Fairfield av.. North (Linden av.), ord " 1518 

Thomas (Emery) St., from Central Park to Grand avs., ord " 1684 

Viaduct at Chicago av., ord. to plank incline " IS''^^ 

Water supply pipe in Fleetwood av., from north of Blanche st. to Division, ord. 

repealing File 416 

Western Electric Company, ord. for subways and bridgeways in certain alleys. .Referred 283 

(See ord. passed, 949.) 



COMMITTEE ON TRACK ELEVATION (SPECIAL.) 

Page 

Appointment of committee ISl 

All tracks from Stewart west, between 15th and 17th sts., order for elevation. . .Referred 1800 



INDEX. CLIII 

COMMITTEE ON TRACK ELEVATION (SPECIAL)— Continued. 

Page 
A., T. & S. F., C, Mad. & N., Chicago & Alton, U. S. Y. & T., C. Ter. j Reported. . . 309 
Trant. and P., C, C. & St. L.,R. R. Cos., ord. for elevation of tracks. ( Passed .... 505 
Communication from P., F. W. & C. Ry. Co. asking further time in which to 

accept ^^"^ 

Ord. amended as 1o commencement of work and acceptance Passed 814 

Belt Line Ry. of Chicago, ord. changing plane, and the elevation of tracks Referred 1160 

Chicago & Alton R. R. (22d st. to California av.), A., T. & S. F., C, Mad. / j^gj.-gj.j.g^ -^-^n 
&N.,U. S.Y. &T., C.Ter. Trans. andP.,C..C.&St.L. R.R. Cos. in^p^g^g^ ■■" g^gg 
conformity with ©rds. May 22d[506J and June 26th [814J ord. elevating. ^ 

Amendatory ord. submitted by Mayor Passed 2244 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R. and other roads, in re. subway at , Referred. ... 277 

Trumbull av., ord. amending ord. of January 24, 1898 ( Passed 868 

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and C. Ter. Trans. R. R. Cos., order for ord. to elevate 

from Halsted to Loomis sts Referr(^d 1463 

Chicago Junction Ry. ©n 40th from I. C. R. R. to Stock Yards, order for ord. 

for elevation (see U. S. Y. & T,*Co. Ry.) ■ '' 1734 

Chicago, Madison & N., A., T. & S. F. and C. & A. R. Rs., order for ord. for 

elevation " IQ"^ 

[^ Referred 136 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co., ord. for elevated | Reported 503 

switch in Bloomingdale rd., bet. Marshfield av. and C. &-{ Re-Com., 772 

N. W. Ry. (American Brewing Co.) Reported 1392 

Ord. (substitute) Passed.. 1603 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co., ord. tor J^^ " V a ' ' V-p' ' 'a i^qk 

1 • TT^, ■ 1 • A u .\r i,fl ^A 1 \ \etoed. Amended and Passed. 595 

switch in Bloomingdaie rd. bet. Marshfield and .' ,' , Tn> . i ^.-.o 

. ,, , ,^^ , -v^ . r>, X Amended and Referred (lb 

Ashland avs. (Northwestern Yeast Co.) i • „^^ 

^ Reported 85o 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co., order for ord. to continue elevation southeast 

from near Kedzie av., etc Referred 804 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Co., order to continue elevation between 

Cornell av. and Kinzie st. east to river " ■ 2182 

Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Co., order for elevation bet. Carroll av. and Kinzie 

St., east to river " 2182 

Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Co. (with C.,M. &St.P. Ry. Co.), ord. , j^gfgj.j.g^ _ ^92 

amending ord. of Dec. 2d, and Dec. 29, 1897; subways in Division, Cly- J _, , "' ^^^ 

^ 5 ./ Passed 5<8 

bourn p]., Fullerton and Elston ( 

Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Co., ord. repealing ord. above as to sidewalk j Referred — 1149 

in Fullerton av. subway j Passed 1341 

Chicago, R. I. & P. Ry. (See L. S. & M. S., and C, R. I. & P. Rys.) 

Chicago Terminal Transfer R. R. Co., ord. for elevation from 12th st. to (Referred 953 

42nd av., etc ( Passed 2491 

Chicago Terminal Transfer R. R. Co., ord. to maintain and operate certain tracks, and 

for elevation, etc Referred 2553 

Chicago & Western Indiana R. R., from 18th to 72d sts., and P., F. W. & C. R. R., 

from 18th to 55th .sts., ord. for elevation, together with P., C, C. & St. L., C. & G. 

T. and U. S. Y. & T. Co. R. Rs Passed 1393 

(See, also. Western Indiana or Belt Ry.) 

Lake Shore & M. S. Ry. Co., ord. amending ord. of Sept. 26, j ^ , 

xUiSSGCl D ( i 



1898: subways in 67th St. and in South Park av . , , , „ , ^-,,> 

' ^ ' Amended and Passed. . tlb 

Lake Shore & M. S., and C, R. I. & P. Rys., ord. amending ord. of July | j^g^g^j.^^;^ 3;9 

9, 1894, and Oct. 10, 1898; subway at Normal Parkway, under C, R- ["p , . '" l.gq 

I. &P. Ry ' ^^^"^ 



CLIV INDEX. 

COMMITTEE ON TRACK ELEVATION (SPECIAL)— Continued. 

^ Page 

Lake Shore & M. S., and C, R. I. & P. Ry. Co's, ord, amending- ord. of \ -ctQfQ^j^Q^ lus 

July y. 1894, and Jan. IT, 189S; subwavs at 70th and 71st sts., under >-^ , „ ^ 

C.,R.L&P.Ry : i^^^^^*^ ^^*^ 

Lalce Shore & M. S., and C, R. I. & P. Ry. Co's, ord. extending elevation from 12th st. 

north to depot, and from South Park ave. to 75th st. (latter pertains to L. S. & M. 

S. Ry.) Reported 2625 

Pittsburgh, C, C. & St. L. Ry. (See under A., T. & S. F., Chicago & Alton, C, B. & 

Q., and C. & W. Ind. Railroads.) 
Pittsburgh, C, C. & St. L. Ry., order to continue elevation bet. Carroll av. and Kinzie 

St. east to river , Referred 2182 

Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & C, Ry. Co., ord. amending ord. of Jan. 18, 1897; subways in 

67th St. and in South Park av Passed 576 

Amended as to sidewalk grade in subways. 591 

Railways bet. Carroll av. and Kinzie sts., order to continue elevi-ttion east to river 

...[ .» Referred 2182 

Union Stock Yards & Tra,nsit Co. R. R., order for elevation in 40th street, from I. C. 

R. R. to Stock Yards' Referred 1863 

(See Chicago Junction Ry.) 
Western Indiana or Belt R. R. in 46th av., from Adams st. to Ogden av., order for ord. 

elevating, with petition Referred 287 



COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE. 

Page 
Appropriation Bill for 1900, consideration of 2691 



DEPARTMENT OF BUILDINGS. 

Page 
Annual Report, ending December 31, 1899 Pub. and File 2240 



DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY. 

Page 
Chicago Telephone Co,, communication (submitted by City Electrician) requesting in- 
demnity bond from city in re. use of company's poles Fin. 2030 

Electric li^ht plant at 63d St. and Wentworth av., ord. (submitted by Department of 



Eelectricity) for 



Passed 46 



Electric lights and how paid for by street railway companies, report File 692 

Electrolysis, communication requesting action to protect water pipes from effect of. . Jud. 1844 

Gas- 
Auditing of bills, communication from City Electrician in re. failure to comply with 

order relating to ^^^^ I'l^^ 

Lamps (gas and gasoline), schedule of those in service Dec, 1, 1899 " 1489 

Tests of gas lamps, report of Inspector, per order, 2234 " 2848 

Lights at elevated road intersections, communications in re. agreements with various 
"roads, etc J^^^- 1^45 



INDEX. CLV 

DEPARTMENT OF FIRE. 

Page 

Swenie, Denis J., presentation of portrait of the Chief to city, with addresses, etc. . .Pub. 1795 



DFPARTMENT OP HEALTH. 

Page 
Diphtheria and scarlet fever, ord. (communication attached) for additional Inspectors 

and Disinfectors ' Passed 1488 



DEPARTMENT OF LAW. 

Pag:e 

Ashland av. transfers, opinion concerning Pub. and File 1748 

Bicycle paths, opinion in re. establishment of " 981 

Board of Local Improvements, opinion in re. act creating " 159 

City Attorney, report of personal injury claims for ll^OO " 2082 

City Prosecuting Attorney, annual report ending Dec. 31, 1899 " 2240 

Compensation from surface and elevated companies for space rented in 

cars and stations, opinion as to power to collect " 1771 

Day labor for certain classes of work, communication and ord. submitted 

by Department Judiciary 1237 

Drainage Canal water power, opinion as to the city's rights, with resolution 

Resolution Adopted 884 

Elevated railways and power of city to compel the painting ©f, opinion Pub. and File 1443 

Flagmen at down town crossings, communication in re. from de- ( Referred 536 

partnaent referred back f@r ord ( Ord. Sub. and Jud. 598 

Front St. and its closing by Illinois Nail Co., opinion Pub. and File 1927 

Gas — 

Contract bet. city and gas companies, ©pinion as to legality, with order. .Order Passed 885 

Mains, opinion on right to compel laying of (order 1686) Pub. and File 1708 

Mains, opinion on power to compel P. G. L. & C. Co. t© lay upon order so to do. 

Pub. and File 1772 

Price, opinion as to right of city to fix Fin. 778 

Haberer et al., opinion on validity of ord. granting rights to Pub. and File 597 

Illinois District Telegraph Co., opinion (or report) on its right to d© busi- 
ness , " 2030 

Intercepting sewer. Sees. G and H, opinion as to drawing a contract, etc. . . Fin. 1771 

Park Boards and City, communication from department in re. arrangement for use 

of patrol wagons, etc '' 2577 

Police, opinion as to liability of city for salaries of certain Pub. and File 14S7 

Railroads — 

Chicago Consolidated T. Co., in Milwaukee, Elston and Lincoln avs., ord. for 

elimination of compensation clause and for 5-cent fare submitted by dept. . .Jud. 2535 

Chicago and Jefferson Urban Transit Co., report as to injunction File. 2407 

Chicago Passenger Traction Co., in Fullerton, Central and Maynard 

avs. and Turner rd.. opinion as to rights Pub. and File 14SS 

Chicago West Division Street Railway Co., opinion as to power to en- 
force Sec. 10, ord. of March 30, 1888 " 1442 

(See order, page 1296). 
Fortieth St., occupation by U. S. Y. and T. Co., opinion in re. (see 

orders, pp. 1250 and 1304) " 1716 

Northwestern Elevated R. R. and Union Loop, opinion of Special 

Counsel (Harlan) as to relations between. '' 2129 



CLVI INDEX. 

DEPARTMENT OF LAW— Continued. 

Railroads— Page 

Street car tracks unused, department submits new ord. in place of ord. 

reported on page 575 Jud. 598 

Switch track at Elston av. and Blackbawk St., report of department on 

authority for maintaining Pub. and File 1237 

Saloons on boulevards, ord. ( from department) to prohibit licensing License 2736 

Seats for female emploj^es in stores, communication from department in re. 

resolution for ord Pub. and File 1237 

Sidewalk intersections, communication from department concerning order 

to prepare ordinance in re " 2029 

Signs and billboards facing boulevards, opinion on power to remove " 1444 

Street cleaning, opinion as to legality of order passed, page 1270, for trans- 
fer of money, etc " 1645 

Water furnished county institutions, communication from Corporation 

Counsel in re '. Fin. 1831 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

Page 

Agnew, John P., claim for pumping out abandoned shafts Fin. 889 

Agnew, John P., communication with, claim, for work at Central Park and Springfield 

Avenues Pumping Stations 
Annual report for 1898. 



Fin. 2515 
,File 351 



Assessment rolls File 71, 537, 607, 782, 1064, 1238, 1444, 1775, 2033, 2410, 2538, 2737 

Balances unexpended, of appropriation for 1898, communication in reply to order on 

page 1519 ..File 1556 

Belden av from Sedgwick to North Park av., communication from department in re. 

grade ■ S. and A., N. D. 71 

Bridges — 

Beyond repair, report in re. and list, etc H., V. and B. 10o9 

Bonds of bridgetenders, communication from department submitting Approved 351 

Damaged, list of persons responsible for - Fin. 1714 

Estimate of department for new, including viaducts Pub. and File 1336 

Tavlor Street, communication from department in re. removal to 100th st. or Throop 

St ; .•■■•1'"= " 

Taylor Street, communication from department in re. removal to Main st., with com- 
munication from War Department •■•• File 349 

Tavlor Street structure (old), communication from department recommending 

saleof Fi-2248 

Buildings, report of Commissioner, ending Dec. 31, 1899 Pub. and File 2240 

Bureau of Sewers, reports for each Alderman File 537 

By-pass at Jackson st., river, report and survey. H. V. & B. 2453 

Chicago River, bet. Belmont and Lawrence avs., plan and ord. for changing line, as 

substitute for ord. of March 8, 1895 H. V. & B. 2ia 

City property in West Water st, report as to use by private parties File 177o 

City property in West Water st., report as to use by private parties S. & A., W. 2107 

Claims for damages, account bursting main near 67th st. and Perry av., together with 

Appraisers' valuation, etc ^^^- ^^^ 

Cleanino- Market st. and Michigan av., communication and report in reply to order, 

" ,.,, File 155T 

page 1514 

Cook County Light and Heat Co., verifications of frontage by D. P. W.. . .G. O. & E. L. 889 

Cook County Light and Heat Co., frontage pets Referred to Dep't for Verification 931 

Elevators in City Hall, communication in re. safety devices City Hall 430 



INDEX. 



CLVII 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS— Continued. 



Page 

7«1 



1936 

1774 

1936 

2415 
1774 



350 

604 
1491 
697 
697 
212 

780 
696 



Elevators in City Hall, report as to safety, reply to resolution, p. 717 File 

Front St. at Lessing- St., communieation from Connnissiener with communica- 
tion from City Comptroller in re 

Gas lamps not in use, communication from Commissioner in re. order t® remove. 

Illinois District Telegraph Co., report as to laying- of conduits, reply to order, 
p. 1867 

Illinois District Telegraph Co., communication from Commissioner in reply to 
resolution for opinion and plans, etc 

Intercepting sewer. Sees. G. & H., commnnication in re, account plans, etc 

Lawrence av., sewer and temporary removal of car tracks, communication and ord. in 

J.Q Qj.(j Passed 1062 

Lighting subways in Rockwell St., communication from Commissioner stating objection 
of railway companies ^^'■^ 

Lights at Ewing av. and 95th St., communication in re. order for Chicago & Cal. Ter. 
Ry. Co. to place ^^^^ 

Lights on piers, etc., in re. of placing by U. S. government, bond and ord Jud. 

Maps and plats of block N. W. c©r. 77th st. and Railroad av., report as to mutilation. .File 

Market st., from Lake st. to alley south, report as to grade 

Northern Milling Co., report as to pipe across West Water st. (per order page 137) ... 

Northwest Land Tunnel, communication from Commissioner asking for instructions 
as to proceeding with Fin. 

Ogden av. , opening, report in re. survey to Lincoln Park File 

Railroads — 

Calumet Electric St. Ry. Co., report as to tracks in 103d and 104th sts., (per order 

1371) File 1444 

Chicago & Calumet Ter. Ry. Co., communication in re. company placing lights at 

Ewing av File 604 

Chicago Union Trac. Co., in North av., from 40th to 46th avs., verification of front- 
age S. and A., vv . 2598 

Lighting subways in Rockwell st., in re. objection by railway companies File 350 

Northern Electric Co. in Leyden and Belden avs., report in re. building (see 

page 2522 1 File 2538 

Northwestern Elevated R. R. Co., reports in re. completion " 2030 

South Side Elevated R. R. Co., report in response to order Feb. 5, 1900, as to com- 
pliance with franchise File 2515 

Tracks (unused) on Rhodes av., from 35th to 39th sts., communication to Mayor 

iu re Laid Over 1227 

U. S. Y. & T. Co. in 40th St., from Clark to State sts., communication in reply to 

orders pp. 1250 and 1304 File 1312, 1715 

U. S. Y. & T. Co. in 40th st., in re. injunction by company against removal, etc. .File 1846 

Rhodes av.. from 35th to 39th sts., communication in re. unused tracks Laid Over 1227 

River at Jackson st. bridge, report and survey relating to by-pass H. V. & B. 245S 

Smeeth Electric Light Co., report as to authority for operating File 2514 

Special assessments, report giving information as to (per order, p. 932) Fin. 1061 

Star Construction and Dredging Co., communication and ord. as to future contract price 

for work in 39th st Fin. 2851 

Subway and viaduct «onnecting North and South Divisions near 'Michigan av., com- 
munication with estimate File 1710 

Taylor Street bridge. See bridges. 

Tunnel at W^ashington st., report in re. use of foot passageway S. & A., S. & W. 2514 

Viaducts at Halsted, Centre, Throop and Blue Island, communication from Commis- 
sioner in re. dangerous condition H. V. & B. 779 



CLVIII INDEX. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS— Continued. 

Page 
Viaducts at Polk, Taylor, 12th, Halsted, Canal and Blue Island, communicarion and ©rd. 

compelling- C. T. T. R. R. Co. to repair S. & A. W. 2851 

Ward Superintendents and Superintendent of Sewers weekly reports 

. File 213, 351, 430, 537, 606, 697, 781, 892, 1062, 1274, 1312 and 1355 

Washington st. tunnel foot passageway, report as to use S. & A., S. & W. 2514 

Water pipes in annexed districts, list of those to be lowered Fin. 604 



DEPARTMENT OF SUPPLIES. 

Page 

Creation of department, communication in re. ord. for the (passed, 1608) File 1628 

Purchases for 1898, report of Business Agent '' 1846 



MAYOR. 

Appointments (Individual)— Page 

Abrahams, George, BailifE Third District Police Court Con. in 347 

Ackerman, W. K., Deputy Comptroller '' 428 

Arrand, Samuel W., Police Court Clerk, First District, Harrison Street " 209 

Bafecock, A. W., Poundmaster, West Division " 346 

Banyon, Horace, Police Court Clerk, Third District, Desplaines Street " 209 

Barnett, Moses, Police Court Bailiff, First District, Harrison Street " 210 

Barry, James, Harbormaster " 2734 

Benfleld, John H., Clerk Tenth District Police Court, Sheffield Avenne " 2534 

Board of Education, Thos. Breuan, Dan'i R. Cameron, Christian Meier, Clay- 
ton Mark, John F. WolfiC, Chester M. Dawes, Joseph Stolz, Geo. W. 

Claussenius '' ^''^ 

Brandecker, Frank X., Jr., City Collector " 181 

Burke, Robert E., Inspector of Oils " 181 

Bridge Tenders — 

Antweiler, Anton, Canal Street " 210 

Arato, Louis, Harrison Street " 210 

Bastgen, John, North Avenue " 210 

Bluhm, Wm., North Western Avenue " 210 

Brennan, Wm., Adams Street " 210 

Burke, Thomas, Division Street (canal) " 210 

Cahill, Daniel, Rush Street • " 210 

Carroll, Henry, Jackson Street " 210 

Clinton, James, Kinzie Street " 210 

Choal, John, Ashland Avenue (West Fork) '^ 210 

Dwyer, Thos. E., Madison Street " 210 

Fogii, Benjamin, Chittenden Bridge " 346 

Fisher, Robert G., North Halsted Street (river) 

Gaynor, Peter, Washington Street 

Geotz, Gus. , Fuller Street 



210 
210 
210 



Gleason, Wm. H., Randolph Street " 210 



210 



Hagemann, Herbert, Eighteenth Street • 

Hagemann, Hubert, Eighteenth Street " 1'^^'^ 

Harrington, Michael, Ashland Avenue (South Fork ) " 210 

Jennings, John T., South Western Avenue " 346 



INDEX. 



CLIX 



MAYOR— Continued. 

Appointaaents (Individual) — 

Bridge Tenders — Page 

Konkowski, Frank, North -^Hplsted Street (Canal) Con. in 210 

Lake, Wm., South Halsted Street '• 210 

McCarle, Chas. A., Lake Street '' 210 

McCarthy John, Main Street " 210 

McCarthy, John A., Deering Street " 210 

McCormick, Martin, Chicago Avenue. " 210 

McGovern, Frank, Twenty-second Street '* 210 

Margraff, Charles, Canal Street " 875 

Mazurkewicz, Peter, Weed Street " 210 

Minnick, John, Clybourn Place " 210 

Moynihan, Thomas, Dearborn Street " 210 

Murawski, John, Diversey Street •' 346 

Novak, Thomas, One Hundred and Sixth Street " 846 

O'Connor, James, Van Buren Street " 210 

Polacek, Jos., Archer Avenue '' 210 

i'archam, Joseph, Division Street (river) " 210 

Rankin, Wm. , Ninety-second Street , " 346 

Reilly, John J., Belmont Avenue " 210 

Ring, Ed. J., Laurel Street .- " 210 

Roth, Fred, Erie Street . " 210 

Sawicka, A., Webster Avenue " 210 

Schapp, Rudolph, Wells Street " 2162 

Schlake, J. E., Fullgrton Avenue " 210 

Smith, E. J., Polk Street " 210 

Stiemann, Anton, Riverdale , " 210 

Stiemann, Ant©n, Riverdale " 346 

Sullivan, M., Clark Street " 210 

Talbot, Thomas, Taylor Street " 346 

Timm, Stanislaus, Ninety-fifth Street " 346 

Tracy, Pat. W., Thirty-fifth Street " 210 

Walsh, M. F., Indiana Street " 210 

Weil, Albert, -Twelfth Street - " 210 

Callahan, Charles, Police Magistrate, Seventh District, South Chicago " 347 

Campbell. Thos. W., Police Court Clerk, Second District, Maxwell Street .... " 209 

Clingen, W. C, Police Court Clerk, Third District, Desplaines Street " 209 

Clinton, Horace, Police Court Clerk, First District, Harrison Street. " 209 

Conr.abie, A., Police Court Bailiff, Sixth District, Thirty-fifth and Halsted 

Streets " 210 

Cunningham, John, Policfe Court Clerk, Sixth District, Thirty-fifth and 

Halsted Streets " 209 

Doheny, James, Bridgetender, State Street " 210 

Dooley, J. C, Police Magistrate, Second District Court No. 1 '' 347 

D®oley, J. C, Police Magistrate, transferred from Third District Court No. 

1 to Second District Court No. 1 " 534 

Dorow, Charles. Assistant Harbormaster " 346 

Doyle, James M., Police Magistrate, Third District Court No. 2 " 347 

Doyle, P. F., Board Examining Engineers " 346 

Dwyer, Wm., Poundmaster (Lake) " 346 

Eberhardt, Max, Police Magistrate, Second District Court No. 2 '' 347 

Edgar, Th©mas, Police Magistrate, Eleventh District " 347 

Egan, Thomas, Bailiff, Seventh District Police Court '' 347 

Elderkin, T. J., Chief Vessel Dispatcher "• 346 

Eldred, Fred. E,, Inspector Weights and Measures .' " 181 

Ellicott, E. B., City Electrician '' 181 



CLX 



INDEX. 



MAYOR— Coutlnued. 

Appointments (Individual) — 

Fitzgerald. John, Police Magistrate Eighth District 

Fr©s"t, Edward Allen, Deputy City Comptroller • • • • 

Furlong, James, Secretary Board of Plumbers - 

Furlono- J J., Police Court BailifE Tenth District (Lake View) 

GlomslTi' Stanley K., Police Court BailifE Eleventh District (Logan Square). 

Goddin<7-, George, Board of Examining Eoarineers 

Griffin, °John. Police Court Bailitl First District (Harrison Street) 

Hall. William T., Police Magistrate Sixth Distriet 

Halligan, T. R.. Police Court Clerk, Ninth District (Englewood) 

Healy Charles F., Police Court Clerk, First District (Harrison Street) 

Hendricks, John C, Jr., Bailiff, Police Court No. 1, Third District 

Herlihy, Daniel, Board Examining Engineers 

Holden, P. F., Police Court Bailiff, Ninth District (Englewood) 

Inspectors House of Correction— 

Seifeit, Rud 

Lorenz, Dr. M. E 

Kerfoot, William D., City Comptroller 

Kersten, George, Felice Magistrate, Fifth District 

Kipley, Joseph, Chief (Superintendent) of Police • 

Klafta, Aug. C, Police Court Clerk, Fourth District (West Chicago Avenue) 

Krone, Wm., Assistant Harbormaster 

Lahiff, Edward M., Private Secretary to Mayor 

Lamoureaux, Joseph, Chief Harbormaster 

Laskowski Wm. J., Police Court Bailiff, Second District (Maxwell Street . . 
Library Board, Robt. McCormick, Frank S. Peabody, Wad. A. Kuffewski, 

Charles A. Plamondon 

Mao-nus W J., Police Court Clerk, Fifth District (East Chicago Avenue > . . . 
Maher, M., Police Court Clerk, Fourth District (West Chicago Avenue).. .. 

Mahoney, John A., Police Magistrate, Tenth District 

Martin, James C, Police Magistrate, First District, Court No. 1 

McAndrews, James, Commissioner of Buildings 

McCarthy, John, Assistant Harbormaster 

McGann, L. E.. Commissioner Publie Works ' 

McGready, Chas., Police Court Bailiff, Seventh District (^yde Park) 

Mitchell, B. M. . Bailiff, Desplaines Street Police Court • 

Moore, D. G., City Physician 

Moran, John, Poundkeeoer at Englewood 

Murphy, Morgan, Police Court Bailiff, Second District (Maxwell Street) .... 

Murray, P. J,, Inspector of Fish 

Nugent, Edward, Poundmaster (Hyde Park) 

O'Brien, James, Gas Inspector 

O'Donohue, M. J., Police Magistrate, Fourth .District, Court No. 1 

O'NeUl John, Police Court Bailiff, Third District, Desplaines Street 

Phillips, Henry, Police Court Bailiff, Fourth District, West Chicago Avenue 

Plumbers, Board of, Breyer, C. C, Kennedy, Frank , 

Prindiville, John K., Police Magistrate, First District, Court No. 2 

Prindiville, Redmond, Assistant Vessel Dispatcher 

Quinn, James A., City Sealer 

Quinn, M. J., Police Magistrate, Seventh District, Hyde Park 

Reynolds, A. R., Commissioner of Health 

Roberts, John, Chief Harbormaster 

Robertson, John D., Poundmaster, Jefferson 

Roderick, Ike, Police Court Clerk First District, Harrison Street 

Roll, W. R., Police Court Clerk Tenth District, Lake View 

Sabath, A. J., Police Magistrate Third District, Court No. 1 



Con. 



Page 

in 347 

■ 2080 

875 

210 

210 

346 

210 

' 1311 

209 

209 

' 2293 

' 346 

210 

874 
874 
346 

" 847 
181 
209 
346 
181 

" 2329 
210 

874 
210 
209 
347 
347 
181 

" 316 
181 

" - 210 

" 1228 
181 

" 2448 

'» 210 
875 
346 

'' ' 688 
347 
210 
210 
875 
347 
346 

'^ 1228 
347 
181 
346 
•346 
209 
209 
347 



INDEX. CLXI 

MAYOR— Continued. 

Appointments (Continued) — , Page 
Sabath, A. J., Police Magistrate, transferred from Second District, Court 

N®. 1, to Tnird District, C©urt No. 1 Con. in 584 

Schaefer, John, Police Court Bailiff Sixth District, 35th and Halsted sts " 210 

Schlacks, Charles, Boiler Inspector. " 874 

Schlacks, Peter P., Boiler Inspector " 2534 

Severson, Olaf, Police Magistrate Fourth District, Court No. 2 ■ " 347 

Shortall, John G., Keeper Dog Pound " 688 

Spangkuch, George J., Poundmaster, North Division '' 1433 

Sprengel, Albert J., Police Court Bailiff, Fourth District, West Chicago Av. " 210 

Staatenmeyer, R. W., Poundmaster, North Division " 34r5 

Slatinsky, Paul, Police Court Clerk, Second District, Maxwell Street " 209 

Steiner, Philip, Assistant Vessel Dispatcher " 345 

Sturm, Adolph, Deputy Commissioner Public Works " 874 

Suddith, W. A., Police Court Clerk, Seventh District, Hyde Park '^ 209 

Swenie, Denis J., Chief Fire Marshal " 209 

Svvit't, Jeremiah, Poundmaster, Sou^Ai Division # " 347 

Taylor, Howard S., Prosecuting Attorney '^ lyi 

Wagner, John, Police Court Clerk, Sixth District '' 347 

Walker, Charles M., Corporation Counsel '' 209 

Wall, Thos., Police Court Clerk, Eighth District, Town of Lake " 209 

Walner, Casper, F., Police Court Bailiff, Eighth District, Town of Lake " 210 

Washington, Irving, Superintendent Department Supplies " 181 

Webber, Wm. J., Police Court Clerk, Fifth District, East Chicago Avenue. . " 209 

"White, Wm., Assistant Harbormaster '• §75 

Wisniewski, Alex., Police Court Clerk, Seventh District, South Chicago " 209 

Zarazinski, Frank, Police C urt Clerk, Eleventh District, Logan Square " 209 

Appointments, Special Committees and Commissions- 
Art Commission, (see ord. creating referred to Fin. 2027) Con. in 876 

Assessed valuation, special committee of 100 to pet. legislature in re. (per resolu- 
tion 1472) Con. in 1829 

Assessed valuation, appointment of certain persons in lieu of foregoing '• 2081 

Chicago River, widening and deepening and removal of center piers, special com- 

■ raittee Con. in 776 

Deep waterway scheme, special committee " 1351 

Dewey, Admiral, reception, special committee on entertainuient '' 592 

Dewey, Admiral, reception, adding ten names to special committee on entertain- 
ment Con. in 876 

Drainage Canal water power, (see pp. 884, 1822 and 2016) special committee. . •' 876 

Fall Festival Association, special committee to co-operate with " 593 

Harbor District (canal on North Side) special committee to secure information '' 1768 

Intercepting sewer (in 25th ward) special committee to investigate '• 208 

Municipal ownership of street railways (per resolution 1919) special committee 

Con . in 2027 

1767 

593 

1627 

876 

1926 

2027 

1798 

181 

776 



Parks and play grounds, special committee 

Reduced railroad fares to country merchants, special comaoittee 

School yard play grounds, special committee 

Street car tickets, for devising uniform system, special committee 

Street lighting, special committee 

Street railway systems (municipal ownership), special committee 

Swenie, Denis, portrait, to locate, special committee 

Track elevation, special committee 

Tunnel and bridge commission of twenty-tive 

Agreements with parties holding franchises as to compensation to city, submitting ord. . 

Fin. 1765 



CLXII INDEX. 

MAYOR— Continued. 

Page 

Annual Message P^^- and File 8 

Art Commission of City of Chicago, communication submitting ord. for Fin. 2027 

Art Institute, communication with report Pub. and File 1310 

Bicycle path in Michigan av.. submitting order for Passed 592 

Brick for paving, communication submitting ord. amending Sec. 1659, j S. 2026 

Revised Code ' Passed 2309 

Bridges — 

Division st. (canal) , communication submitting ord. to issue bonds to build, 

Ord. Passed 2243 

Removal of and lowering tunnels, communication with resolution of River Improve- 
ment Association and Real Estate Board H., V. & B. 535 

Water fund, communication in re. paying for out of (See Reso., 2436) File 2447 

Bridgeport Pumping Station, communication in re. disposition of (with communication 

frem Sanitary Trustees) Pin. 2080 

Building Ord., communication with ®rd. amending Sec. 67 ord. March 28, ( Jud .... 1352 

1898, (structural steel and iron work) ^ Passed 2503 

Burton pi from Dearborn iv. to Lake Shore drive, communication with ord. to boule- 
vard S.&A.K 1926 

City and Star Construction and Dredging Co., communication, ord., etc., in re. submit- 
ting matter to three judges of Circuit Court Ord. Passed 1541 

City Printing — 

Award to Chicago Democrat Con. in 14 

Award to Chicago Democrat Pi"- ^^"^ 

Award to Chicago Inter-Ocean C©n. in 1553 

City Prosecuting Attorney, communication, submitting annual report Pub. and File 2240 

Commissioner of Public Buildings, communication submitting annual report 

Pub. and File 2240 

Diaz Gen. Porflr®, President Mexican Republic, communication concerning invitation to 

Fall Festival Con. in 877 

Front St and the closing by Illinois Nail Co., communication with opinion of Law 

Department File 1925 

Gas — 

Appropriation for lighting for current year, communication in re Fin. 688 

Contract for lighting, communication with communication from President P. G. 

L. and C. Co. relating to " l^^^ 

Lamps I gas and gasoline ) in front of churches, list of G. , O. & E. L. 1228 

Ogden Gas Co. and street lighting, communication with communication from com- 
pany relating to • • • Pi"- 1^27 

Intercepting Sewer and day lab^r (Sees. G and H), communication, j Jud 1544, 1547 

etc., and ord ,^ 'I Re-Con. and Fin. 1817 

(See ord. passed, 2076). 

Judgments against City, communication suggesting issue of bonds for paying Fin. 1926 

(See ord. passed, 2553). 

Leao-ue American Municipalities, communication with invitation to attend Syracuse, N.Y. 

Convention Accepted 1056 

Nutting, Wallace, and double fare ou Milwaukee, Elston and Lincoln avs., communica- 
tion submitting complaint of J^^- ^^'^'^ 

Omaha Exposition, communication with invitation to attend Accepted 1056 

Park Boards and the City, communication in re. use of patrol wagons, etc Fin. 2577 

Public property used by private parties in down-town district, communication sub- 
mitting list '' ^^'^^ 

Pure Water Commission, ord. of Jan. 31, 1898, communication with contract in ac- 
cordance with 



\ 



INDEX. CLXIII 

MAYOR— Continued. 

Railroads- Page 

A., T. and S. F. Ry. Co. (and other companies), comnaunication in re. further time 

for acceptance by P.. Ft. yv. and C. Ry Track El. 689 

Chicag-o and Alton R. R. (and other roads), communication with amendatory ord. 

for elevating- Ord. Passed 2244 

Chicag-o Junction Ry. Co., communication with ord. for Switch track. . .S. & A., W. 45 
C, M. & St. P. Ry. Co., communication with deed in re. viaduct approach at Carroll 

aT File 1 

General Electric Ry. Co., communication in re. legality of grant, with ( Jud 1486 

order i Passed 1758 

Northwestern Elevatad Ry. Co., communication with ord. amendin:^ ord. January 8, 

1900 Ord. Passed 2163 

Street car tracks in Rhodes avenue, communication concerning- removal of unused. . 

Laid Over 1227 

Switch tracks all over city, communication and partial list 

S. & A., N., S. and W. (respectively) 1618 

Tram rails, Sec. 1704, R. C, and 1509, Code 1881, communication with ord. repealing, 

- ; Ord. Passed 1552 

Redieski, Paul, North Town Collector, communication with order releasing- sureties, 

Order Passed 1836 

Releases , File 45, 179, 207, 345, 

427, 533. 591, 687, 775, 873, 1056, 1181, 1271, 1307, 1351, 1433, 1483, 1541, 1618, 1707, 
1765, 1829, 1925, 2325, 2080, 2162, 2239, 2291, 2327, 2447, 2507, 2533, 2575, 2598, 2734, 2805 
River — 

Removal of bridge piers and lowering tunnels, communication and resolution in re., 

H.,V. &B. 535 

Widening and removing center piers, communication in re " 2291 

SchmJdt, Mrs. Margaret, communication with water tax rebate claim Fin. 1837 

Skating rinks, communication with ord. to allow flooding vacant lots, ord Passed 1835 

Sprague, Warner & Co.. comraunicatien, etc., in re. raising sidewalk in front of 

S. &. A., S. 2162 

Story Electric Co. (The) , submitting ord. of company for wires G. O. E. L. 777 

Swenie, Denis J., acceptance by Mayor of city, of portrait Pub. 1797 

Water furnished county institutions and matter of court costs, communication concern- 
ing- /.Fin. 1831 

Veto- 
Alaska Fur Co., permit for telephone wire Con. in 2329 

Alley, Blk. 5, C. T. Sub, 33, 40, 14, ord. ®pening - 878 

Alley, Lot 14, Blk. 2, MeyerhofE's Sub., 5, 39, 14, ord. vacating '• 1768 

AUport, W. H., permit for telephone wire '• 594 

Anheuser-Busch Brewing C®., claim for refund - 1928 

Appropriation Bill for 1900, certain items in " 2806 

Archer av., from State st. to Ashland ar., ord. repealing improvement '' 1837 

Ar©nberg, Max, permit to string wire " 1435 

Audit Department, resolution in re. establishing " 2510 

Austin av., Indiana St., etc., ord. establishing width " 690 

Baumgarten, B., permit for canopy " 208 

Bell, William A., permit for sewer connection " 179 

Bernard, Charles C, permit for telephone wire, pages 2015. 1898-9 " 3 

Bicycle path of cinders on Ridge av., etc., order for " 594 

Billboards, ord. regulating size >' 2328 

Binkley, Dr., J. T., permit for private hospital " 105S 

Blanchard, Mrs., permit for fence, etc., at Hoyne School '> 1929 

Boston Store property, order for sale of, for benefit of parks and play- 
grounds > ' 1549 

Bridge at 95th st. (Calumet River), order for plans, etc., and t© let contract. " 1236 



CLXIV TNDEX. 

MAYOR— Continued. 

Pag-e 
Veto — „ . -iQ^o 

Brown, Sam., Jr., permit to improve Warsaw av <-0Q- ^n ^-^'J^ 

Building Ordinance, ord. amending- Sec. 49 (Blacl^smith Shops) '^^ l»rf» 

Building at 254 Wells St., order revoldng permit to repair " 345 

Chicago av., from Ashland to Milwaukee, order staying improvement ] b78 

Chicag® Autumnal Association, order for stadium on Ohio st " 105^ 

Chicago City Ry. Co., ord. for rights in Archer av. .- 

Chicago, M. & St. P. Ry. Co., ord. for switch in Bloomingdale Road (North- 
western Yeast Co. > 

Chicago & N. W. Ry. Co., ord. for switch across Elston av '' 3246 

Chicago & N. W. Ry. Co., ord. for switch at North Water, st. and La 

Salle av • ^^ 

Chicago Union Traction Co., ord. for tracks in Indiana, Ontario sts., etc. . . . iUD» 

City employes, order against reduction of pay for Saturday half holidays. . . . ^^ ^208 

City employes (laborers) , ord. fixing pay at $2.00 per diem 

City printing, award to Chicago Labor World ** ^^72 

Closing City Hall December 23d, ord • 

Commonwealth Electric Co., order to refuse permitsto 

Cook County Democracy, permit for banners 

Department of Supplies, ord. amendinging ord. of Jan. 17, 1898 ''^ 1628 

Dewey, A. B., permit to lay drains in W. Kinzie st ■. 

Drexel, Lucy W. and J. W. Arkell, order to permit judgment " 1484 



1839 

594 
J246 

2511 

1058 

208 

2507 

1272 
1931 
1309 

427 

628 

1629 



Electricity — 

Adams st., at first alley east of Ashland av., order for lights 

Claremont, Flournoy and Harrison sts., ©rder for lights 

Harrison St.. from Sibley to Irving, order for lights '| 1434 

Fourteenth Ward, order for lights |' ^^'^^ 

Liberty st., from Halsted to Stewart, order for lights " 690 

Morgan, Fisk, May, 17th, 19th, 20th and 21st sts., 8th ward, order for lights || 2509 

Sixteenth st., from Johnson to Canal sts., order for lights " 690 

Electric sign permits, resolution rescinding all " l^^b 



1629 
1769 



Elevators- 
City Hall, order discharging conductors '. 

City Hall, order to put all in operation 

Passenger and freight, ord. regulating, etc 

Estes av., from Clark st. to C. & N. W. Ry., ord. repealing improvement. . . . 

Fence, southwest corner .55th and Wallace sts,, order to remove 

Fortieth av., system (28th ward), ord. and estimate for impr®ving 

Gas lamps, order for schedule of all in service, etc. 

Gates Iron Works, ord. for switch track 

Griesheimer & Co., permit for band stand || ^1°^ 

Harrison st., from Paulina to Western, order to repair |'^ 

Heffern, Wm., order to pay claim 

Hines Bros., 2601 Archer av., order revoking license 

Illinois Telephone and Telegraph Co. (veto message of January 30, 1899, sent .to G. . 
O.E.L.) ^']' '^0^ 

Indiana av., from 62d to 63d, order to light lamps Con. m 1928 

Jackson, C. W., ord. for electrical conductors '' S79 

Jackson, C. W., ord. for electrical conductors '" 2734 



2246 
1308 
2805 
593 
2448 
1057 
2575 



1484 
2293 
2162 



Joy, Thomas D., permit to lay drains. 

Kaplan, C, permit for sign 

Kennedy, D. Z., permit t© lay drains. 
Kokotis, Nic, permit lor fruit stand. 



1353 

1837 

1838 

776 



INDEX. CLXV 

MAYOR— Continued. 



Veto- 



Lamps (Gas). See also Electricity — Page 

Greenwood av., No. 4841.^ order to light Con. in2576 

Indiana av., from 62d to 63d, order to light *' 1928 

Pulaski Hall, order for two . " 533 

School on Central Park av., order for two '' 534 

List of all in service, etc., order for " 1057 

Larrabee st. (north of Webster av.), ord'. changing name to Hamilton ct " 1485 

League American Municipalities, resolution to pay years' dues •' 1354 

Leland av., from Clarendon av. to the lake, ord. repealing opening " 1434 

Liberty St., from Canal to Halsted sts., ord. repealing improvement " 2734 

Lincoln Fuel Co., permit for wooden box on sidewalk " 1550 

Lunch cars in second ward, order for removal of all " 2576 

Lunch cars on State st., order for removal of all " 1353 

McNulty, P. J., permit to lay drains '•<■ 1627 

Meats, (Sec. 1230 Revised Code) , ord. relating to " 1236 

Newman, Morris, permit for banners Con. in 180, 208 

New York restaurant, permit for electric sign. . . ^ Con. in ISO 

Northwestern Yeast Co., permit for electric wire " 2328 

Owen, Dr., permit for electric sign " 877 

Pabst Brewing Co., permit for electric sign (page 2018, 1898-9 , " 2 

Paulina St., from Addison St. south, order stay improvement ;... " 1484 

Peoria st., from Kinzie st. to Milwaukee av., order stay improvement " 1353 

Phillips, Thos. P., permit to lay drains, etc " 1550 

Railroad trains at 22nd st.. Archer av.. etc., ord. to compell all to stop '' 2246 

Roadway of Austin av., Indiana St., etc., ord. establishing width '' 690 

Seip Baking Co. (Chas.) ord. for underground pipes, wires, etc '• 1485 

Seventieth av., (north), ord. changing name to Sayre av " 1272 

Sidewalks, order to test matter of owner's liability for damages " 1708 

Sidewalks of stone on South Side, ord. for " 1551 

Simon, A., permit for telephone wire " 594 

Sixty-seventh street, order to pay damages caused by bursting main " 1932 

South Halsted Street Iron Works, permit to erect derrick " 1057 

Special assessments confirmed, order for weekly report " 2081 

Speagler, John C, permit for telephone wire (page 2016, 1898-9) " 2 

Star Theatre, permit for banners •' 18O 

Street railway systems, resolution to appoint commission '' 1929 

Sullivan, J. J., order to allow judgii^ent " 1483 

Summer vacation, ord. fixing ^ ■. '• 878 

Sumner, W. A., permit to drive teams over sidewalk " 1484 

Switch track at Elston av. and Blackhawk st., order for removal " 1237 

Telegraph, etc., wires on Grand av., order for removal '• 1235 

Thayer & Jackson, permit for muslin sign " 1769 

Toplifl, W. B., permit to lay sewer stubs, etc " 689 

Unity Power Co. , ord ' i g82 

Walker, H. H., order revoking building permit " 1929 

Water power from Drainage Channel, ord. for issue of ig3, 500,000 bonds to 

purchase ^ 2510 

White, L. E., order for electric sign '• 2534 

Wyoming Hotel, order to retain electric sign '* 1932 

Zipperman, Dr. E. Z., permit for wire. . ^^ 1235 



CLXVI 



INDEX. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Page 

Accepted 947 

Con. in 876 

Pub. and File 1310 



Alwart, Aid., resignation 

Art Commission of Chicago, appointment of .... 

Artlnstitute, report for year ending June 1,1899 , , . v,. i^n« 9iin. 

Baldwin, C, communication, with scheme for transporting passengers and freight. .File 2410 

Base ball, challenge of Finance Committee to play • • File 38b 

Bonded indebtedness of various cities of United States, list Pub. and 1 lie 14.4 

' i 2030 
Calumet Electric Street Railway Co., revocation of frontage in favor of. .S. & A., S. D. 

Call for election April 3, 1900. See Document 4007, City Clerk^s office 
Chicago Medical Women's Club, communication expressing thanks ... 

Chicago Public Library. 27th annual report ^^ 

Chicao-o Relief and Aid Society, 42d annual report • • • / 

Chicago River, and removal of center piers and lowering of tunnels, communication 
from Mayor ♦. 



2248 



File 2294 

, " 779' 
, '' 1936- 



H.. V. &B. 535 



City Council, call for special meeting 



for July 17, 1899 File 1049^ 



257! 
Con. in 14 
'^ 155a 



City Council, call for special meeting for March 10, 1900 

Oity priniiing for 1899, award to Chicago Democrat 

City printing, award to Chicago Inter-Ocean - 

Civil Service Commission, report in re. investigation paving of Lake st t-uD. zo4» 

i empensation due city from corporations, etc., list of franchises ^^^^^ jj^'^^^^^^^^f^lf ^_,, 

due; see also pages 1435 and 1553 File 1646, lao, 1. -2 

Deed from C, M. & St. P. Ry. Co., in connection with Carroll av. and tracks on Way- 
man st ■ ■ * 

Election call for April 3, 1900. See Document 4007. City Clerk's office. 

Erring Woman's Refuge, financial statement up to Feb. 1, 1900 i^ iie M 

Griffith Robert, late Alderman Twenty-fifth Ward, memorial meeting ._••. -5»y' 

Hynes W J., address and presentation of Denis J. Swenie portrait Pub. 1^95 

Initiative and Referendum Clause in City's Constitution, communication in re R^R. 1845. 

Interceptino- sewers in 39th st., proposition of Geo. Richardson concerning -b m. 14o8 



Invitation 

Bridge inspection 



Accepted and File 1311 

Diaz" Gen Porfiro, President Mexican Republic, to Fall Festival Con. in 877 

Grand Army of the Republic, to hold encampment ®f 1900 in Chicago, order. .Passed 721 
Grand Armv of the Republic, to hold encampment of 1900 in Chieago, resoluti®n .... 

Adopted 952 

Hyde, Albert E., lecture at Marlow's Theatre • • • • ■■^]'^ ffj^ 

Illinois Cycling Club, opening Accepted and J. de o.3 

Leao-ue American Municipalities, convention at Sjf racuse, N. Y Acceptea iuoD- 

Manila Te Deum at Auditorium, production of Accepted and File 46 

, ^ ... Accepted lOob 

Omaha Exposition. ., 

^ . , , T^ A^ Accepted and file 2535 

St. Patrick's Day parade ^^ ^ ^ ^^^ 

Track elevation (A. , T. & S. F. Ry. Co.) , to view proposed ....... . 

League Cook County Clubs, communication expressing thanks for use of Council 



49 



Chamber. 

Madden, Martin B., proposition in re. donation for park 

Monevs due city from corporations (for franchises), list from City Compt. 
(See also list under ''compensation due city, etc.) 

Novak, Anton, seating as Alderman Tenth Ward ) 

Parental Schools, report of Lester Bodme upon 

Parks- 
Proposition of M. B. Madden in re. donation for ■ 

Proposition of R. W. Phillips in re. selling lots for 

Pettibone, Amos, seating as Alderman 



ile 1549 

Fin. 602 

File 1435, 1553 



1056 

.File 2453 



Fin. 602 
,Fin. 886 
947 



INDEX. CLXVII 

MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 
Railroads— Page 

Caumet Electric St. Ry. Co., revocations of frontage S. & A., S. j ^,^^^ 

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Ry. Co., deed from, in connection with tracks on 

Wayman st File 1 

Chicago Union Traction Co., certificate of notice published in re. tracks on 

West North av File 259S 

Northwestern Ele'd R. R. Co. and Union Loop, opinion as to relations. Pub. & File 2129 

Underground conduits for electric railways, data from Berlin and Vienna (Aid. 

Herrmann) File 381 

Richardson, George, proposition in re. intercepting sewer in 39th st Fin. 1458 

, i 168F> 
Rose Hill Cemetery and City, agreement as to water mains in Cemetery Drive. . .Passed -^ 

School Committee's reply to charges made by Pres. Board of Education. . .Pub. and File 2887 

Street and sidewalk permits, list from Comptroller File 1629 

Swenie, Denis J., Fire Marshal, presentation of portrait t® city Pub. 1795 

Unfinished business, motion to re-commit all Carried 144 

Viaduct and subway connecting North and South Sides near Michigan av., communi- 
cation and estimate Pub. and File 1710 

Walker Chas. M., resignation as Alderman, Twenty-fourth War<^ Accepted 209 

Water power from Drainage Channel, opinion in re. power of city to contract. .Sp'l Com. 2407 
Zimmer, Alderman, resignation as Alderman of Tenth Ward Accepted 1055 



ORDERS-MISCELLANEOUS. 

Page 

Abeson, S., for muslin sign ,.,.... Passed 1869 

Aberdeen st., No. 272, for water tax rebate '' 1345 

Aberdeen st., from 63d to 67th sts., for ord. to pave " 2058 

Aberdeen St., from 68th to 69th sts., permit to build sidewalk to curb '' 822 

Aborn, W. L., pay for loss of horse " 2646 

Academy of Music, for electric sign " 1805 

Adams, C. F., for showcase " 799 

Adams st., bet. Michigan and Wabash avs,, permit t© pav§, private contract. .... " 2881 

Agnew, John P.. pay for work at pumping stations ; " 1346 

Agreement between City and Sanitary Trustees as to water power, eaiDowering 

execution " 2314 

Aiken, H. A., f©r electric sign '' 1903 

Passed 2302 
Alaska Fur Co., for telephone wire 



Vetoed and Lost. . . 2329 

Alberg, Mrs. T., for fountain Passed 1462 

Aldermanic contests — 

Ballots, Board Election Commissioners to produce all " 194 

Ballots, instructing C©mmittee on Elections as to procedure Elections 654 

Ballots, Pettibone vs. Alwart, Committee on Elections to count " 562 

Ballots (10th, 14th, 20th, 23d and 24th Wards), instructing Committee on 

Elections as to count '' 714 

Ballots (20th and 24th Wards), instructing Committee on Elections as to 

count '' 1177 

Committee on Elections t© report on all contests " 562 

( Passed 2S4 

A] dine av., permit to pave -^ . , , ^^ , , 

I Rescinded. . 2050 

Alexander, H., permit for bridge and subw^' Reported 835 



CLXVm INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Page 

Alleffi-etti, I., permit for electric sig-n Passed 2546 

Allen, Ira W., pay water tax rebate '' '^69 

Alley bet. 42d pi., 43d and Butler sts. and W. I. R. R., remove obstructions " 2439 

Alley bet. 4Ttb, 48th, Champlain and Langley, city to have paved " 493 

( Passed 557 

Allport,W.H., for telephone wire "j Vetoed and Lost.. . 594 

American Baptist Publishing Society, for electric sign Passed 1799 

American Express Company, for electric sign " 175(> 

American Express Company, for special assessment rebate '• 103& 

Ames, Dr. J. G., for telephone wire " 2059 

Anderson, Adolph, permit to pave Calhoun pi " . 390 

Anderson, Mary E., for special assessment rebate " 586 

Anderson, Nels, for refund of assessment " 16& 

\ Passed.. 192a 

Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company, for refund brewer's license.. . . k y^^^^^ ^^^ ^ost. 1928 

Annunziata, Vincent, for two barber poles Passed 2477 

Antoine, Louis, et al., for electric lights (festoons) on North av " 1867 

Apollo Hall, for muslin sign ' 2125 

Appropriation bill for 1899, transferring- funds given to B. L. I. (two orders). | See 1589] 

; Passed 1521 

Appropriation bill for 1899. unexpended balances ; for report as to " 1519 

(See report 1556). 

Archer av., No. 2010, pay water tax rebate " 1481 

Acherav., No. 2715-19, pay water tax decrease " 1038 



Area wall at 442 W. Lake, to repair. 



'' 1966 

Passed 1371 

Arenberg, Max, permit for wire 1 Vet. & Lost. 1435 

Arlington St., rear No. 92-102, pay water tax rebate ^ Passed 203 

Artesian well at Irving Park, for purchase of pump for '' 1160 

Ashland av.. Lake to Ohio, for repair " 965 

Ashland av., 12th to 22d, for placing wires underground " 387 

Ashland av.. river to Archer av., C. Gen'l. Ry. Co. to lay rails and pave " 490 

Ashland av,. No. 23506, to pave without laying water service pipe, etc " 939 

Ashland av.. No. 5858, for water tax rebate " 1344 

Ashland Avenue Pumping Station, to set aside grounds surrounding for play 

grounds Fin. 2300 

Atlases (Sanborn-Perris), for purchase of set for Board of Local Imp Passed 2646 

Atwood, Dr. E. S., pay special assessment rebate " 1"1 

Babb, Florence, pay special assessment rebate " l'<^61 

Babcock, Samuel D., pay special assessment rebate " 1036 

Pach, Jacob A., for banner '' 1^*0 

Bach & Sons, Wm., pay water tax rebate '' 2645 

Bacharach, A., pay speeial assessment rebate " I'^'^l 

Baird & Bradley, pay special assessment rebate " 586 

Baker, E. R., pay for loss of horse " 2022 

Baker, H. D. , pay for water tax rebate " ~67 

Baldwin, Chas. W.. for electric sign " 262o- 

Ballard, O. VV., pay special assessment rebate Passed 204, 586 

Ballots in Aldermanic contests (5 », for production of Passed 714 

Banga, Henry, pay special assessment rebate " '^56 

Barber Asphalt Co.. permit for two buildings, Paulina st. and river S. & A. W. 2125 

Barber Asphalt Co., permit for tw© buildings (resolution) at Slip A, etc Passed 2547 

Barber Asphalt Co., city to proceed against.. . . . .^ '' 936 



INDEX. 



CLXIX 



ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Fa^e 

/ Reported 2269 

Barber Asphalt Co., claim pay for; Touchers ■<; Action deferred. .2324, 2444 



' Re-Cena 

R. M., for telephone wire Passed 



Barber 

Barchard, F., pay special assessment rebate 

Barker, S. B. & Co., pay special assessnient rebate 
Barn and fence in Central Park av.,bet. Irving- 
removal 

Barnes & Parish, pay special assessment rebate — 

Barrett, H. F., permit to erect bridge gate 

Base ball parks, to enforce ord. in re 



Park blvd. and Elston, for 



2505 

144 
2314 
2227 



1377 
2444 
161 
935 



Beaument, J H., 

Beck, Dr. E. G., for telephone wire 

Behrend, Frank, pay account property damag-e 



File 

License 

j Passe^ 197 

Baumo;arten, B., for canopy j y^^^ ^ Lost 208 

• Bay windows, permit to Drake estate to build Passed 867 

for sign " 2620 

'• 491 

•' 2319 

Beifeld, Joseph, permit to open sidewalk " H^^ 

( Passed 151 

Bell, William A., permit t© make sewer connections j Vet & Lost 179 

Bench monuments, providing 16,000, for erecting in 1900 Passed 

Bender, H. H., for electric sign 

Bender, M. . pay water tax rebate 

Bennett, John, pay water tax decrease 

Benson, C. L., for driveway into building S. & A., W. 

Benson & Rixon, for signs Passed 1987, 

Berger@n, I. Z. , for telephone wire 

Bergeron, Dr. V. A., for telephone wire 



V. A. 

Berlizheimer, B., for electric sign 

Bermuda Paving Co., compel company to repair Oak st. 

Bermudez, A. P. Co., permit to pave Bellevue pi 

Bermudez, A. P. Co., pay water tax rebate 

Bernard, Charles C, for telephone wire 

Bernard, Dr., for telephone wire 

Bettendorf . Tony, for electric sign 

Beugger, Julius, pay water tax rebate 

Bickford & Knox Co., fur lumber license refund 

Bicycle path in Michigan av., establishing, etc 

Bicycle path of cinders in Ridge av., for 



2264 

1903 

1266 

2022 

282 

2471 

Passed 2793 

'' 2792 



Passed 

Vet. & Lost 
Passed 



Bill boards, to issue no permit for until, etc 

Bill boards, etc., to issue no permits for in excess of twelve feet in height 

Bill board southwest corner Madison and Throop, to remove " 

Bill board at Van Buren and Oakley, to remove " 

Bill board at Winchester and Van Buren, to remove (with pet.) Jud. 

(See communication 889 and report 1384. ) 

i Passed 

Binkley, Dr. J. T., Jr., permit for private hospital on 50th pi., etc < ^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^.^ 

Birk Bros. Brewing Co., pay water tax rebate Passed 1921 



2546 
816 

1376 

168 

3 

1806 

1295 
173 

1611 
592 
557 
594 
718 
944 
656 

1804 
719 

933 



Birkemeier, William, permit t© lay eight drains, 
Blair, Frank M., pay special assessment rebate. 
Blair, Henry A., pay special assessment rebate. 



Blanchard, Mrs., permit for railing in front Hoyne School. 



" 2470 

" 1761 

'• 1761 

Passed 1866 

Vet. & Lost 1929 



CLXX INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Page 

Blanchard, Mrs., permit for railing- in front Hojne School Schools IQTO 

Blaine, William, permit to lay sewers Passed 718 

Block. P. W., permit for bridge across alley "• 1590 

Blue prints in connection with opening Ogden av., B. L. I. to furnish " 137'4 

Board of Education, to furnish information in re. amount to be appropriated " . 3559 

Board of Education, Rush Medii al College and Presbyterian hospital, permit to pave 

Wood St Passed 953 

Board of Education, water used by, for an ord. fixing charges " 1682 

Board of Local Improvements, to publish all orders on " 1689 

Board of Local Improvements, Special Assessment Department, court costs, etc., 

placing money to credit of Passed 1521, 2250 

Board of Local Improvements, Street Engineer's fund, placing $1,500 to credit of. 

Passed 1521, 1589 ' 

Board of Local Improvements, court costs and witness fees fund, placing |3,500 to 

credit of Passed 1864 

Board of Local Improvements, court costs and witness fees fund, placing $2,104.03 to 

credit of Passed 2250 

Board of Local Improvements, Special Assessment Department, ®fBce expenses, etc., 

placing money to credit of Passed 822, 1865 

Board of Local Improvements, Street Department, sub-paving inspectors, placing $4,000 

to credit of Passed 1865 

Board of Local Improvements, Street Department, expenses, etc., placing money to 

credit of Passed 1865, 2250 

Board of Local Improvements, office supplies, placing $1,500 to credit of Passed 1268 

Board of Trade, pay special assessment rebate " 425 

Bohemian Bacheloi'^Club, for banner '" 2063 

Bohemian Turner Hall, in re. charge for inspection fees " 2183 

Bokholdt & Bossinga, pay for loss of horse '' 1923 

Bomash, Louis, for sign '' 383 

Bond av., permit to use water for sprinkling " 379 

Bonds (water), for issue of $500,000 in •. Fin. 1250 

Booth, H. L., pay special assessment rebate Passed 167 

Bordwell, A. F., pay water tax rebate " 585 

Boston Store property and other real estate, for sale of to pay for small J Passed 1534 

parks, etc | Vet. & Lost 1549 

(See order for an ord., 1587j. 

Bott, Bruno, for telephone wire File 849 

Boyer, A., pay special assessment rebate Passed 167 

Boyer, F. M., for muslin sign " 1866 

Bradley, David E., permit to improve Pierce. Horaan and Hirsch " 2061 

Brady, O. W., permit to maintain receptacle H. D. 656 

Brady, Rose, pay account property damage Passed 684 

Brand, E. L., pay water tax rebate '' 1345 

Brassington, George, permit for fruit stand S. & A., S. D. 190 

Brelawa, Jacob, permit to repair building Passed 951 

Brennan, Thomas, pay special assessment rebate '' 3326 

Brewer and Hoffman, Brewing Co., permit for underground wire " 1147 

Bricklayers Union, for banners " 966 

Bridewell (House of Correction) to take ord. in re. commitment of boys from file and 

refer t© Jud Passed 197 

Bridgeport Pumping Station, to turn ever to Department of Electricity Fin. 2184 



INDEX. CLXXI 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 
Bridges- Page 

Department, transferring 131,204.84 to credit of Reported 1974 

California ar. over Mud Lake,' for ord. for H., V. & B. 285, 22G6 

I Passed 1173 

California av. over Mud Lake, for plans for and to let contract^ V t d d Lost 1236 

California av. over Mud Lake. Finance Committee to report cost Fin. 2128 

( See item in app. bill for this bridge, p. 2817. \ 

Calumet River at 95th St., for plans, etc., and to let contract Passed 1249 

Clybourn ar., for plans of bascule bridge " 1148 

Jackson st. (27th ward), for repair of " 713 

Taylor St., to close, pending erection of new bridge " 170 

Taylor st. (old structure), to remove to Main St., etc '' 128 

Taylor St. (old structure), authorizing sale ©f " 2443 

Thirty-seventh st. (So. branch) , for plans and specifications Fin. 2519 

Webster av., to place in service Passed 1148, 2126 

Weed St. and Clybourn av.. for plans for bascule bridges Passed 1148 

Western ar. (South), to arrange with McCormick H. Co. to repair, etc " 1748 

Brlskie, Mrs. Sophia, pay account personal injury " 2228 

Bromley, M. A. and W. M., pay water tax rebate, " 168 

Brossman, J., pay special assessment rebate " 1761 

Brown, Charles J., pay claim for salary " 1704 

Brown, Edward, pay water tax decrease " 2236 

Brown, Sam, Jr., permit for all improvements bet. Hirsch, Homan, Chicago and 

Central Park avs " 656 

Brown, Sam. Jr., permit for sewer in Carmen ay " 714 

^ ^ .. ^ . . ^ A « Passed 1868 

Brown, Sam, Jr., permit for improvement and under- 4 ^ , -, ^ j ^ ^ t> ^ -moo 

' ' ^ ^ { Vetoed, Amended and Passed 1933 

ground work in Warsaw av I Vetoed and Lost 2029 

Brown, Sam, Jr., permit to connect water main, Dickey estate File 537 

Brown, Sam, Jr., permit to connect water main, Dickey estate Passed 491 

Brown, W. L., for two electric signs '' 1294 

Browning, Charles, for electric sign " 2558 

Bryan. Samuel, pay special assessment rebate '' 2848 

Bryant, H. B., pay special assessment rebate " 1761 

Buehler, Minnie, pay account personal injury '' 859 

Buildings — 

Adams and Clark sts., permit to proceed with two upper stories " 2064 

Adams and Clark sts., order rescinding permit to proceedwith two ( S. & A., S. 2128 

upper stories ^ File 2279 

Bond ay., Nbs. 7346 and 7350, permits for erection of barns Passed 668 

Cleaning windows, for report as to why Sec. 198, ord. March 28, 1898, is not 

enforced * '' 712 

Cleaning windows, for Com. on Jud. to consider ord. amending Sec. 198 in re. . . Jud. 2128 

Cottage Grove av.. No. 7420, permit for addition Passed 553 

i Passed 2236 

Forty-«ighth av. and Fulton st., permit to move church edifice 



Rescinded.. 2438 

Fifty-fifth St. and Indiana av. (apartment), for permit for construction Passed 1174 

Greenwood av. and 50th st., for permit to repair " 667 

Framg addition on Lot 12, Block 5, McC. Col. Exp. Sub., etc., permit, to 

construct " 150 

Lawrence av., t© revoke permit for laundry on " 284 

McElroy, William, permit for frame building "• 151 

Rosalie court, No. 5807, permit to alter "' 378 

Shed at 956 N. Halsted st., permit for ^ " 2181 

Sixty-first st., on viaduct site, not to issue permit if, etc " 379 



203 
1761 

770 
1761 



CLXXII INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS—Continued. ' 
Buildings— Page 

Sixty-third st., No. 1251 East, permit to alter building Passed 499 

Thirty-fifth St., bet. Indiana and Prairie avs., t© move buildings back to line.. " 1750 

Washburn av.. No. 80, to allow work to proceed " 1803 

• (Passed 284 

Wellsst.,N®. 254, to revoke permit ] Vet. & Lost 345 

Burch, C. S., pay special assessment rebate Passed 1761 

Bureau of Sewers Fund, transfer $3,500 from to credit Special Assessment Office. " 822 

Burke, James H., pay special assessment rebate '" 1761 

Burke, Thomas, pay refund account, sale of property through error 

Burns, C, pay special assessment rebate 

Burns, Mrs. Martha, pay account personal injury 

Butler, W. P., pay special assessment rebate 

Buxbaura, S., for electric sign " 1'-'^'^ 

Byrne, M. P., pay reserves due " "^"^ 

Cadigan, Tim, pay account personal injury '' 1614 

Caledonian Society, for banners ' Passed, 653, 720 

Calh®ua pi., permit to pave, private contract Passed 390 

Calumet National Bank, pay special assessment rebate " 683 

Calumet River at 95th st., for ferry " ^^'[^ 

Calumet Shirt Co., for electric wire 

Cames, Vincent, for barber pole 

Camobell av. at Pan-Handie crossing, company to plank, etc " 1463 

{License .... 279 
pi^g 987 

Canal pumping station, transferring $2,073.28 to coal account Passed 1751 

Canal pumping station, transferring $5,000 to credit of Reported 1903 

Canal pumping station, transferring $100 to credit of Passed 2263 

" 151 
Cannon, John, permit to construct sewers 

Carne & Coombs, pay special assessment rebate '' l'j44 

Carney, W. J., & Co., pay lumber license refund " ^85 

Carpenter, Geo. B. & Co., for telephone wire " 1^*^^ 

Carpenter st., between 68th and 69th, permit to build sidewalks " 389 

Carroll & Lancaster, for electific sign ' " 3^7*^ 

'' 718 



2624 
1137 



Carswell, Wm. M., permit to lay water service pipe in Kedzie av 

Cartan, John T., & Co.. pay for loss of horse " ^^^ 

Carter, Wm. H., pay saloon license refund '' ^611 



Cary (or Crary) . Ralph W., pay for loss of clothes '" ^ ^^ 

Gary, Wilson, pay for material furnished " 1'^ 

Cashman, Rev. T. F., pay water tax rebate ^ " ^p44 

Catch basin at Hermitage av. and Bloomiugdaie rd., for. " 3299 



Catch basins in Lexington av. 



between 64th and 65th sts., for " 1458 

u 14S1 

Catherwood, Clara, pay water tax rebate -* ^^^ 

Catholic Bishop of Chicago, pay special assessment rebate " ^ ^ 1039 

Catholic Order of Foresters, for banners - Passed 656, 719 

Cave, C. R., for electric sign Passed 2796 

Centre av., Adams to 12th sts., to stop street railway company from paving, etc. . |^' 1330 

Centre av. viaduct, to pull down barricade 1 <49 

Chairs for committee room, to purchase three dozen " 1334 

Chandler, F. R., pay special assessment rebate " I'^l 

Charity Pleasure Club, for banner ;^ ^" ^^'J 

Charles st., bet. 104th and 105th sts., to remove obstructions S. & A. S. D. a2 

Chase Electric Sign Co., for electric sign at 119 5th av Passed 2546 

Chicago autumnal festival, for temporary permits for signs, decorations, etc '' 1137 



INDEX. CLXXIII 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Rage 

Chicago Avenue Pumping Station Fund, transferring $1,000 to Washington 

Heights Pumping Station i Passed 661 

Chicago City's account books, to print reports of examination by experts Fin. 667 

Chicago Coffin Co., for telephone wire Passed 1519 

Chicago Court No. 15 T. B. H., for banner '' 1591 

Chicago Day, Oct. 9th and 10th, 1899, closing all departments " 1294 

Chicago Edison Co., permit for poles in Twentieth Ward File 200 

Chicago Electrotypers' Union, for banner Passed 1461 

Chicago Sailors' Home Mission, for banner Passed 1252, 1254 

Chicago Slate and Mantle Co., pay special assessment rebate Passed 586 

Chicago Telephone Co., to repair Harrison st " 1748 

Chicago Telephone Co., permit to run wires to 1122 Southport av File 849 

Chicago Turngemeinde, for banner Passed 2879 

ChiyalrieE. No. 2, K. P., for banner " 1965 

Christian, H. W., & Co., pay for laying water mains " 2321 

Christiansen, C. N., for electric sign " 1689 

(Passed 2236 

Church Society, 48th av. and Fulton St., permit to move church -l . 

( Fin , 1371 

Cicero, Town of, Committee on Finance to confer with Board Trustees, etc. -I ^ , _^^ 

' ' I Passed 1540 

(See resolution adopted, 1807.) 

City of Chicago's account books, to print report of examination of Fin. 667 

City Clerk to report all franchises carrying compensation to city Passed 1517 

(See reports, 1646, 1710, 1772.) 

City Clerk, for additional appropriation for sup>'lies " 1701 

City Collector's office, transferring money from, to Special Assessment Department " 822 

City Comptroller and Collect©r, to report, per Section 40, Revised Code " 1748 

(See report of Comptroller, 1813.) 
City Comptroller, for report in re. collections from corporations, etc., etc " 1298 

(See reports, 1435, 1553, 1629.) 
City Comptroller, granting additional time in which to report " 1330 

City Employes, Salaries — 

Passed 194 

Not to deduct for Saturday half holidays 



Vet. & Lost 208 

To allow pay to all for holidays Fin. 1374 

To pay 75 per cent until, etc Passed 2179 

To pay December, 1899, salaries " 1798 

jCity Engineer's office, transferring money to credit of " 1846 

City Hall- 
Corridors, to be cleaned by men "' 2181 

Signs on main floor, for '" 2262 

City ordinances, to provide the Alderman of 16th ward with copy of "■ 2061 

City power house at Lincoln and Rice sts., tor sidewalk around '' 656 

City printing, rescinding award to Chicago Democrat, etc " 129 

I Passed 1267 

City printing, awarding to Chicago Labor World • -I -r^ n " t " " -r^*.^ 

Vet. & Lost 12v2 

City printing, to re- advertise for proposals Passed 1299 

City property in West Water st., for report as to use by private parties " 17ll 

(See reports, 1775 and 2107.) 

City real estate, for an ord. to sell for benefit of small parks, etc " 1586 

City Treasurer, Ernst Hummel, relating to settlement with *' 584 

Claims of various parties, for report from Finance Committee as to action (Aid. Patter- 
son) Fin. 718 



CLXXIV INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS- Continued. 

Page 

Clafliii, A. St. M., permit to repair sidewalk Passed 2263 

Clafiin, Isaac, & Co., pay speciaFassessiuent rebate " 1039 

Clark, Edwin M., pay water tax rebate " 1266 

Clark, L. J., for electric sign...^ " 1136 

Clark St., from "Wrightwood to Diversey, to prevent conduits until, etc ' " 816 

Clarkdale property owners, to comply with pet. in re, drainage " 2058 

Cieary, D., & Co., pay account laying water pipe Passed 2233, 2235 

Ciines, John, pay account personal injury Passed 1704 

Closing city departments Oct. 9th and 10th, for " 1294 

Cody, A. B., pay special assessment rebate " 2226 

Coffee, Michael, permit to finish cottage " 1356 

Coflman, S., permit to repair building " 138 

Cohen, Ed, for electric sign " 389 

Collins, C. D., pay water tax rebate " l'''^ 

Collins & Ewing, pay special assessment rebate " 1039 

Columbia Clock C®., for electric sign " 1304 

Combits, John, for telephone wire " 1519 

Committee reports other than Finance, in re. calling up f©r action Rules 820 

Committee rooms on fourth floor, to remodel Passed 425 

(Passed 1304 

Commonwealth Electric Co., not to erect poles in Thirty-second Ward ) v t & Lost 1309 

Condon, E. A., pay special assessment rebate Passed 171 

Conduits in North Clark st., to prevent laying until, etc " 816 

Congdon Brake Shoe Co., pay special assessment rebate ... " I'^Sl 

Congdon, L. H. , pay special assessment rebate " 171 

Conlin, Thos., pay water tax rebate '" 1931 

Conlin, James A., pay real estate license refund '" 1613 

Connell, John, pay special assessment rebate '' 3444 

Consolidated Danish Societies, for banner " 560 

Continental Bolt and Iron Works, permit for boiler in alley " 384 

Conway, R. F., & Co., to complete paving Superior av '' l'<34 

Convieton & McKinnon, for electric signs " 3477 

(Passed 383 

Cook County Democracy, for banners <. ^ „ j^^^^ 427 

Cook, G., pay water tax rebate Passed 1702 

Coolahan, Wm., pay water tax rebate " 1344 

Cooney, Frank, pay for loss of boat " '^'^l 

Copp, G. A., for call bell wire " 3618 

Cormack, Joseph, pay special assessment rebate " l***^! 

Corrigan, Michael, pay special assessment rebate " 683 



Costello, John, pay for services. 



" 175 

Council Committee rooms, to remodel '' 4L5 

Council Rules, amending No. 1, ! afternoon sessions) File 13b5 

County hearse, to regulate running time Passed 380 

Court Champlain, I. O. F., for banner " 1591 

Coyle, Phil, pay salary 

Croft, Mrs. F. W., pay account property damage 

Cudahy, Julia, pay account personal injury 

Culver, Mrs. S. B., permit for frame addition " 553 

Culvert in Greenwood av., to construct " H^^ 

Culverts in Kedzie av., to construct and remove wire fence, etc. , '' 1351 

Cummings, E. A., & Co., for electric sign " 1460 

Cummings, E. A., & Co., pay special assessment rebate " 1761 

Curtis, Lester, pay special assessment rebate " 3444 

Custom House place, Nos. 137-9, pay special assessment rebate " 168 



2320 
2643 
1610 



INDEX. CLXXV 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Dahm, Mrs. Delia, pay account personal injury Passed 1470 

B'Ancona, F. and A., pay special assessment rebate " Ku 

Danforth, Anna, pay special assessment rebate " 171 

Darche, Geo. C, pay special assessment rebate " 2i20 

Darling, H. W., permit for erection of barn " GGS 

Daube, J. L., pay water tax rebate " 168 

Davis, The John, Co., permit for wire " 1461 

Dawson, John B., pay special assessment rebate. , . ..- " 1G7 

Dearborn Foundry Co., for item in appropriati©n bill to pay claim ©f company Fin. 2559 

De Boer, Wm., permit to build sidewalli crossing: Passed 384 

Deed from C. & W. I. R. R. of land for street purposes, accepting " 1430 

Deering, H., Co., authorizing agreement for sewer, etc., in Diversey av " 2287 

De Jonghe, H., for electric sign " 1136 

Deke, H. B., pay water tax rebate " 684 

Delamater, S., permit to build sewer " 285 

Delaware Boat Club, for banners " 2126 

Delay transfer tickets, for draft of ord. regulating " 2060 

Department estimates, for report to Council of, etc " 1593 

Department of Public Works, transferring money to ''■ 1269 

Department ©f Public W®rks, transferring money to, for opinion as to legality. . . " 1593 

(See opinion, 1645.) 

Department of Supplies, for report of all purchases, etc " 1748 

(See report, 1846.) 

Desk keys for Aldermen, to furnish " 1592 

Devlin, F. A., pay water tax rebate.. " 684 

Dewes Brewing Co., pay special assessment rebate '' 2227 

Dewey, A. B., permit to lay drains and water service pipes " 15S6 

Order as to drains Vet. & Lost 1629 

Dewey, A. B., permit to lay 130 drains Passed 1863 

De Wolf, W. L. . pay special assessment rebate " 1036 

Dickinson, Paul, permit to repair shed " 1741 

Dillon, John, pay account property damage " 1610 

Ditches in Drexel, Ellis, Debson avs., etc., etc., to clean' " 1174 

Division st., Chicago and California avs. (Fourteenth Ward), to light by j Passed 1869 

electricity j Vet. & Lost 1928 

Dobroth, Otto, permit for brick house Passed 2552 

859 

770 
1705 

381 
1966 

169 
2324 

171 
2022 

168 

425 



Dodson, Daniel, pay account personal injury 

Doebler, Herman, pay account personal injury 

Doell, Wm. D., for refund of rendering license 

Doland, F. H., pereiit sidewalk at curb 

Donlan , Samuel, for banner ' 

Donohue, F. R., pay water tax decrease 

Dooling, Nellie, pay water tax decrease 

Downey, J., pay special assessment rebate 

Downs, Mrs. Margaret, pay account personal injury 

Doyden, H. W., pay water tax rebate 

Draflkon. Frank, pay special assessment rebate 

Drain permits in Michigan av. (Thirty-fourth Ward), to refund to certain parties. Fin. 2178 

Drains in Milwaukee av., between C,, M. & St. P. and N. W. Rys., for Passed 712 

Drake estate, for bay windows " 867 

Drake, W. H., pay special assessment rebate " 1761 

Drexel Cafe Co.,vfor electric sign " 2063 

^ , ^ ,^ , ^ , (Passed 1481 

Drexel, Lucy Vv., and J. W. Arkell, pay account laying Avater mains. . . . . { ^^ „ ^ 

I Vet. & Lost. 14^54 



CLXXVI INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Page 

Drug- store, 13S9 Ogden av. , for telephone wire Passed 3792 

Duffy, Joseob J., to pay a judgment " -^06 

Dumping in Rebecca st., to discontinue -^""^^ 

Dumps, to advertise for picldng metal, etc " ''^^63 

Dunning, Frank, pay special assessment rebate " '^^^ 

Durgin. John C. & Co., for lumber license refund " 1611 

Dvorak, J., pay special assessment rebate " l""^ 

Eagle Loan and Homestead, pay special a^essmeut rebate " ^039 

Earle, J. E., for dog license refund " ^^^^ 

Earnshaw, E., for special assessment rebate '' I'^l 

East End Park, for item in appropriation bill for piling to protect Fin. 2559 

Eastman, J. C pay special assessment rebate Passed 586 

Eo-o'leston, B., pay special assessment rebate " 1036 

^=> 1 1 t- ; Jr ^^ 9007 

Eggleston, D., pay special assessment rebate '^'^■*' 

EFghty-ninth St., Nos. 3235-7, pay water tax rebate '' 1344 

Eizuer, Joseph, pay special assessment rebate " 2^27 

Elandt, Adolph, pay water tax rebate || 1^66 

Election Commissioners, permit to occupy fourth tloor, City Hall '' 2513 

Electricity— 

Bridgeport Pumping Works, to turn over to Department of Electricity l^ln. ^i-o't 

Conductors, for report of illegal operation of G., O. & E, L. 1869 

Currents, for report of dan.age to water pipes Passed 803 

(Passed 1869 

Division st., Chicago and California avs., for lights •< y^^^ ^ -^^^^ ^ggg 

Electrical Department foremen and arc light trimmers, to pay salaries Fin. 1329 

Electric light, maintaining plants, transferring money to credit of Passed 2264 

Fall Festival Association, permits for electric lights, etc '' 972 

Liffht extension. City Eelectrician to report on, f 150,000 appropriation, etc. . . " 2439 

^ (Passed 1869 

Lights in Fourteenth Ward, to provide for in next Appropriation BilW ^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^g 

Lights in festoons on Madison st., to hang Passed 1254 

Lights in festoons on North av., to hang ••• '' ^'^f*^ 

Lights in North Side wards, under agreement, etc., for report in re . . " •'J57 

(See report, 692.) 

One Hundred and Third street crossing, Pennsylvania Company to place light " 2179 

Sign, electric, at 9222 Commercial av., permit for " 12o0 

Springfield and Central Park Avenues Pumping Stations, for plants " 171 

Subways under C. & N. W. Ry. elevation, company to place " 1329 

Wires in Desplaines st., to place underground '^' 2^71 

Wires in Flournoy st.. to place underground " ^620 

Wires in Halsted St., to place underground " 3486 

Elevated railways, for opinion in re. compelling the painting of " 1331 

(See opinion, 1443.) 

Elevators— ^^ ^^, ^^^._, 

City Hall, to repair, etc P^f^^ 3^3, 08b, 1043 

Passed 2182 

City Hall, to put all in operation j y^^ ^ ^^5^ 2246 

J Passed 719 

City Hall, t© discharge conductors i yg^_ ^ ^^g^ -75 

Ellis av., bet. 35th and 89th sts., for repair Passed 489 

Ellsworth av., bet. Polk and Mather, to change grade, 

El Moderno Co., for sign 

Elston av., to omit from list to be paved, etc 
Em 



949 
1252 

2265 



me, Herman, permit for water trough Passed 557, 1299 



INDEX. 



CLXXVII 



ORDERS MISCELLANEOUS-Continued. 

Pa^e 
English High and Manual Training School, to include sum for in appropriation bill. .File 2882 

Engstraud, Lothgren & C©., for water tax and building permit refund Passed 1481, 1704 

Ennis, R. B., pay special assessment rebate Passed 2648 

Equitable Savings Assn., pay water tax rebate " 203 

Equitable Trust Co., for water main refund " 821 

Erickson, J. M., for electric sign " 1806 

Erickson, M., for water tax and meter refund " 2229 

Erie, Noble and Blackhawk sts., W. D. Ry. Co. to repair " 137 

Erricson, Chas., permit to finish building '• 271*2 

Escanaba av. at C, R. I. & P., etc., Rys. crossing, companies to build sidewalks " 668 

Evans av. (e. s.), from 67th to 68th sts., permit t© build sidewalk " 378 

; Ewing Street Congregational church, for sign " 2879 

Falkenau, Harry, for sign " 2186 

Fall Festival Association, permit to erect buildings, arches, etc., etc " 1143 

Fall Festival Association, permit for electric light columns, etc., (two orders) " 972 

Farr, M. A., pay special assessment rebate '' 171 

Farrell, -Peter, permit to lay sidewalk to curb , " 1378 

Farwell, J. V. and C. B., pay special assessment rebate " 683 

Fay, J. Edwards, pay special assessment rebate " 1761 

Fay, John H., pay water tax rebate " 1539 

Featherstone, Ruth A., pay special assessment rebate '• 586 

Feeley, W. J., for sign " 1332 

Feinberg, H., for milk license reiuad '' 1613 

Fellows, Oliver, pay special assessment rebate " 586 

Fence around new post office, permit to build. " 588 

j Passed 588 

I Vet. & Lost. 593 



Fence at 55th and Wallace sts. (s. w. cor.), for removal, 



Fern, W . W , pay water tax decrease Passed 2n47 

Fernald, J. W., pay special assessment rebate " 171 

Ferris, J. H., for electric sign "■ 2432 

Perry, Chas. H., pay special assessment rebate " 586 

Ferry at 95th st. ( Calumet River) , f or ' ' 1173 

Fertilizing establishment 278 Canalport av., permit for erection H. D. 1749 

Field, Marshall, permit for excavation of alley from Holden pi. to Wabash av., etc. Passed 972 

Fifth Ward Building and Loan Association, pay special assessment rebate " 2314 

Fiftieth ct. and Pan-Handle Railways, etc., companies to plank •■' 666 

Finstad, H., pay water tax rebate , " 202 

Finucan, C. F., for electric sign " 1682 

Fire— 

Alarm boxes — 

Belmont and Central Park avs., for '' 2795 

Twenty-first st. and Hoyne av., for.. " ■ 2520 

Thirty-eighth and Butler sts., for Passed 1515, 1682, 1749 

Forty-second av. and Thirteenth st., for Passed 2796 

Fiftieth and Laflin sts., for '^ 2466 

Fifty-fourth and Bishop sts., for " 1586 

Fifty-ninth St. and Princeton av., for " 2558 

Boats, stokers and pilots on, to increase pay Fin. 2616 

Engine house on Jefferson av. north of 69th st., for item in appropriation 
bill for 



Engine house on 69th st., betweed Halsted and Ashland, for item in appro- 
priation bill for 

Hydrant on Foster av., east of Sheridan road, for 

Hydrants on Greenwood av. i27th ward), to remove, etc 



1974 

Passed 1689 

816 

'' 2795 



CLXXVIII 



INDEX. 



ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS-Contmued. 
-n,. . Page 

Transfer of monies in the department, for (two orders) Passed 1268 

Transfer of monies in the department, from Fund A to D, for " 3364 

Fire crackers, etc., for strict enforcement of law relating to " '^30 

First M. E. Ckurch, Gross Park, for removal of lamp postto front of '• 3S79 

Fisher and Dowling, pay water tax rebate " ^^"^^ 

Fish Furniture Co., for electric signs Passed 3361, 3617 

Fisk, D. B., & Co., pay special assessment rebate " ^35, 10d9 

Fitzgerald, Austin, pay account personal injury Passea 1613 

Flagmen at down-town crossings, for opinion as to power to compel " 4S7 

(See opinion, page 536, and ord., page 598.) 

Flannagan, (909 37th pi.) pay water tax rebate '' ^^45 

Flannigan, Wm., pay account property damage '^| 1615 

Fleetwood, Tillie, pay water tax rebate |' j^^^^ 

"Flipping" cars, for enforcement of ord. against 

Flournoy st., Det. Western and Oakley ays., place wires underground |' 3630 

Flushing paved sts. (asphalt) , for item in appropriation bill for ''^ 1869 

Flynn, Michael, pay for loss of horse .' || ^' 

Forbes, A. M., for wagon license refund 

Ford River Lumber Co., for lumber license refund ''^ 1611 

Formato, Louis, for barber pole '' J^^ 

Foulk, H., electric sign [^ ""^ 

Fourth Ward Boys Club, permit to play ball etc ^^ '^^ 

Fourteenth place. No. 309, pay water tax rebate '^ 4^5 

Fortieth av., bet. Lake and r2th sts., to remove obstructions ^" 492 

Fortieth av.. improvement (system) , for report in re. second ord. for '| 3473 

Fortieth st., from Clark to State sts., for opinion as to city's rights " 1350 

(See communications and opinion, pages 1318, 1715 and 1846.) 

Forty-tirst av.. from Dickens to Humboldt avs., permit for sewer '" 385 

Forty-first Street Presbyterian Cburch, pay special assessment rebate '| 586 

Forty-eighth st., bet^:een Green and Morgan, to plank railroad crossing '^' 554 

Forty-ninth st., between State and Indiana, permit lay sidewalk at curb || ^554 

Foster, Thomas, pay water tax rebate ^^ '^^^ 

Fowler Rolling Mill, pay special assessment rebate _'' -^^b 

Frake, James, permit to use space in Bixby pi '^^^^ •^'^'^ 

Franchises carrying compensation. City Clerk to report all Passed 1517 

(See reports, pages 1646, 1710 and 1773. See also City Comptroller.) 

Frank, Monroe, pay special assessuient rebate. || 10^9 

Frank & StoU, for muslin sign '^| ^^||6 

Frankenberg. Chas., f@r sign - • ■ • ' 

Franklin, S.. for electric wire Passed 3363 2433 

Franklin Harrison, Polk and Lomax, clean and remove dirt (two orders) Passed 1331 

Franklin Uni^n, tor banners '^'''''^ Z^.yf^, 

Fraser & Chalmers, permit to maintain telephone system -I'ne ^uu 

French, C. G.. pay special assessment rebate Passed 171, 1761 

Fredriehs, Mrs., pay water tax rebate.. Passed 1366 

Froom, Margaret A., pay account personal injury ^| '[^ 

Frost, Charlotte, pay account personal injury '' ^^ 

Fuller con av.. No. 293 (West) , pay water tax rebate '| 1^^^ 

Fullerton Avenue Pumping Station, transferring money to credit of |^ 3^63 

Fulton Street M. E. Church, pay water tax rebate " -^-^S 

Fulton St., from 44th to 46th avs., for an ®rder to remove stay on iaiprovement.. . . '^^ 38o 

Fulton St., No. 1038, pay water tax rebate '| l^^ 

Funds, for report of unexpended balances from last appropriation ^. . ^ ' lol9 

(See Comptroller's report and eommunication from C. P. W., page 1556.) 
Funeral processions in Pratt and Perry avs. (Rogers Park) , to prohibit '' 381 



INDEX. CLXXIX 

OKDERS— MISCELLANEOUS-Coatinued. 

Page 

Funerals, county hearse, to regulate its running Passed 380 

Gaffney & Long-, to withhold vouchers from, etc. (Lake st. paving) S. & A., W. D. 1742 

Gaffney & Long, pay account vouchers ^Passed ksSlS 

Gage, Seth, pay special assment rebate u gg^ 

Gallagher, B., for water trough u gg-j. 

Gamble, John, for storm doors u ^^ggg 

Gammon, Geo. D., for electric sign u ^^^^ 

Garbage — 

Collection of, for enforcement of law as to '< 1^50 

Removal, for detailed report of u ggg 

Revision and amplification of ord. relating to " ^1 

Garden City P. & P. Co. (use Head) , to allow judgment " 587 

Gas — 

Authorizing the lighting of streets and for confirmation of judgments in 

favor of company u ggg 

Bills, Comptroller to submit all to Council, and issue no vouchers, etc File 1141 

Bills, Comptroller submit all of P. G. L. & C. Co. lo Council etc i ^^'^ ^^^ 

■■■■ (File 1176 

Bills, in re. ignoring former order as to auditing, for report \^' ^'^ ^' ^' ^^^^ 



_ Reported. .. 1470 
(See communication from City Electrician, page 1490.) ' 

Lamps, Comptroller to prepare time table Passed 2125 

Lamps that may be shut off, to replace by oil or gasoline Fin. 965 

Lamps not in use, to remove all Passed 1743 

(See communication C. P. W. in re., page 1774.) 
Lamps in each ward, for list of u ^^^^^ 

Lamps, for schedule of those in service. .. . J Passed 964 

I \^et. & Lost 1057 

Lamps, f®r list of those in service Passed 1141 

Mains, etc., in streets to be improved, for ©pinion as to power to compel 

l^yi^S^f " 1686 

(See opinion, page 1708.) 

Mains, etc., for opinion as to power to compel P., G. L. & C. Co. to lay " 1789 

(See opinion, page 1772.) 

Mains in Ashland, Edgewater, Bryn Mawr avs., P. G. L. & C. Co. to lay '• 1326 

Mains in Evaaston av., from Devon north to limits, P. G. L. & C. <_ o. to lay " 1519 
Mains in Herndon st., from. Belden to Garfield, P. G. L. & C. Co. to lay. . .. " 1684 

Mains in Kedzie av., from 200 feet west of 24th St., etc., to connect " 1803 

Mains in Ridgeway av., from Armitage to Cortland, P. G. L. & C. Co. to lay. 

Passed 2059, 2127 

Mains in Turner av., from 23d to 26th, P. G. L. & C. Co. to lay Passed 2433 

Mains in Winthrop av., from Lawrence to Ainsley, for.. ,,., " 714 

Pipes in street, to prevent without permit File 393 

Posts, for maps showing location G. O. & E. L. 490 

Testing three lamps in each ward, for. ( See report, page 2848. ) Passed 2234 

Gates (Railroad) — 

Harbor av., railroad companies to place u 499 

May, Aberdeen, Carpenter and Morgan sts. at Pan Handle Railroad, for 

gates and watchmen u ggg 

One Hundred and Thirty-sixth st. (Hegewisch), companies to erect " 1734 

Gaulter, Frank, pay special assessment rebate u ^gg 

Gayton, W. C, pay special assessment rebate u ■j^-j.-j^ 

Gaynor, Tom, for electric sign .'.'".'** " 1593 

Geduldig, M. A., for arch .!"..'.'.".'.".'.'...'.'. " 1972 



CLXXX 



INDEX. 



ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Page 

Geisler, V. H. , permit for inch pipe in Prospect av Passed 16S9 

General Electric Railway, authorizing action to test validity of franchise '^'^ HoS 

Gentlemen, James, for electric sign ' ^'' ^ 

Gassier, J., pay special assessment rebate ^^ ^^ 

Gillow, William, for refund account service pipes, etc |' ooO 

Gilmore, Bertha, pay account personal injury ^'^' ' '^ 

Girard st., No. 728, pay water tax decrease • '' ^324 

Glengylepl., perraitP. J. McNulty tolay drains '' l^Ob 

Glickauf, E. S., permit to repair sidewalk '" ^^*^^ 

Glos, H. L., pay water tax rebate '^^ J^^^ 

Gtos, Jacob, pay special assessment rebate ^| ^^^^^ 

Goldberry, W. M., for barber pole " ^^^|J 

Goldstein, Sarah, pay special assessment rebate ^' ^^^ 

Goldstein, Sallie, pay special assessment rebate • • '' '"^ 

Goodenough Bros., for sign ^^ 

Goodrich, H. A., permit to repair sidewalk ^^ ^^^ 

Gord©n, C. W., permit to improve Gorden ter ^'' 1^90 

Gordon and Lipman, for call wire • || ^'^^ 

Gordon, Dr. L. E., for call wires '' ^^^^ 

Gorton, E. F., pay special assessment rebate • 

Grace st., from Hermitage to Bast Ravenswood Park, permit to pave || 285 

Grace st., from Southport to Herndon, permit for sidewalk '^' 1461 

Grade of sidewalks in Thirty-first Ward, to establish all " 2o23 

Grand Army of the Republic Encampment for 1900, invitation to hold in Chicago '^'^ 721 

Granger, C. B., for barber pole |^' l^J^ 

Grannis, W. C. D., pay special assessment rebate ' ^''"^ 

Gray, John A., pay special assessment rebate "^ ^^^ 

Great Northern Hotel C®., for electric sign '| ^J-^^ 

Great Northern Moulding Co., f©r electric wire ' '^^ ^^J^O 

Green, Clarence, for sign • ^^ ^ 

Green and Catton, for electric sign ^^ | 

Green St., from Chicago to Milwaukee avs., permit to pave » .... ' 11^'^ 

Greenwoodav., betweenKidderct. and Patzack pL, for an ordinanee to straighten. B. L. I. 2877 

Greenwood av.. No. 7108, pay water tax rebate Passed 1344 

j Passed 128 

Griesheimer & Co., for band staud ■ i yet. & Lost. ISO 

Griesheimer, M., for electric sign • • J^^^^ 200 

Griffith, Robt., appointing committee to attend memorial service in Lake View. . 1 asseol <wbib 

Griffin, Thomas, pay salary ^^ ' 

Griggs, A. J., pay water tax rebate ^^ ^^^^^ 

Grosse, John Co., for band stand ^^ " ;j| 

Grosse, J ulius, for bay window • ^^ * 

Grucki, Stephen, pay water tax rebate ^^ ^' 

Grunders, Frank, pay special assessment rebate '^| ^^^^ 

Grundies, John, pay water tax rebate '^' j j^ 

Guerin, Webster, lor banner 

. Guther, C. F., for electric sign ^ ^^ ' 

Gunther, George, pay water tax rebate ^^ ^ J^ 

Haas, Philip, for cloth sign '••• |^ '^' 

Haase, E. R. & Co., pay special assessment rebates ^^ |^;J* 

Haberbosch, M., pay special assessment rebates ^'^ ^^3. 

Haff man, Martha, pay special assessment rebates '^ ^j- 

Hall, S. F., pay account loss of horse ^^ '' 

Halleck, F. J., for special assessment refund '' ' ^ 

Halsted st. (Sixth Ward), C. P. W., ''to^get after paving contractors," etc " 1138 



INDEX. CLXXXI 

ORDERS-MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Pajre 

Halsted st., Nos. 499 and 555, for muslin signs .' Passed 1871 

Hamilton, D. G. et al., claim account opening 84th st. (passed June 28, 1897) 

Re-Com. to Fin. 6f37 

Handley, Patrick, pay account personal injury Passed 1614 

Hanley, Michael, for wages " 2320 

Hannah, John, pay special assessment rebate " 1761 

Hansel & Elcock Foundry Co., to enclose building with corrugated iron " 1295 

Hansen, Anna L., pay special assessment rebate " 586 

Hanson, C. C, pay special assessment rebate " 167 

Hanson, Jacob, pay salary . " 1922 

Harding, George F., pay water tax rebate " 2235 

Harms, Henry, permit to construct sewer in Aldine av '' 146 

Harms, Henry, permit to pave Aldine av,, from Lake Shore drive to 300 (Passed 284 

feet west j Rescinded . . 2060 

-rx . , ^. -o 1 • ^ ^ •„- , . i Passed 1373 

Harrison st. , trom Paulina st. to TV estern av. , to repair .4 

\ Vet. & Lost 1434 

Hartman Furniture Co., for electric sign Passed 128 

Hartman, Leon, pay special assessment rebate " 1036 

Haskell Bros., for lamp sign '■<■ 128 

Hauk, J. and E., for canvas sign. " 380 

Haymarket Statue, for item in appropriation bill to place in good condition Fin. 2620 

Health Department, transferring 111,018.67 to credit of maintainance account Passed 3264^ 

Heegard, W. H. & Co., for electric sign " 2063 

Heffern, Wm., pay wages, etc i Passed 2261 

I Vet. & Lost 2293 

Heffernan, Wm. P., pay for services, etc Passed 2646 

Heffron, Daniel,. for electric sign " 1257 

Heidhues, E., for band stand " 132S 

Heisen, C. C, pay water tax rebate '• 168 

HelbocL, Jacob, permit to repair sidewalk ' ^ 277 

Henson, H. L. , pay water tax rebate " 203 

Herbert, J. H., pay special assessraent rebate " 171 

Herrick and Buckingham, pay special assessment rebate '^ 1039 

Hersfinkel, M., permit for canopy " 2880 

Hesselbom, J. A., permit to erect clock " 379 

Heusner Baking Co., for telephone wire '' 971 

Heywood Bros. & Morrell, for electric wire. .. ; " 2472 

Hibbard. Porter & Bro., pay special assessment rebate (two) '- 171 

Higgins. George, pay account personal injury " 860 

Higgins, Mrs., permit to finish building at 84 Washburn av " 1802 

Higgins, Mrs. J. D., pay account personal injury " 1612 

i Passed ''I'^S 

HineBros. Co., to revoke license for rendering establishment at 2601 Archer-/ 

] Vet. & Lost 3162 

Another order H. D. 2184 

Hoagland, John, pay water tax decrease - Passed 2236 

Hofstadt, Tony, for sign ^^ 655 

Holdom, J esse, pay special assessment rebate " 1039 

Holmes & Ton, pay water tax rebate * '' 202 

Holstein, Gus, for muslin sign " 1866 

Holstein Park, to include item in Appropriation Bill for improvement Fin. 2520 

Holverscheid, Henry, pay water tax rebate Passed 767 

Hoppe, A. L., for refund of water tax " 1615 

Horan, Edward, for electric sign " 1867 

Horn, F., pay water tax rebate '' 1763 



CLXXXII INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Page 

Horwich Bros., for refund iunk license Passed 1761 

I Passed 933 

Hospital on 50th pi. and 51st st. , permit for private to Dr. Bin kley >■ ^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^g 

Howard, Dr., to allow judgment for service in City Attorney's ofHee Passed 2126 

Howard, A. H., pay special assessment rebate, " lOBG 

Howe, Mrs. Lena, pay account property damage " 2643 

Hub, The, for storm doors S. & A. S. D. 128 

Hubbard, F. M., pay water tax rebate Passed 684 

Hubbard, G. S., pay special assessment rebate '' 1-339' 

Huck, William, for refund amusement license " 169' 

Hudson, Geo. W., pay account personal injury " S59' 

Hughes, Wm. P., pay account personal injury " '^"^0^ 

Hull House, permit for use of water for skating rink " 1805. 

(See ord. in re., page 1835.) 

Hummel, Ernst, Ex-City Treasurer, relating to settlement with " 584r 

Humphrey, for electric sign " 816 

Hurd, John, pay special assessment rebate " 1"61 

Hutton, Jas. S., for electric sign " US''' 

Hyde Park Electric Light and Power Co., and obstructions in alley bet. 71st and 

and 73d sts., to remove '' 152S- 

Illinois District Telegraph Co., for report of authority for laying conduits, etc. , " 1867 

(See report, page 1936.) 
•Illinois District Telegraph Co., Corporation Counsel to report by what authority 

company is doing business, etc., etc " 1968 

(See report, page 2030; see als© Western Union Telegraph Co.) 

Illinois District Telegraph Co., to cut all wires, etc G. O. E. L. 2181 

Illinois Malleable Iron Co., to remove fence Passed 1807 

Illinois Nail Co., to remove fence on Front st. at Lessing st " 1804 

{See opinion of Corporation Counsel, p. 1927, and communication from Comptroller, p. 1936.) 

Illinois St. , No. 204, pay water tax rebate Passed 1266 

Independent B. Pleasure Club, for banner.. '' 2878 

Indiana av., from 13th to 14th sts., B. L. L to proceed to open '' 2624 

Inspectors of sidewalks, for appointment of thee additional " ''12 

Inspectors of sidewalks, to establish twenty-five districts File 2526 

Intercepting sewer from 35th to 51st sts., etc., changing route Passed 575 

Intercepting sewer, Sees. G and H, for inf®rmation in re. plans, etc., and for opinion 

from Corporation Counsel as to contract Passed 1738 

(See opinion, page 1771, and communication, page 1774.) 
Intercepting sewer in 39th st. and Lawrence av., agreement between city and 

Sanitary District concernina: control by latter " 2314 

Interest on city's deposits, to turn over to general fund '' 1970 

I. O. M. A. Club, for banner " 282 

I. O. Vikings (Grand Lodge) , for banners " 818 

Irving School (Lexington st.). School Board lay cement sidewalk " 1966 

Jackman, H. H., pay for services " -^25 

Jackson blvd.. No. 1409, pay water tax rebate '' 1345 

Jacobs, B. F., pay special assessment rebate Passed 586, 2443 

Jacobs, C. H., permit to laj service pipes Passed 2877 

(Vetoed April 9, 1900.) 

Jacobs, Mary Whipple, permit to excavate in South Chicago av " 2012 

Jacobson, G., for signs Passed 1867, 1869 

Jedlick, J. F., pay special assessment rebate Passed 1039 

Jensen & Co. (use Peterson), for water permit refund '' 1610 

Jensik, Joseph, pay water tax rebate " 1539 



INDEX. . CLXXXIil 

ORDERS-MISCELLANEOUS-Continued. 

Pagre 

Jocelyn, F. C, pay special assessment rebate Passed 2227 

Jobnsou, E. H., pay special assessment rebate " loyf) 

Johnson, W. H., pay special assessment rebate '^ 171 

Johnson, Mary, pay special assessment rebate " 1039 

Jones. James F., pay for services " 1342 

Jones, John H., pay special assessment rebate " 171 

Jones, John J., pay account personal injury '• 770 

Joseph, A., for sign , u 1907 

Joy, Thomas D., permit for drains J Passed 1327 

j Vetoed and Passed 1353 

Judges and Clerks of Election, for report as to payment of Passed 947 

Judges and Clerks of Election, to transfer 156,115 to pay Fin 1187 

Judges and Clerks of Election (1899), to pay forthwith Passed 2879 

Kahler, C, pay water tax rebate " I345 

Kallen, Gust, pay special assessment rebate " Qg^ 

Karaerer, W. A., pay account personal in jury .- „ '^ §59 

Kaplan, C, for sign J Passed 180-1 

I Vet. & Lost. 1837 

Kaufman, A., for banner Passed 1870 

1539 
1611 

859 

488 



Kaufman, H. C, pay water tax rebate 
Kavanaugh, P. H., fer saloon license refund. 
Kearns, Thos. G., pay account personal injury. 
Kelly, J. W., for bay window 



Kelm Bros, and Mertz, permit excayate alley for boiler room " 49I 

Kennedy, B. A., pay water tax rebate .' " 148o 



Kennedy, D. Z., permit for drains J ^^^^ed 1810 

I Vetoed and Passed. 1838 

Kennedy, D. Z., permit for service pipes Passed 1809 

Kenny, J. F. & Co., pay account loss of horse, etc , " 359 

Kerfoot, W. D. & Co., pay special assessment (forty-six) rebates " 1343 

Kerns, Michael, pay wages u 2644 

KUlian, Justus, pay special assessment rebate " 1(57 

Kilmer, Chauncey, pay special assessment rebate.. " 1751 

Kinley Manufacturing Co., permit to excavate alley S. & A., W. D. 656 

Kinzie St., from Union to Green, to repair Passed 383 

Kirk, J. S. & Co., for electric sign ' _' a 2881 

Klausner, Sol, f@r muslin sign t. ^802 

Klein Bros., for electric sign , .t j^gQy 

Klein, Herman, pay account personal injury >' 77O 

Klein, L., for electric sign .. i^gQQ 

Koenig, J., pay special assessment rebate - 7(^3 

Koester & Zander, pay water tax rebate ^ . 1344 

Kohout, James (Hopp. &K,), for refund wholesale liquor license •• 1611 

Kokkotis, Nic, for fruit stand J Passed 719 

I Vet. & Lost 776 

Kondrierski, Max, pay account personal injury Passed 2234 

Krimbill, A., pay special assessment rebate - 405 

Krohn, John, for sign ^ .. -j^tlg- 

Kuntz-Remmler Co., for electric sign '> 2261 

Lacek, John, pay wages u 2319 

Lackner & Butz, pay special assessment rebates - 171 

Laing, Geo. H., pay account personal injury. - IO37 

Lake, Daniel, pay special assessment rebate '. (3^,3 

Lake st., from Ashland to Western, railroad company to pave " 1142 



CLXXXIV 



INDEX. 



ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS- Continued. 

Page 
Lake St., from Ashland to Western, to issue no vouchers t@ contractors, etc.S. & A., W. D. 1742 

Lake street elevated, to take up matter of running- cars (with pet.) Fin. 1864 

Lake View Assembly A. F. L., for banner Passed 1589 

Lake View Building and Loan Association, pay water tax rebate 

Lame, Frank C. , pay account damage to cab 

Lamps — 

Boulevard tops, to replace those broken 

Ewing av. and 95th, etc., railroad companies to place 

(See communication from C. P. W. in re., page 604.) 

\ Passed 
Greenwood av.. No. 4841, to light 



168 
771 



2558 
499 



j Vet. 



. 2559 
& Lost 2576 



Not to shut off gas lamps until electric lights have been tested Passed 1740 



Land in Hilliard & H. Sub., to sell to Klein & Casey 

Lane, James R., pay special assessment rebate 

Landgren, B. A. E., pay water tax rebate 

Lang, Paul W., pay special assessment rebate 

Lauge,C., pay special assessment rebate 

Lange & Engholm, for canopy, etc 

La Salle Mandolin Club, for banner 

La Salle Street Tunnel, foot passageway, to close, etc 

Lavozzoria, Michael, tor glass sign 

Law, Robert, pay special assessment rebate 

Law, S. M., pay water tax rebate 

Lawler, W. J., pay special assessment rebate 

Lawtan, L. C, pay water tax rebate 

Lay, Helen, pay account personal injury • . 

Lay ton, C. A,, for storm doors. S. & A., S. D. 

Leaman, G. A., pay special assessment rebate Passed 

Lebrecht, Mamie, pay account personal injury 

Leddy, Peter, pay special assessment rebate 

Lemp Brewing Co., for brewers license refund. 

Lenz, Charles, for muslin sign 

Lenz, C, & Son, for muslin signs 

Leon, Richter, L, Co. , for sign 

Leonard, W. H., for frame addition 

Leopold & Mergentheim, for electric sign 

Levitan, S., for sisrn 

Lewinsky, A. , for wire 

Lewis, Annie, pay account personal injury 

Libby, A. A., pay special assessment rebate 

Library Fund, to transfer money to credit of Fin. 1971 

Lights at Ewing av. and 95th St., railway company to place Passed 499 

Lights at 94th to lonth sts., on, C, L. & E. Ry. Co. to place " 499 

Lincoln av., Clark t® Center, place wires underground 



1040 

2226 

2319 

1761 

2227 

1973 

2793 

2880 

2881 

171 

168 

171 

2228 

£60 

1376 

586 

859 

1761 

585 

1867 

1866 

1967 

1324 

1799 

1800 

1805 

859 

171 



LiQColn Fuel Co., for wood box on sidewalk 



Lincoln street power house, repair sidewalk around 

Ling Gym. Club, for banner 

Linney, Mrs. E. D., pay water tax rebate 

-Lion Store, for muslin sign 

Lloyd, Evan & Co., for electric sign 

Lloyd, R. N. , for sign 

Lobdell, Farwell & Co., pay special assessment rebate.. 

Loehr, J. P., pay special assessment rebate 

Lowenthal Bros. & Co., for electric light and call wire. 



" 2126 

Passed.:.... 1520 
Vet. & Lost. 1550 

Passed 384 

'^ 1150 

" 1344 

" 1802 

Passed 1137, 125T 

Passed 1151 

- 171 



2300 



XNDEX. CLXXXV 

' ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Page 

Lord, J. F. , pay special assessment rebate Passed 586 

Lorenzen, J., for electric and nauslin signs " 1740 

Ludwig, Marie, pay water tax reba^te " 1344 

(Passed 2547 

Lunch cars in Second Ward, not to grant permits for ■< ^^^^ ^^^^^^. 

,, (Passed 1331 

Luncli cars on State st., from Van Buren to Harrison sts., to remove all. . ■{ 

I Vet. ofc Lost I.joo 

Lurie, L., for rauslin sign Passed 1868 

Lyman, J. A., pay balance due '" 169 

Lyons, George, for call wire " 379 

Maas, Baer & Co.-, for banner and band stand Passed 283, 1866 

McBride, Mrs. L. G., pay special assessment rebate Passed 2226 

McCabe, F., pay special assessment rebate " 1761 

McCaflery, Mrs. Mary, pay account personal injury... . " 2228 

McCarthy, John H., permit for sewer by private contract " 193 

McCarthy, William, pay for services " 174 

McCaul', P., pay special assessment rebate " 2444 

McCauley, James, pay special assessment rebate " 425 

McComb, Joseph, to allow claim to be put in judgment " 2125 

(Order referred to in this order not passed until Jan. 16, 1900.) 

McComb, Joseph, pay for services " 2229 

McCoy, William, for two electric signs " 1682 

McDonald, M. C, pay special assessment rebate " 171 

McEwen, E. L., pay special assessment rebate " 171 

McEwen, W. M., pay special assessment rebate , , " 171 

McHugh, Patrick J., pay account personal injury. " 2228 

McGeeney, Edward J., for ^ire '' 1683 

McGinn & Bradley, claim for compensation account Central Park Pumping 

Station " 2321 

McGinnis, T., for electric sign " 1137 

McGlinn, Anna, pay account personal injury " 2443 

McGuire, D. , pay water tax decrease " 2644 

McKinley Manufacturing Co., permit to construct subway File 991 

McLaughlin, W. F., pay special assessment rebate Passed 1039 

McNichols, J. B. & T. (use Miller), pay of voucher " 2324 

McNichols, T., pay special assessment rebate " 2314 

( Passed 1590 

McNulty, P. J., permit for drains in Glengyle pi j V i ^- T -t i ("'>'*' 

Another order , Passed 1806 

McTighe, James, pay account personal injury " 2648 

McVoy, John, pay special assessment rebate " 1761 

Maehink, Joseph, permit to complete building " 2262 

Madison st., east of Rockwell St., Chicago Union Traction Co. to improve, etc — " 1141 

Another order for enforcing above '' 1373 

Madison St., No. 807, West, pay water tax decrease " 2644 

Maher, A. J. , pay special assessment rebate, two ' ' 171 

Jud 710 



Maher, Walter S., permit to construct frame building , ,, 

Maher, Walter S., permit to construct frame building , Passed 823 

Mahoney, Edward, pay water tax rebate , " 173 

Malcolm, F. B., permit to change store front Passed 1331, 1593 

Malcolmson, John M., pay for loss of horse Passed 2228 

Mangan, Mrs. M., pay special assessment rebate "' 2314 

Mangier & Vogelsang, for electric sign " 1294 



CLXXXVI 



INDEX.. 



Marks and Goldman, for lunch stand or feooth. 



. ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Page 

Manheim, Abe, for hat sign Passed 13T 

Mann, Jas, R., for refund account water mains Fin. 1304 

Manson. J. A., pay special assessment rebate Passed 1039 

Manure box in Ogden pi., to remove '■' q^^ 

Maps and plats of block northwest corner 77th st. and Railroad av., why mutilated " 669 

(See report, page 697.) 

Marcy, W. W., pay special assessment rebate '^ 2227 

Marik, Herbert, pay special assessment rebate " 167 

Markets, public, to include item in Appropriation Bill for establishing File 1814 

Market st., from Lake st. to alley south, etc., remove platform, etc., (2 orders) .Passed 279, 656 
(For report as to why orders have not been obeyed, see report, page 697.) 

Market st., for restoration of grade, as per Council order File 1340 

Market st. and Michigan av., to clean, etc. (two orders i Passed 1514 

(See communication from C. P. W. in re., page 1557.) 

Markowitz, A. J., for sign '* 1967 

Passed 1968 

^ Vetoed, Amended and Passed 202S 

Marks, John N., pay account personal injury ' Passed 1923 

Marquette Club of South Chicago, for banner " 1734 

Martin, Fred, pay special assessment rebate "■ 171 

Marx, Zero, for electric sign " 971 

May St., from 68d to 67th sts., to enforce penal clause in re. paving " , 1585 

Mayer, C. W.. pay special assessment rebate " 1036 

Mayer, S., pay special assessment rebate '^ 167 

Meacham and Wright, pay special assessro.ent rebate " 171 

Medicated Soap Co., for sign " 2880 

Melvin, J. M., pay special assessment rebate ^ '' 1761 

Merkowski, Joseph, pay account personal injury '' 859 

Metropolitan Elevated R. R., t© compel to light crossings .... " 952 

Metzger, Wm., pay water tax rebate " 1539 

Michaels, M., pay special assessment rebate " 2233 

Michalson, C. W., pay special assessment rebate " 2226 

Michigan av.. from Randolph st. to Rush st. bridge, to repair " 562 

Michigan st. , No. 166, pay water tax rebate " 1344 

Mierendorf , Fred, pay water tax rebate " 1540 

Miller, J. J., pay special assessment rebate. . " 1039 

Miller, P. , for sign " 2792 

Miller, S. G. (J. E. and T. McNichols) , pay of voucher '^ 2324 

Miller, Dr. T. W., permit to build sewer '^ 937 

Miller, Dr. T. W., permit to pave Ward and Herndon sts " 1251 

Mills, A. J., pay special assessment rebate '^ 2227 

Mills, John, permit to remove building '^ 2062 

Mills, Mary A., pay water tax rebate " 425 

Milwaukee av. to Union st., bet. Kinzie and Austin, repair steps " 283 

Mmuet Club, for banner Passed 1327, 1866 

Mitchell, Harry, for banner Passed 1805 

Moerecke, William, pay water tax decrease r " 1266 

Moeser, John, pay v/ater tax decrease . . " 20IS 

Monasli, Dr. D., for electric wire " 719 

Monheimer, Milton, pay water tax rebate , '' 1539 

Moneys and compensations due city, etc., Comptroller to furnish full statement as to 

amounts due, etc Passed 1298, 1518 

(See reports, pages 1435, 1553, 1629.) 

Monroe st.. No. 80 (Leonard Brooks estate), permit for bay window S. & A. S. 2625 

Moore, John J., pay account loss of horse Passed 771 



INDEX. 



CLXXXVII 



ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Moorhouse, E A., city to replace aestroyed meter Passed 

Moos, J. & B., for electric sign * " 

Morgan, Gilbert, pay special assessment rebate " 

Morgan St., No. 39, pay owner et al. for water tax rebate " 

Morosz, Anton, pay account personal injury " 

Morris, Thos. G. & Co., for refund lumber license " 

Morris, W. H., for electric sign " 

Morrison Hotel, for two electric signs " 

Mueller, F. & Co., to erect temporary stand " 

Mulcahy, Robert, for sidewall< opening '' 

Muldoon, John P., for electric wire " 

Mullen, John, for barber pole " 

Mulvery, J. C, for sign " 

Mulvey, A. B., for permit to construct apartment building at 55th st. and 

Indiana av , " 

Munsou, Francis A., pay special assessment rebate „ . " 

Munson, F. W., pay special assessment rebate '' 

Murphy, C. W., pay for services.. . " 

Murphy, F. T., pay special assessment rebate " 

Murphy, Patrick, pay account personal injury " 

Muslin signs at 499 and 555 South Halsted St., permit for " 

Mussey, William, for electric sign. " 

Myrtle av. , No. 167, pay water tax rebate " 

Names for stations as used by firms or corporations, Jud. Com. t© make recommen- 
dations in re Jud. 

Nash, Patrick, pay for services Passea 

Nash & Trego, pay special assessment rebate '■'■ 

Nathan, Adolph, pay special assessment rebate '^ 

Nathan, Barnett, for sign '' 

National Athletic Club, for banner '• 

National Polish Manufacturing Co., for call wire " 

Neagle, J. W., pay special assessment rebate. . . . .^ " 

Nellis, Joe, pay special assessment rebate <■' 

Nelson, Henry N., pay account property damage " 

Nelson, Julia, pay special assessment rebate " 

Neptune Meter Co. , pay for meters furnished '• 

Netcher, Chas. , permit for bay window ^ ' 

Newfield, M., permit for show case 'S. & A., S. 

Passed 146, 

Vet. & Lost... 180, 

Newman, Morris, for electric sign ! Passed 

Passed 

^ Vet. & Lost 

New York Restaurant, for electric sign. '. Passed 

Nichols, Johanna C, authorizing agreement for easem_ent 

Nicholson, Edward, pay special assessment rebate " 

Nixon, James C, pay employment office license refund '' 

Nixon, W. K., pay special assessment rebate " 

Noises, for a commission of inquiry and for an ord. relating to " 

Nolan, M. J., pay account personal injury " 

Nonast, Louis F., pay special assessment rebate '• 

Nonpareil Lodge, K. P., for banner 

Normal av., from 63d to 65th sts., permit to open street " 

North av., from Meyer ct. to Sedgwick, pjrmit for festoons of electric lights 

North branch river, from Robey to Leavitt, for survey, etc •' 



Newman. Morris, for banner. 



New York Restaurant, for electric 



sign. 



Page 

1735 

390 

768 

203 

770 

1611 

2299 

1866 

1867 

1371 

1515 

1331 

491 

1174 

171 
1761 
1268 

171 

859 
1871 
1137 

684 

2128 

2444 

171 

1761 

1295 

560 

491 

683 

586 

1480 

683 

1347 

1040 

1370 

191 

207 

1252 

146 

180 

191 

2545 

586 

176 

1039 

1965 

770 

683 

2266 

1689 

1867 

1804 



CLXXXVIII 



INDEX. 



ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— CoDtinued. 

Northern (or Norton) Milling Co., for report in re. pipes and pulley across West ~ 

Water st \ ■ Passed 

(See report, page 212.) 

Northern Milling Co., for pipe across West Water st File 

Northern Milling Co., for pipe across West Water st S. & A., W. 

North Side Irish-American Club, for banners. Passed 

Northwestern Yeast Co., for electric wire 



Page 



137 



306 

490 

660 

2300 

^ Vet. & Lost 2328. 

Northwestern Yeast Co., for electric wire Passed 2436 

Norton, Charles, for sign post • " 1462 

Norwegian Turner Society, for banner " » 950 

Oakland Club, for canopy " 1324 

Oak St., bet. Clark and Lake Shore Drive, to compel Bermudez Paving Co. to 

repair " 

O'Brien, John, pay water tax decrease " 

Obstructions in alley alongside L. S. &. M. S. Ry., for removal Reported 

Obstructions in alley alongside L. S. & M. S. Ry. by H. P. E. L. &. P. Co., for removal 

Passed 1528 

Obstructions in alley north of 16th st., east and west from Newberry av., for re- 
moval " 

Obstructions in 40th av., bet. Lake and 12t,h sts., in sidewalk space, etc., for re- 
moval " 

O'Connell, M., pay special assessment rebate " 

O'Connor, Christina, pay account property damage " 

O'Connor, Dennis, pay account services " 

O'Connor, M., pay water tax decrease " 

O'Donnell, James, pay for services " 

Oesterreich, Wm. C, for sign " 

Ogden av. extension to Lincoln Park, for report of progress " 

(See report, page 696) 

Ogden av. extension, from Randolph to Chicago av., for blue prints " 

Ogden Front, to treat as part of Lincoln avenue " 

Ohio St., between Clark and St. Clair sts., to repair " 

O'Keefe, B., pay special assessment rebate " 

Olympia Lodge, C. K., for banner " 

One Hundred and Third st. crossing of Penn. Ry., for electric light. . : " 

One Hundred and Twenty-second st. crossing of Penn. Co., to put in crossing. .. " 
One Hundred and Thirty-sixth st. (Hegewisch), railroad companies place gates. . 

O'Neill, E. M., for electric wire " 

O'Neill St., Nos. 13, 15, 19, pay water tax decrease " 

Ontario st., between Clark and St. Clair sts., to repair .„ " 

Opening — 

Armitage and Fullerton avs., etc., across C, M. & St. P. Ry " 

Indiana av., from ISt^i to 14th sts.. Board Local Improvements to proceed. . . " 
One Hundredth St., from Avenue N to Commercial av., for estimate of cost.. " 
Oppermau, A. F., for electric wires connecting Potwin and Watson buildings. G. O.E. L. 

Original Schiller Cluto, for banner Passed 

Orr, Grant, for sign 

O'Shea, Mary, pay account personal injury "' , 

O'Toole & Conkey, pay water tax rebate " 

O'Toole, John, pay special assessment rebate 

Passed 79^ 

Vet. & Lost 877 
Owen, Dr., for electric sign Passed 1903 



816 

1762 

407 



1138 

492 

171 

1703 

584 
22S8 
2227 
1864 

656 

1374 
1148 
1376 

425 
2262 
2179 

931 
1734 
1741 
2647 
1376 

555 

2624 

15a 

128 
1800 

667 

770 
2648 

171 



Owen, Dr., for electric sign. 



INDEX. CLXXXIX 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS-Continued. 

Pa-e 

Oxford Hotel buffet, for awning- Passed 55a 

Pabst Brewing Co., for electric sign -. " 2 

Pacific av., No. 58, pay water tax rebate " 168 

Packard, J. A. , pay special assessment rebate " 171 

Pages in City Council, pr@viding for paying " 1520 

Pan Vessa, G., for electric sign " 2477 

Paper thrown in streets, for strict enforcement of ord. against , " 1371 

Parental schools, Committee on Schools to report in re. establishing " 1593 

(See page 2453.) 

Parks and Playgrounds — 

Appointing a, commission Fin. 666 

(See appointment by resolution, page 1767.) 

Making provision for purchase of (order and resolution) Reported 974 

( Reported... 125S 

For sale of 50 feet Lot 7, Block 58, O. T., etc., and apply to purchase. . •< ^ ^ ,„^„ 

I Re-Com 130o 

For sale ©f property (Griffith) and resolution for appointment of Committee (Jack- 

•son) Reported 1334 

i Passed 1534 

For sale of B©ston Store property ■< ^^ „ ^ , -,^.r^ 

I Vet. & Lost lo49 

For sale of twelve pieces of real estate, etc Passed 1587 

Park or parks in Twenty-sixth Ward, for consideration of Special Com. 2555 

Parnell ave., No. 7454, pay water tax decrease Passed 1038 

Pascewitz, Stanislaus, pay account personal injury " 770 

Paysen, Fred, for muslin sign " 1742 

Paysen, T., for muslin sign " 1804 

Peabody , F. B. , pay special assessment rebate " 1761 

Peabody, Houghteling & Co., pay special assessment rebate " 17'61 

Peabody Lodge, for banner '' 1969 

Pearson and Taft, pay special assessment rebates " 2320 

Pencoffe, M., pay special assessment rebate " 425 

People's Outfitting C©. , for electric sign " 283 

Peoria and Sangamon sts. , to pay owners for opening '' 2229 

Perlo, Joseph, & Co , for sign " 1372 

Permit for street openings, requiring bond, etc " 1810 

Perry, Byron, for barber pole, etc " 653 

Perry, G. W., for banner " 1S70 

Peters, Julius, for barber pole " 19L 

Peterson, Charles, for water permit tax refund " 1610 

Peterson, Mrs., pay water tax rebate , " 1266 

Pettibone vs. Alwart, for a count of ballots Elections 562 

Phalin- Bennett Co., for electric sign Passed 2880 

-r,, .,,. _, ^ . - , . (passed 1531 

Phillips, Thos. P., permit to lay drains, etc ■< _ 

' ^ ^ ' j Vet. & Passed.. 1550 

Pickham, Thos. F., Boiler Works, pay for repairs Canal Pumping Station Fin. 2547 

P. , Ft. W. & C. Ry. Co. , pay special assessment rebate Passed 171 

Piatt, I., for muslin sign , '■ 278 

Plzen Cycling Club, for banners Passed 559, 2183 

Polakoff, H., permit for gas engine Passed 2792 

Poles in 40th av., from Lake to 12th sts., for removal. '' 147 

Poles in South State st., Fall Festival, to cover with incombustible \ Passed 1295 

material ( Re-Com. and File. 1307 

Poles and wires (city) in Lincoln av., bet. Clark and Center, remove former and place 

latter underground ... Passed 2126 

Polish Turner Society, for banner •• 2878 



CXC INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Page 

Pond, Thomas, pay special assessment rebate Passed 1039 

Porter, Robert, pay special assessment rebate " 171 

Post f©r mail box at Chicago av. and Sedgwick St.. for... " 557 

Opperman, A. F. , permit for electric wires G. , o. & E. L. 128 

Pound at 1910 North Robey st. , for removal Passed 1045 

Powell Bros., pay for sidewalk construction " I74 

Police — 

Cartridges, to set aside sum for Fjn. 2552 

City's liability f@r pay of certain officers, for opinion as to Passed 1459 

(See opinion, page 1487.) 

Fund B, transferring $30,000 to credit of " 1971 

Irving Park Station, to connect by telephone " .2617 

Probationary patrolmen, to pay each ^104.98, etc File 1389 

Station at Madison and Paulina sts., to include item in appropriation bill for. . .Fin. 1870 

Sub-operators of telephones, for increase of pay Passed 586 

Police Patrol Boxes — 

Albany av. and Grace sts. (Avondale) , Passed 1251, 2556 

Augusta St. and 42d av Passed 2266 

Augusta St. and Honianav " 804 

Avenue H and 108th st. (at or near) " 1250 

Central Park av. and Bloomingdale rd " 936 

Grand av. and Wright pi '' 1142 

Leavitt and B4th sts " I749 

North and 42d avs " 936 

Solon pi. and 14th st. (southeast corner) " 1682 

Thirty-third and Auburn sts '' 1516 

Thirty-eighth and Lincoln sts " 1516 

Pratt and Perry avs. in Rogers Park, to prohibit funeral processions upon " 381 

Price, W. R., for electric sign '^ 1463 

Protection for grip and motor men, etc., to enforce ord ; " 1138 

Public improvements, to mail lists of proposed to each Alderman " 1330 

Public park in Thirty-fourth Ward, for ord. to acquire land for B. L. L 2877 

Purcell, Paul P., pay for services Passed 2227 

Pure Food Co., -for electric sign '' 2477 

Quan, W. J., pay for material furnished '^ 1480 

Queen City Building and Loan Association,- pay water tax decrease '' 2644 

Quinn, John, pay special assessment rebate " 1761 

Quinn, Mary, pay water tax decrease •■' 2228 

Railroads — 

All railroad tracks from Stewart st. west., b©t. loth and 17th. sts., for ord. to ele- 
vate Track El. 1800 

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Co.— 

For report as to its compliance with building ord S. & A., S. 2302 

In Plymouth pi., for removal of obstructions " 2302 

Bowmanville line in Lincoln av., for opinion as to transfers Passed 492 

Calumet Electric Street Railway— 

For report for authority for tracks in 103d and 104th sts., etc., etc " 1371 

(See report, page 1444.) 

To replace wood poles with iron, etc Passed 2178 

Chicago & Alton Railroad at Rockwell, Washtenaw, Albany andKedzie avs., 

for watchmen " 662 

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, C. & N. W., N. P., Wis. Cent. R. Rs. and 

other roads, for elevation " 129 

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, C. & N. W. and C. T. T. R. Rs., from Hal- 

sted St. to connect, etc., for elevatien Track El. 1463 



INDEX. CXCI 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 
Railroads — Page 

Chicago and Calumet Terminal Railroad, for company to maintain lights at 

Ewingav., etc.. Passed 499 

(See communication from C. P. W., page 604.) 

Chicago Consolidated Traction Co., for ord. in re. compensation and fares in 

Milwaukee av., etc " 2522 

(See ©rd. from Corp©ration Counsel, page 2535.) 

Chicago General Railway Co- 
Authorizing action to test validity of franchise •' 1758 

To lay rails and pave Ashland av., etc " 49O 

Revoking temporary permit for tracks, etc., in 23d st '« 1295 

To annul franchise in 22nd st., etc , File 2529 

Chicago and Jefferson Urban Transit Co., for report as to existence of in- 
junction Passed 2265 

(See report, page 2407.) 

Chicago Junction Railway on 40th St., etc., for ord. to elevate Track El. 1734 

Chicago, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway, for lights from 94th to 100th sts. Passed 499 

Chicago, Madison and Northern, A., T. & S. F., and C. & A. Railroads, 

for elevation of tracks Track El. 195 

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway— 

For continuation of elevation southeast from Kedzie av., etc '' 804 

To operate Goose Island switch at certain hours Passed 2521 

Chicago and Northwestern Railway bet. Chicago and Fullerton avs., tor 

electric lights in subways ^i ;[74X 

Chicago and Northwestern Railway bet. Elston and North avs., for electric 

lights at street intersections " ;ig29 

Chicago and Northwestern and Pan Handle Railways bet. river and Western 

av., for report as to authority for occupying , " 2793 

Chicago Passenger Traction Co.— 

In Fullerton and Maynard avs. , for opinion as to rights " 1377 

( See opinion, page 1488.) 

In Fullerton, Central and Maynard avs., to have injunction dissolved " 1971 

In Fullerton, Central and Maynard avs., to have injunction dissolved " 2569 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway, t® build retaining wall "■ 2298 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway and L. S. & M. S. Ry., for amend- 
ment to ord. providing subway ai Taylor st " 2432 

Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company, for electric lights at Ewing 

av. and 95th st. crossing u 1173 

Chicago Union Traction Co.— 

Tracks at Ashland av. and Pulton st., to alter and relay " 1870 

In Centre av., to prevent company paving with cedar blocks " 1330 

In Fulton st., near Ashland, to repair '. " 2547 

In Madison, east of Rockwell, to improve street " 1141 

In Madison, east of Rockwell, to enforce foregoing order " 1373 

In North av., from 40th to 46th avs., to send frontage pet. to C. P. W . . . " 2555 
In Randolph st., from Ann st. to Ogden av., requesting company to 

pave with brick .. -^^■^2 

In 26th St., for an ord. compelling certain time schedule Jud. l:?03 

In Western av.,from Madison to Harrison sts., to compel company to pave. Passed i373 

Chicago West Division Railway Co., opinion as t® enforcing Sec. 10, ord. of 

March 30, 1888 ^ .. 2296 

(See opinion, page 1442.) 

Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad- 
Accepting deed from company for land for street " 1430 

In Taylor st., for report of number of tracks permitted, etc S. & A., S. 2303 

Compensation from railroad companies, etc., for reoort of amount Passed 803, 1298 

(See reports, pages 1435, 1553, 1629.) 

Delay transfer tickets, for ord. regulating issue " 2060 



CXCII INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 
Railroads— Page 
Eighteenth St., between State and Halsted, to proceed against company oper- 
ating tracks S.&A.,S. 1902 

Electric light system in North Side wards, for report of agreement between 

city and street railway companies "■ 557 

(See report, page 692.) 
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern, C, R. I. & P., Belt Ry. andB. & O. 

Companies at or near Harbor av., for gates " 499 

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Co., to build retaining wall " 1325 

Milwaukee and Crocker Chair Cos.' tracks in Jefferson st., to remove. S. & A., W. D. 717 

Milwaukee av. Electric Car Line, for night, cars Passed 2522 

Northern Electric Railway, for dissolution of injunction " 1325 

Northern Electric Railway, to plank Grand av.. Central to Poland, in 30 days. " 2522 
Northern Electric Railway, to plank Grand av., Central to Poland, in 30 days, 

extending time " 2878 

Northern Electric Railway, for report in re. compliance with ord. July 23, 1894 " 2522 
(See report, page 2538.) 

Pan-Handle Railroad at 24th st. and Campbell av., company to plank . . " 1463 

Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad, to put in crossing at 

122d st ' ' 931 

Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis and C. and N. P. R. R. Co.'s at 

21st, 22d, 26th sts. and Campbell av., for ©rd. compelling trains to stop at. " 1255 
Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago and other roads, to light subways in 

Rockwell st " 131 

Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne and Chicago Ry., to place electric light at 103d st., etc. " 2179 
Produce Refrigerator Co., Strawboard Co., Forsythe, U. S. and Pacific Ex- 
press Co.'s et al., to tear up switch tracks S. & A., W. D. 1804 

Railroad tracks in 14th, Dearborn and Plymouth, for removal File 302 

Railways bet. Carroll av. and Kinzie st., to continue elevation east to river. Track El. 2182 

South Side Elevated R. R., for report as to compliance with franchise ..Passed 2432 

(See report, page 2515.) 

Street railway companies, to sprinkle Passed 490 

■ Passed 1146 

Switch track at Elston av. and Blackhawk st., to remove. 



^ Vet. & Lost 1237 
^See report of Corp. Counsel, page 1237.) 

Switch track at Elston av. and Blackhawk st., by what authority laid Passed 1146 

Switch tracks, for removal of all where franchises have expired File 302 

Switch tracks of Milwaukee and Crocker Chair Cos., to remove S. & A., W. D. 717 

Switch tracks of Produce Refrigerator Co., Strawboard Co., Forsythe and others, 

to remove-. S. & A., W. D. 1804 

Switch tracks in Western av. bet. Harrison and Flournoy, to remove Passed 1373 

Switch tracks in west side of city, to remove (eleven orders) S. & A., W. D. 1804 

Union Stock Yards and Transit C©., in 40th st. from I. C. R. R. to Stock Yards, for 

ord. to elevate ' . .Track El. 1863 

Wabash Railroad Co.'s tracks at Kedzle av. and 79th st., notify company to remove 

Passed 1808 

West Chicago Street Railway Co., in Erie st., notify company to remove loose rails 

Passed 1146 

West Chicago Street Railway Co., in Lake st. from Ashland to Western, notify com- 
pany to pave .Passed 1142 

West Division Railway Co., in Erie, Noble and Blackhawk sts,, notify company to 

repair streets ....Passed 137 

Western Indiana or Belt Railway, in 46th av., for ord. to elevate, with pet. .Track El. 287 

Ralston, J., for barber pole '. Passed 2792 

Ramige, Fred., pay special assessment rebate " 1''61 

Rankin, A. P., & Co., pay water tax reba*^e " 2228 



INDEX. CXCIII 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS- Coutinued. 

Rapp, Gust A., permit to lay drains Passed 2b77 

Rasniusserj, C. F., pay special assessment rebate '• 1761 

Ray, Mrs. Magg'ie, pay account personal injury '• 222':* 

( Passed 1207 

Rawson, S. W., pay account special assessment voucher ■< ^^. . ^ , . ^. 

I Riscinded and Fin. 1401 

Raymer & Gunn, pay special assessment rebate Passed 425 

Raymond, Hoyt, for saloon license refund '• 175 

Real estate owned by city, bet. Van Buren, 16th, Clark sts. and 5th av., occupied 

by railroads, for report in re.- '' 2433 

(See report, page 2453.) 

Reardon, Mrs. Daniel, permit to raise and move cottage " 130 

Rebates, special assessments, instructing Fin. Com. as to passing upon " 1328 

Redieski, Paul, North Town Collector, releasing sureties on b@nd, etc " 1836 

Reibel, Ernest, for call wire " 1250 

Reiker Bros., for sign " 1146 

Renwald & Kuhn, for aiign " 1294 

Repair shop near Chicago Avenue Pumping Station, to remove File 849 

Retaining wall, L. S. & M. S., to build at alley east of Wentworth av.. etc Passed 1325 

Retaining wall, C, R. L & P., to build at alley east of Wentworth av " 2298 

Revell, A. H., & Co., for electric sign " 2477 

Revolution store, for holiday signs " 1804 

Rial, Brady & Ziegfield, refund of amusement license. " 202 

Rialto Club, for banner " 2470 

Rice, C. F., pay special assessment rebate " 586 

Riley, P., pay special assessment rebate " 683 

River front and by-pass at Jackson street bridge, for survey and report, etc. . " 2229 

(See report, page 2453. ) 
Road scraper for Twenty-seventh Ward, to include an item for in appropriation 

bill Fin. 2522 

Roadway on Robey, bet. Madison and Harrison, to establish width Passed 1141 

Roadway on Spaulding av., from Grand av. to Division St., establish ^' 1518 

Robertson, R. R., for canvas sign '• 146 

Robey st.. No. 813 North, pay water tax rebate ^- 1344 

Robinson, Jay G., for call wire '' 2465 

Rodman, Martha A., pay special assessment rebate '• 1761 

■Roeder, John, pay water tax refeate "■ 1481 

Rogers, B. G., pay special assessment rebate '• 2226 

Rogers Park (Twenty-fifth Ward),, for plans for supplying with city water, etc. . •' 556 

Rogers Park Water Co., to lay main in Southport av. , Fin. 1686 

Rogers Park Water Co., communication from company in re. purchase of plant 

by city " 429 

Rood, Jr., James, permit to pave Grace st Passed 285 

Rood, James Jr., permit for sewer in Leavitt and Argylests. and St. Anthony 

court Passed 940, 2076 

Rood, Jr., James J., permit for sewer in Winnemac av S. & A. N. D. 820 

Root, Henry, pay special assessment rebate Passed 1039 

Rork. Martin, for account personal injury " 1037 

Rose Hill Cemetery Co. and city, agreement and order in re. water main in 

Cemetery drive Passed 1686. 1730 

Rosenbaum, Chris, et al., to issue special assessment rebate.- See resolutions. 

Rosenberg, M. , pay special assessment rebate Passed 167 

Rosenheim, M., pay special assessment rebate " 2233 

'Rosenweig, L., for muslin signs (two orders) '• 1871 

Rourke, Ida, pay water tax decrease " 2228 

Rowan, P. J., pay special assessment rebate '' 2227 



CXCIV INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Page 

R©we, John, to quit claim to him Lot 97, etc., Oakwoods Cemetery, etc Passee 1615 

Rowland & Pfaff, pay Avater tax rebate " 1039" 

Royal Importing Co. , permit for illuminated sign " 191 

Royal League, permit for banners " 805 

Rozakles, George, permit for flower stands Fin 822 

Rubber Paint Co., permit for ten-wire telephone cable ■: . Passed 1147 

Ruff, N. T., pay special assessment rebates (two) " 171 

Rule No. 1 of Council Committee on Rules, to report an amendment (Mondays, 

3 p. m.) Rules 1295 

Rules, amending Rule 41 (on State Legislature) " 2474 

Rulfs Bros., for electric signs Passed 1522, 2464 

Rulf s, Theodore E., for electric signs Passed 1295 

Rupert, John, for lunch stand " 1519 

"Rushing the can" ("chasing the duck"), prohibiting License 279 

Rust, S. S., pay special assessment rebate Passed 586 

Ryan, Mrs. Helen, pay special assessment rebate " 171 

Ryan, Michael, pay special assessment rebate " 167 

Sackley, James A., to enforce penalty against in re. paving May st " 1585 

Saenthen, for muslin sign " 2183 

Salaries of city employes, to pay 75 per cent, etc " 2179 

Saloons on boulevards, for an ordinance prohibiting License 2621 

Saloon at Hoyne av. and Jackson bd., not to issue license for " 2621 

Saloon licenses, to investigate in re. issuance of " 2301 

Samuels & C®. (The Bazaar) , for electric sign Passed 2792 

Sanborn-Perris atlases, for purchase of set for use of Board Local Improvements. " 2646 
Sangamon st., from Chicago av. to Front St., permit to pave by private contract. " 2520 

Sans Souci Park, for electric eign " 823 

Saratoga Hotel, for electric sign " 815 

Sauter, Andrew, pay water tax rebate " 1344 

Savoy Theater Co., pay water tax decrease '' 2318 

SchimpfE, Otto, permit for drinking fountain " 714 

Schley Pleasure Club, for banners Passed 2181, 2183 

Schmidt Baking Co., permit to enclose shed File 849^ 

Schmidt, F. J., permit for call wire Passed 1523 

Schneider, P., pay special assessment rebate .„ . " 586 

Schools — 

Buildings — 

Avondale School, for 16-ro0m building Passed 176 

Auburn Park School , for 12-room building • ' 862 

Auburn Park School, for $12,000 to coBiplete addition Reported 1579 

George Dewey School, for additional appropriation to complete Passed 1616 

Fifteenth pi. and Washtenaw av,, for 140,000 for 6-room building. ...... File 2272 

Harrison School, for 12-room building (and for site) Passed 655 

Harrison School, for 12-room addition " 1760 

North Division High School, to not let contract, etc File 728 

Robert A. Waller High School, for 135,000 appropriation to complete. .. Passed 2530 

Selwyn and Willis sts. site, for 12-room building " 176 

Th irty-thrid ct. and Laurel st., for 125,000 to build .: " 1759 

Site— 

Avondale School, for purchase of adjoining " 862 

Evans & Nutt's Sub., to reject Schumacher proposition to sell, etc " 1265 

Harrison School, for purchase of adjoining Passed 971, 1760 

Nutt St., Nos. 27 to 43, rescinding order to purchase Passed 1265 

Board of Education to furnish detailed statement of amount of money re- , 

quired for 1900 " 2464 



INDEX. CXCV 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 
Schools — Page 

John Spry School, to stop construction of rear wall until, etc Passed V4() 

Klein & Casey, to sell land to in B illiard & HUt's Sub. ... i ^^^^^^ ^^^^ 

j Re-C©n. and Fin... 1174 
North Division Hig-h School, for statement in re. amount of estimates, and to with- 
hold all contracts, etc Passed 555 

(See report, page 888.) 

Schooner Rouse Simmons (Leonard, owner), pay for damage to ^' 2236 

Schreck, Wm. , i3ay water tax rebate • ' 168 

Schroeder, Fred, permit t© open sidewalk Passed 1332, 1594 

Schroeder, Herman J., pay water tax decrease Passed 1922 

Schroeder, Theodore, pay special assessment rebat® '^ 1039 

Schulz, S. T., for muslin sign " 1858 

Schutze's Sons (Louisj , pay water tax decrease " 768 

Schuppa, Philip, pay water tax rebate •' 203 

Schwab, E., for sign " 1863 

Sears. M. E., pay special assessment rebate •' i76l 

Seaverns, Geo. A., pay water tax rebate <■' 1266 

Seats for females (Sec. 1101, Revised C®de), for enforcement of ord " 1516 

Sebree, J. K., permit sidewalk opening ^^ 2432 

Section 1874, Revised Code (relating to obstructions in streets by wagons) for en- 
forcement of ord ." I' 1Q83 

Seventy-sixth st., bet. Dobson av. and I. C. R. R., for an ord. to straighten B. L. I. 2877 

Severe, Henry, for banner Passed 489 

Sewers — 

Aldine av., from Lake Shore drive to 300 feet west, by private contract Passed 1J6 

Alley east of Michigan av., from 112th to 114th pis., by private contract. .... '^ 499 

Carmen av. , 300 feet east of Oakley, by private contract ' ' 714 

• Cornell St., No. 71, and catch basin, city to build "■ 1684 

Forty-first av., from Dickens to Humboldt avs., permit for -^ 285 

Indiana av., system, to advertise for bids - 170 

Noble and Fletcher avs., by private contract - 713 

One Hundred and Tenth st. and pi., and Wabash av., by private contract ^' 151 

One Hundred and Fifteenth st. and Michigan av., to lay stubs, etc., j Passed 669 

f®r one fee .^ .^J Vet. & Lost 689 

Thirty-third V\ ard, north of 87th st., system, for plans and estimates Passed 668 

Thirty-ninth st., bet. Oakley and Kedzie, system, for plans and estimates '' 554 

Winona st., from Western av. to, etc., B. L. I. to abandon proceedings " 2468 

Seymour, C. , for canopy ^ " 72i 

Shapiro & Co., for telephone wire , ^' 144 

Shaughnessy st., to cause to be lighted " •• 1590 

Shed at 956 North Halsted, permit to erect " 2I8I 

Sher, Dr. I., pay account personal injury '^ 860 

Sherman, F. M., pay special assessment rebate , •' 167 

Siierman Pleasure Club, for banner '• 2134 

Shipley, J. P., pay special assessment rebate •' 171 

Sholto St. , No. 103, pay water tax rebate ^' I345 

Shortall, John G., pay account Warrant No. 167 (Washington Heights) '• 1479 

Showers, E., for electric sign >^ 2477 

Sidewalks- 
Aberdeen St., from 68th to 69th sts., permit build to curb..; - 822 

Calumet av., from 56th to 57th sts., permit to lay 17 feet from lot lines " 2297 

Carpenter st., from 68th to 69th sts., permit to build " 289 

Carpenter St., No. 222 to 226 North, for repairs ^- 2299 

City Power House at Lincoln and Rice sts., for •' 656 

Construction under Act of Oct., 1875, for investigation of plan, etc., (with 

opinion) 41 04(57 



CXCVI INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 
Sidewalks— Page 

Dang^erous condition, to barricade all lud. 803 

( Passed 1688 

Defective, City Attorney to test law as against owners )vt <SrT t 170S 

Escanaba av., crossing of C, R. I. & P., and W. I. R. Rs., to build Passed 668 

Evans av., from 67th to 68th sts., permit to build . . " 378 

Evanston av., south of York pL, etc., owners to put in condition " J686 

Forty-second av., from Lake st to alley south, permit t© locate curb " 1808 

Forty-fourth av., from Lake to Randolph, permit to locate curb (with pet.). . " 2466 
Forty-fifth av., from Washington blvd. to^Randolph, permit to locate curb. . . " 1303 
Forty-fifth av.. from Washington blvd. to Randolph, repealing permit to lo- 
cate curb ' ' 1586 

Forty-fifth av., from Washington blvd. to Randolph st., rescinding permit to 

locate curb Reported 2193 

Forty-sixth av., from Washington blvd to Randolph, permit to locate curb. . . Passed 1250 

Forty-ninth St., from State to Indiana av., permit to lay sidewalk to curb " 554 

Grace st., from Southport to Herndon, permit to lay sidewalk to curb " 1461 

Green st., between 66th and 67th sts., permit to build (with petition) " 1172 

Inspection by police in re. repair, for ordinance Jud. 1736 

Inspectors, to employ three additional Fin. 662 

Inspectors, to employ three additional Passed 712 

Inspectors' districts, to establish 25 Jud. 2125 

' Fin 2472 



Inspectors' districts, to establish 25 , -p. ^^„.. 

Intersections, for ord. requiring city to build, etc Passed 1965 

(See communication from Corporation Counsel, page 2029.) 

Lexington st., School Board to lay walk around Irving School " 1966 

Lots 1 1 to 14, block 3, Garfield, owners to repair " 936 

Lowe av., 154 feet south of 63d st., to raise grade " 2465 

Lowe av., 66th to 67th sts., permit build to curb " 190 

Michigan av., 111th st. to 111th place, etc., permit build 4 inches above curb. " 2523 

Milwaukee av. and Clinton sts. (seutheast corner) , to repair " 1254 

Milwaukee av., between Jefferson and Clinton, to repair •' 283 

Paulina and Pol]^ sts. ( southwest corner) , to repair " 1141 

Plank, Board of 'Local Improvements to submit no more ord. for.S. & A., N. S. & W. 2433 

Rockwell St., Chicago av. to Rice st., permit to lay to curb Passed 1374 

St. John pi., from Lake st. to alley, to repair " 192 

Sixty-first st., between Kimbark and Madison avs. (north side), t© lay to curb " 2297 
Sixty-fifth p]., between Stewart and Normal, permit for sidewalk to curb 

(with petition) " 150 

Sixty-fifth St., between Yale and Wentworth, to lay to curb " 493 

Seventieth st., between Princeton av. and C, R. I. & P. Ry., to lay by pri- 
vate contract (with petition) " H'^ 

Wabansia av. and Ballou st. (southwest corner), owners to repair " 661 

Siegel & Epstein, for refund of junk license " 1T61 

Signboards, not to issue permits until, etc " ''IS 

Signs and bill boards facing or abutting boulevards, for opinion as to power to 

remove , 

(See opinion, page 1444.) 

Sign at 39 Curtis st. , permit for " 490 

Sign at 432 State st., revoke permit '' 9T2 

Silver, George, permit to extend store front " '^31 

Simmons, A. I., for canopy " 1'35 

{Passed 558 

Vet. & Lost 594 



1373 



INDEX. CXCVII 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS-Continued. 

Pa^e 

Simons, Marshall, pay special assessment rebate Passed 683 

Sisters of Charity I. M., for decrease in water tax " 283 

Sixty-first st.,. at site of old viaduct,' not to issue building- permit, etc., etc " 379 

Sixty-fifth pL, bet. Stewart and Normal avs., permit sidewalk to curb line Cwith 

pet.) '^ 150 

Sixty-fifth St., No. HI, pay water tax rebate " ifjy 

Sixty-fifth St., from Yale to Wentworth avs., permit for sidewalk at curb " 493 

Slack, C. H., pay water tax rebate (2) '' 1344 

Smeeth Electric Light Co., for report as to authority for operating- " 2473 

( See report, pag-e 2514) . 

Smith, A. K. and M. D., pay special assessment rebate " 1761 

Smith and Gaenslen, pay special assessment rebate ^ " 167 

Smith, Samuel, pay account property damage " 2650 

Smyth, John M., Co., for telephone wire " 1147 

Sokol, Chicago, for free water and free lamps ( two orders) " 1966 

South Africa, for Judiciary Committee to report on resolution in re " 1967 

South Chicago Brewing Co., pay water tax rebate , " 1762 

rS.&A. S.D. 128 
South Halsted Street Iron Works, permit f©r derrick , J Passed 10 • 5 

^ Vet. & Lost 1057 
South Halsted Street Iron Works, permit for derrick S. & A. S. D, 1137 

Special Assessments — 

For complete list of and information as to Passed 932 

(See communication from C. P. W. in re. page 1061.) 

For weekly report of .all confirmed in County Court, etc . \ ^^^^®^- • • • • • ^^^^ 

■ j Vet. & Lost 2081 

Clerks, for requisition for 15 (to be paid from sub-paving inspectors fund 1 . . . Passed 821 
Department, to transfer of .$8,000 from sub-paving inspectors' fund to credit of " 821 

Department, to transfer $10,000 to credit of " 822 

Warrants, placing $25,000 to credit of sundry warrants " 203 

Warrants, placing $180,000 to credit of sundry warrants, to pay rebates " 204 

Warrants (condemnation cases) placing $33,000 to credit of. . , " 204 

Spengler & Co., for muslin sign " 1869 

Spengler, John C, for telephone wire '^ 2 

Spengler, John C, for electric wire " 2880 

Sprague, Dr. Wm. B., for call wire " 712 

Sprinkle streets, directing all railway companies to ■•' 490 

Sprinkling Bond av., permit for use of water for " 379 

Spry Lumber Co. (John), pay water tax rebate " 203 

St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, pay water tax rebate '• 1921 

St. Patrick's C. O. F., for banner '- 932 

St. Stanislaus Catholic Church, pay special assessment rebate " 586 

Stafford, J. W., for sign '' 1294 

Standish, C. A., pay water tax rebate " 2228 

Stanley, P. E., pay special assessment rebate .' Passed 171, 2444 

Stanton, James, pay account grading 48th av Passed 1762 

Star Theatre, for banners i ^^^^ed 127 

I Vetoed and Lost . . 180 

Stark, N. , pay water tax rebate PEissed 1344 

Starring, M. B, pay water tax decrease " 1540 



State St., No. 138, for sign, 



1593 



State St., No. 6500-2, pay water tax rebate " 168 

Stedson, J. C. , pay water tax rebate 



586 



Steensohn, L.H., for banners ^' 283 



CXCVm INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Pa^e 

Steflke, Mrs. Ida, for water trough Passed 2794 

Stein, Bernard, for arch " ^^'^^' 

. , I' 0Q7Q 

Ste'-n Clothing- Co , tor banner ■ '^^'^ 

Stern Clothing Co., for electric sign " 1686 

Stern Clothing Co., permit to remove electric sign " 3618 

j G. O. & E. L 198 

Stern, Wm. D., for electric wire -j q^.^_ (substituted) Reported 568 

Sternberg, Max, for call wire. Passed 1463 

Sternfleld, J., pay special assessment rebate " 1^39' 

StewelL Thos. J., pay water tax rebate " 2235 

Stoddard, James B., pay for wages '^' 3o31 

Stolka, F., for sidewalk 888 36th St |' ^^^'^ 

Stoll, Frank, muslin sign " '^^^^ 

Stoll, Dr. S., for call wire • • || "^^^ 

Stone. William E., pay water tax rebate "■ l^^l 

Strassburger, A., for canvas sign '' 1'^^^ 

Strauss Furniture Co., for band stand '' H^S 

Strauss, Simon, for electric sign " 1^98 

Streetcar rails in West Erie St., W. C. St. Ry. Co., to remove loose " 1146 

Street cleaning and repair, turning over control to ward foremen File 2073 

Street Engineers Fund, transter $3,000 from to credit S. A. Dept Passed 822 

Street lighting, for appointment of special committee on " 1930 

(Committee appointed, page 1926.) 

Street lighting, accepting bid of Am. Development Co Reported 2893 

Street openings, requiring bond or deposit before issuing permit Passed 1810 

Street railway companies, for report of amt. license fees received from, etc. .Passed 803, 1298 

(See reports, pages 1435, 1553, 1629.) 

Street railway companies, to place streets in condition Passed 932 

Street and sidewalk permits, for report as to number, location, etc " 1515 

(See report, page 1629.) 
Street and matter of obstruction by unhitched wagons, police to enforce Sec. 1874, 

Revised Code '| ^^^^ 

Streger & Frank, for muslin sign " 1^*^^ 

Street Improvement, etc. — 

Copy of contracts, for ord. to provide owners with (see item, page 2811) Jud. 1869 

Aberdeen st., fr©m 63d to 67th sts., for ord. and estimate to pave ...Passed 2058 

Adams St., from Michigan to Wabash avs., pave by private contract " 2881 

) Passed .... 284 
Aldine av., pave by private coutract -| j^escinded . . 2060 

Aldine av from Lake Shore Drive to 300 ft. west, Commissioner of Public Works 

to proceed to pave P^^^ed 2060 

Allev bet Clark, Dearborn, Washington and Randolph, pave by private con- 

tract *ll 

Alley, bet, Clark, LaSalle, Madison and Washington, pave by private contract " 799 

Alley, between 47th, 48th, Champlain and Langley, to have paved " 493 

Ashland av., (No. 23506), pave without underground work '' 93& 

Ashland av., from river to Archer av., C. Gen'i Ry. Co. to lay rails and pave. '^' 490 

Calhoun pi., pave by private contract '' '^90 

Calumet av., from 51st to 55th, for estimate and order to pave '^| 1<79 

Clark St., from 18th to 22d sts., defer paving until April 1, IVOO " 1515 

Clinton st., from Harrison to Sebor, except, etc., pave by private contract. . . || 1298 

Crilly pi., pave by private contract " 1^^^ 

Dearborn st., between Monroe and Madison, pave by private coutract '' 1370 

Eddy St.. pave by private contract y^ 

Ellsworth St., between Polk and Mather, pave by private contract " 71T 



INDEX. CXCIX 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Street Improvements, etc. — Page 

Grace St., from Hermitage to E. Ravenswood Park, pave by private contract. Passed 285 

Green St., from Chicago to Milwaukee avs., pave by private contract " 1146 

Huron St., from Center av. to Noble st., for repealing ord. to pave '' 1146 

Lincoln av. (in 14th ward i, change from brick to asphalt " 2551 

Pierce, Homan and Hirsch, pave by private contract " 2001 

Sangamon st., from Chicago to Front, pave by private contract " 2520 

Seventeenth st., from Wood to Robey, to withdraw ©rd. from assessment rolls " 1140 

State, Wabash, Randolph and Washington sts., pave by private contract " 651 

Thirty-ninth st., from Cottage Grove to Langley, to repair (north side) " 560 

Tripp av.. No, 935, to repair . " 821 

Tripp av., between North and Humboldt, to repair " 555 

Tripp av., city compel Barber Asphalt Co. to live up to contract to pave " 936 

Union St., from Milwaukee to Kinzie, f©r repair " 383 

Ward and Herndon sts., pave by private contract " 1251 

Wells St., bet. Division and Clark sts., not to let contract for paving " 2879 

Wood St., from Congress to Harrison, pave by private contract " 953 

Strong & Leiment, for electric sign " 2617 

Struthers, W. T., pay special assessment rebate " 171 

Stubbs, W. R. & Co., for glass sign (two " 1295 

Stuckart, Henry, for electric sign . , '' 2623 

Sub-paving inspectors' fund, transfer money from, to Special Assessment Dept. . " 821 
-Subways or conduits to accommodate water pipe, wires, street railways, etc., for 

plans , " 582 

Subway and tunnel to connect North and South Sides near Rush st., for plans 

and estimates (Jackson) , " 560 

Subway to connect North and South Sides near Rush st., for plans and esti- 
mates (Coughlin) " 562 

Subways under elevated railways, Ward Superintendents to have cleaned Jud. 1372 

Subway at Warren av. (Rockwell st.), for electric light Passed 1373 

Sullivan, Mrs. B., pay special assessment rebate " 2226 

Sullivan, Hannah, pay account loss of horse " 771 

Passed 1482 
Sullivan, J. J., pay account sidewalk construction 



Vet. & Lost 1483 

Sullivan, J. J., pay account sidewalk construction Fin. 2473 

(See page 2S44. ) 

Superior av. from 92d to 93d sts., to compel contractors for paving to complete. .', Passed 1734 

Survey of river front and by-pass at Jackson street bridge, for, etc. , '' 2299 

(See report, page 2453. ) 

Survey of river from Robey to Leavitt sts. by which to establish dock lines " 1804 

Swan, Louis, for electric sign • " 1463 

Swedish National Association, for banners Passed 491, 493, 557, 2126 

Sweet, John J. , pay special assessment rebate Passed 167 

Swenie, Dennis J., vote of confidence, etc '• 1798 

Swift, E. F., permit to repair building :. " 667 

Tauber, Max, for sign " 282 

Taylor, C. F., pay special assessment rebate . '' 2645 

Taylor and Johnstone, for sign " 1862 

Teams, City Collector to report amount collected from owners of 10 or more " 1516 

(See report, page 1708.) 

Telephone in city yard, 33d and La Salle sts., for " 489 

Telegraph and telephone companies. City Electrician to have removed illegally con- 
structed wires, etc G. O. & E. L. 1372 

Telegraph and telephone poles, etc., on Oak wood av., bet. Cottage Grove av. and I. C. R. 

R., to remove, etc Passed 1304 

Telegraph and telephone wires in Ashland av., place underground '" 387 



CC INDEX. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Pag-e 

Telegraph and telephone wires in Clybourn av., to place underground, etc Passed 1150 

Telegraph and telephone wires in State st., from 26th to 39th st., place under- 
ground " 2433 

Telegraph and telephone, etc., poles and wires on, 22d st., from Clark to I. C. R. 

R., place underground " 1682 

Thackaberry, M. L., paj special assessment rebate : " 16T 

„, DTI ^ ,. . i Passed. 1750 

Thayer & Jackson, for muslin sign •< 

j Vet. & Lost. 1T69 
Thirtieth st., west of Groveland av., etc., to open and to repeal former orders 

in re Passed 1902 

Thirty-fifth st., bet. Indiana and Prairie ays., to move back buildings, etc. " 1750 

Thirty-seventh pi.. No. 909 (Flannigan) , pay water tax rebate, " 1345 

Thirty-seventh st., from Michigan av. to Grand blvd., re-commit pet. to blvd. to 

S. & A. S. D '' 1331 

Tillottson, E. N., pay special assessment rebate, Passed 1761, 2226 

Time table for gas lamps, to prepare for lighting Passed 2125 

Titcomb, W. C, for wire " 2470 

{ Passed 669 

Topliff, W. R., permit to lay sewer stubs, etc < 

(Vet. & Lost. 689 

Transfers on Bowmanville line, for opinion in re. power to compel Passed 492 

Transfers on lines crossing Halsted st., for opinion in re. power to compel " 2300 

Trees and bushes on Byron st., for removal of Passed 285 

Tripp, John, pay water tax rebate " 2324 

Tuckhorn, S., for electric sign " 1294 

Tunnel in Diversey av., authorizing Deering Harvester Co. to build " 2287 

Tunnel in Washington st., foot passageway, for report of companies using " 2262 

(See report, page 2514.) 

Tunnels, to alter passageways , File 161 

Turner av.. No. 216, pay water tax rebate Passed 1344 

Turner, W. J., pay special assessment rebate '^ 2650 

Twenty^- fourth St., crossing of Pan-Handle Company, to plank " 1463 

Uhrlaub, John C, for sign " 1799 

Ullerick, Dr. C. A., for wire " 280 

Ulm, John W., for sign " 287 

Unfinished business before Council, to publish list of " 971 

U. S. Y. & T. Co. bet. Rock Island tracks and Grand blvd.. company to remove 

fence, etc Passed 1304 

U. S. Y. &T. Co. bet. Rock Island tracks and Grand blvd., company to remove tracks. 

etc. , (Carey) Passed 1250 

. (See communications, opinion, etc., pages 1312, 1715 and 1846.) 

United Irish League, for banner Passed 1252 

United States Express Co. , for electric sign " 1750 

Urbano, Urbano, f®r refund of bail deposit Passed 2531 

Vail, G. W., pay special assessment rebate. ... '' 171 

Van Schaack, Cornelius, pay special assessment rebate " 2227 

Van Vlissengen, Arthur, pay water tax rebate ' • 2324 

Vaughan, J. C, for electric sign " 2792 

Vedder st., to remove obstructions and bring to grade '' 2504 

Viaduct at Center av., Union Traction Co. to repair " 1803 

Viaduct at 18th st., for item in appropriation bill to repair Fin. 2474 

Viaduct and roadway to connect with Lake Shore drive, for plans, etc Passed 488, 562 

Vierling, F. C. , pay water tax rebate Passed 168 

Vikings Lodge, for banner " 2437 

Vogel, C. G., pay special assessment rebate " 768 

Vogelhein, I., for barber pole „ "■ 1463 



INDEX. CCI. 

ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS— Continued. 

Page 

Vournazos, Chas. , for sign Passed 379 

Wacker and Birk Brewing Co., pay water tax decrease "" 2228 

Wagner, Dr. G. W., for wire ' " 115<^ 

Wagons unhitched in streets, to enforce Sec. 1874, Revised Code, concerning " 1683 

( Passed 1870 

Walker, H. H., to revoke building permit granted to JVt Sr J t 1929 

Walnut St., Nos. 1021-3 and 1029, not to shut off water until, etc Passed 2062 

I Passed 860 

Walsh, Kate, pay account personal injury < _. 

Walther, George, for telephone wire Passed 2616 

Ward numbers, for plans to designate at street corners '' 1902 

(See communication from C. P. W., page 2106.) 

Wards, redistricting, Judiciary Committee to prepare ord. for Jud. 189 

Ward Superintendents, to make daily report Passed 149 

Warner Bros. Co., pay water tax rebate " 2319 

Warrant No. 11748, pay special assessment rebate " 171 

Warren iiv., No. 13, pay water tax decrease " 1762 

Washburn, H., pay special assessment rebate " 425 

Washington Heights Pumping Station, transferring $1,000 to credit of " 66^1 

Washington Heights, special assessment No. 31, to rebate special assessment to 

owners Fin. 2298 

Washington Medical Institute, for banner Passed 21b2 

Washington street tunnel foot passageway, for report of companies using " 2262 

(See report, page ':^514.) 

Wassraann, Chris, for plumber sign } " 1328 

Water- 
Board of Education, for ord. to fix charges '' 1682 

Fountain, permit to Mrs. P. Alberg to erect " 1462 

Fund, to transfer from to credit of Warrant 22947 (supply pipe in 16th st.) . . Fin. 2547 

Impure, for plans for relief from Passed 487 

Rogers Park, for plans to supply with city water " 556 

Rogers Park, for survey and furnishing of " 940 

Service pipes, etc., in Milwaukee av., from C, M. & St. P. to C. & N. W. 

Rys., to place at lot line " 712 

Service pipes impaired by frost, to have repaired " 1325 

Service pipes in Kedzie av., south of Division (W. E. & R. H. P. Addn.), 

permit to lay " 718 

Tanks on tops of buildings. Health Commissioner to investigate, etc H. D. 1462 

Trough at 33d and Wallace, to place Passed 970 

Mains — 

Annexed districts, to lower " 1040 

Birchwood, Murphy and Chase avs., Rogers Park Water C©. to lay " 659 

Brown, Sam, Jr., permit to make connections ^ " 491 

Cemetery Drive, order and agreement in re Passed 1686, 1739 

Devon av., east of Western av., etc., to lay Passed 2060 

Devon av., east of Western av., etc,, to lay Re-con. and Fin. 2161 

List on page 606, etc., to have lowered as per Fin. 711 

Normal av., from 63d to 65th sts., permit to lower, etc Passed 1689 

Norwood Park, to include intern in appropriation bill to lower " 1735 

(See page 2820.) 

Riverdale, to include item in appropriation bill to lower Fin. 1974 

Sixty-seventh st. main, pay claims account bursting Passed 1921, 1932 

Thirty-third Ward, in sundry sts. (Avenue M., 110th St., etc), to lay '' 861 

Twenty-seventh Ward, to connect with two new pumping stations " 2468 

Twenty-eighth st., from 42d ct. to 44th av., repealing ord. for " 2617 

Transferring 19,098.03 to credit City Engineer's office for laying, etc " 1846 



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INDEX. 



ORDERS— MISCELLANEOUS- Continued. 

Page 

Wathier, Joseph P. , for canopy Passed 1684 

Way man and Curtis sts., clean and put in order " 283 

Weaver, James, pay account personal injury " 770 

Webster av. opening, to include sum in appropriation bill to apply until collection 

of assessment Fin. 2552 

Weed, Sarah M., pay on special assessment voucher Passed 1037 

Weigley, Buckley & Gray, pay special assessment rebate " 171 

Weil, George, pay account loss of horse " 771 

Weindt, Joseph, pay special assessment rebate " 1036 

Weinstein, Bernard, for canvas sign " 1735 

Wellington st., N©. 1718, pay water tax rebate ... " 173 

Wells St., from Division to Clark sts., not to let contract, for paving " 2879 

Wendell, C, pay water tax decrease '' 1614 

Wentworth av., No. 4028, pay water tax rebate " 1266 

Werden, Geo. E. , for barber pole " 1966 

Western ave.. No. 67, pay water tax rebate " 168 

Western ave., from Harrison to Twelfth sts., place wires underground " 1373 

Western ave., from Madison to Harrison sts., Chicago Union Traction Company, 

to pave, etc '' 1373 

Western Paving & Stone Company, pay account special assessment vouchers " 862 

Western Union Telegraph Company, for report as to its right to delegate 

powers, etc ; " 1968 

(See report, page 2030.) 

Westphal, William, pay water tax rebate " 1539 

West Side Business College, for banner " 137 

West Water st. city property, for report as to use for private purposes " 1741 

(See reports, pages 1775 and 2107.) 

Wetherell, J. N., pay special assessment rebate Passel 171, 

Wheeler, William, pay special assessment rebate Passed 

{ Passed 

White, L. E., for electric sign 



White Lake Lumber Company, for refund lumber license 

White, Patrick, pay water tax decrease 

Wieboldt, W. A. & Co . , for electric sign 

Wigginton, James, for refund building license 

Wilkinson, David S . , pay account property damage 

Willard, Henry, pay special assessment rebate 

Williams, David, pay special assessment rebate 

Williams, George, for electric sign 

Williams, Peter, pay water tax decrease 

Wilson, David, pay special assessment rebate 

Wilson, Henry, pay special assessment rebate 

Wilson, Walter H., pay water tax" rebate 

Winkelraan, F. H., pay water tax rebate 

Winthrop av., from Lawrence to Ainslie avs., Gas Co. to lay pipe 

Wires and other electrical appliances, for removal of all maintained without 

Wires, Thirty-fourth Ward, to place under ground, etc 

Wires in Western av., from Harrison to 12th sts., place undtjrground 

Wisner, Frank J., pay special assessment rebates (two) 

Wittbold, George, permit for temporary foot walk 

Wleklinski, M. J., pay claim heretofore ordered paid 

Wolf & Co., for electric sign 

Wolf, E., for muslin sign 

Wolf, Fred W. & C®., pay water tax rebate 

Wolf, Max, refund of amusement license 



425 

171 

2519 

Vetoed and Passed 2534 

" 2643 

" 2647 

" 1742 

" 2647 

'^ 2650 

" 586 

" 1039 

" 2791 

" 768 

'• 768 

" 171 

'' 168 

" 767 

'> 714 

285 
2178 
1373 
2320 
2076 
558 
2477 
1866 
1539 
201 



etc. 



INDEX. CCIIi 

ORDERS - MISCELLANEOUS-Continued. 

Pa-e 

Wolf, P. F., and Mrs. Ada B. Ward, permit to lay sidewalk Passed 1325 

Wolfe, Moses, pay account property damage '' 7>58 

Women's Athletic Club, for storm doors S. & A., S. D 128 

Wood St., Board of Education, Rush Medical College and Presbyterian Hospital, per- 
mit to pave . . Passed 953 

Wordlicek, Joseph, claim account property damage, to re-commit to Finance '• 2552 

Workman, J. H., pay special assessment rebate " 1036 

Wright, James, pay for overtime •' 1923 

Wrisley, A. B., perrait for public scale '^ 1750 

Wyman, E. D., pay special assessment rebate '. '^ 1761 

Wynn, Edw., & Co., pay special assessment rebate " 1344 

. rj ^ ^ ■.. .•,... (Passed 1903 

Wyommff Hotel, permit to retain electric sign i 

' ° ] Vetoed and Passed 1932 

Xaverious, J os. , pay water tax rebate Passed 1762 

Yondorf Bros., permit for band stands, three '■ 1328 

Yondorf Bros., for banners Passed 1328, 2470 

Yondorf Bros. , for electric sign Passed 1328 

Yondorf Bros., permit for three signs on North av. and Larrabee st " 1684 

Yondorf Bros., for two signs " 2618 

Young Men's Christian Ass'n, Warrant No. 15992, pay special assessment rebate '' 171 

Youngs, C. F.. permit for barn in rear of 7350 Bond av '■ 668 

Zacharias, August, for pay of a judgement for personal injury Fin. 669 

r,. T-w -ri r7 4. (Passed 1138 

Zipperman, Dr. E. Z., for wire •< 

I Vet. & Lost 1235 

S. & A., N. D 1461 

Zipprich, J. C. permit for driveway ^ Reported (adverse) . . . 1821 

Passed (adverse) 2504 



ORDERS— LET CONTRACT. 

Page 

( Passed 1173 

Bridge over Calumet River at Ninety-fifth st { 

(Vet. & Lost. 1236 

Another order Passed 1249 

LaSalle tunnel foot passage, for construction of new "• 563 

Sewer — 

Indiana av. system, to advertise for bids " 170 

Lawrence av " 935 

Street Improvements — 

Ashland av. and other streets, system >. »' 816 

Western av., from Twelfth St. to Ogden av " 193 



ORDERS— STAYING. 



Drains — Page 

South Chicag© av., from 87th to 91st sts., Warrant 23377 Passed 289 

Lamp Posts — 

Forty-second av., from North to Humboldt avs Passed 2556, 2878 

Forty-fifth st., bet. Woodlawn and Vincennes avs., rescinding Passed 1172 

North av., from 40th to Grand avs '' 2557 

Paulina st. from 35th to 37th sts " 1515 



CCIV 



INDEX. 



ORDERS— STAYING— Continued. 



Openings — 

Alley in Lot 8, Block 35, Warrant 23678. 



Oakdale ay., from Burling t© Clark sts. 



Page 

Passed 1299 

Rescinded.. 1519 

Passed 2299^ 

^ Order Rescinded.. 2617 
Paulina st., from North E9th st. to Winnemac ave., rescinding stay of Nov. 

15, 1897 .Passed 2438 

Paulina st., from Foster (N. 59th st.) to Winnemac av " 2617 

Peoria st., from 53d st. to 125 ft. south (Docket 147961), passed March 16, 

1896, ord. rescinding "' 380 

Washington st. (Winona) , from Lincoln av. west, rescind stay " 1737 

Sewer— 

Fifty-serenth av., from Grand av. to 30 ft. north of C, M. & St. P. R'y " 1864 

Hamlin av., from Fullerton to Wightwood avs., rescinding (order passed 

Nov. 23, 1896) r- " 2179 

One Hundred and Eighteenth St., from Lowe to Union avs., rescinding " 2439 

Parnell av., from alley south of 116th t® 118th sts ^' 289 

School St., from Humboldt st. to 107 feet west, remove stay " 2438 

Winona st., Warrant N©. 24213 " 2468 

Sidewalks — 

Aldine av., Warrant No. 24181 " 1807 

Ann St. , from Lake to Kinzie sts " 279 

J Passed 2266 

\ Rescinded . . 2523 

Carroll ave., from St. John pi. to Carpenter st Passed 559 

Dickens av.. Warrant No. 24341 " 2471 

(Passed 2438 

Forty-third ct., from Montrose to Elston avs •< T>gg(.j^^g(j 2557 

Passed 1298 

^ Rescinded . . 1330 

Kedzie av., from Wellington to Belmont avs. (with petition) Passed 1864 

Leavitt st., from Grand av. to Washington blvd " 279 

LeMoyne st. , from Spaulding to Kedzie avs Passed 951, 1591 

Madison st., from Green to Peoria sts Passed 1462 

" 1377. 
" 1462 



Avenue M., Irom 95th to l02d sts. 



Hamlin av., fi'om Chicago av. to Division st. 



Montrose av., from 40th to 47th avs 

Oakley av., from Chicago av. t© Division st 

Raven st., from Evergreen st. to 64th av 

Sixty-third St., from Stony Island av. to I. C. R. R., rescinding. 

Sixty-sixth st., from South Park to Cottage Grove avs . 

Spriui field av., from Roscoe to School sts 

Wood st . , from Chicago av. to Division st 



Street Improvements- 
Aberdeen St., from 63d to 67th sts Passed 1689, 

Alleys bet. Augusta, Iowa, Lincoln and Winchester Passed 

Alley bet. Campbell, Artesian, Division and Potomac 

Alley bet. Ferdinand, Austin, Leavitt and Oakley 

Alley bet. 45th pi., 46th st.. Grand blvd. and Vincennes av " 

Alley south from Oak st., bet. State and Rush sts 

Alley bet. Thomas, Augusta, Lincoln and Winchester 

Ashland av., from Fullerton t© Wightwood avs.. Board of Local Improve- 
ments to stay and report new ord • • 

Avers av., from Division st. to Grand av 

Byron, Paulina, Jenssen sts. and East Ravenswood Park (system) 

Centre av., from C. & N.-W. R'y to Grand av " 



2178 

1174 

147 

1298 

2179 
1255 
1462 
1255 
1972 
1150 
1255 

1377 

2434 

1520 

805 



INDEX. CCV 

ORDERS— STAYING— Continued. 
Street Improvements— Page 

f Passed 558 

I Passed SpS 

Chicago av., from Ashland to Milwaukee avs -{ ^^^ ^ ^^^^^ ..y^ 

LVet. &Lost. 878 

Clark St., from 18th to 22d st Passed 1515 

Curtis St., from Fulton st. to Carroll av " l'--^*^ 

Edwards av. , f r©m 82d to S3d sts. Warrant No. 23232 " 669 

Estes av., from Sheridan rd. to Clark st. " ''^618 

Fillmore st., from Kedzie to Central Park avs " 953 

Grace st., from Ashland av. to East Ravenswood Park " 1299 

Grenshaw st., from 41st to 42d avs., rescinding stay of Sept. 27, 1897 Passed 554 

Halsted st., from Fullerton av. to Clark st. (Assessment) " 2126 

(Passed 2128 

Harrison st., from Belt R'y to 48th av., etc., (system) Doc. No. 24070. -^ j^^ggj^^^g^ 2796 

( Passed 952 

Honore st. , from Madison to Adams sts ■{ „ • r\ a i i 41 

Huron st., from Centre av. to Noble st Passed 1146 

i Passed 1172 



{Pass* 



Kinzie st. system (28th ward) , Docket No. 23583 , «cinded 226(5 

Lunt av., from Ridge av. to Sheridan rd., remove stay File 849 

Marshfield ay., from Addison st. to Irving Park bivd Passed 1299 

j Passed 2621 

Noble St., from Kinzie to Ohio sts < -^ . -. , ^^r,o 

' I Rescmded. . . 2793 

Oak St., from Larrabee st. to Hawthorne ay Passed 943 

On® Hundred and Third st., from Michigan av. to C, R. I. & P. R'y " 1689 

Ohio St., from Carpenter st. to Centre av " 1329 

(Passed 1461 

Paulina St., from Addison St. to 125 ft. south. .. . i ^r ^ p r ^ ^aq4 

' I Vet. & Lost. 1484 

Passed 1329^ 

& Lost. 1353 

Robey st., from Roscoe st. to Irving Park blvd Passed 1299 

Sixty-second st., from Halsted st. to Centre av., rescinding stay of May 6,1896. " 190 

Twenty-second st., from Ashland to Western avs Passed 1803 

( S.&A.W.D. 2300 

Order rescinding stay •< ^ ^ , „ , , . 

I Reported . . . 2442 

( Passed 1748 

Twenty-second st., from Lumber st. to Ashland av -\ „ „ „., _,^^,„ 

. ' I Recon.&File 1812 

Twenty-second st. , from Lumber st. to Ashland av Passed 1801 

I S.&A.W.D. 2300 
Order rescinding stav : < ^ ^ , „,_ 

\ I Reported . . . 2442 

( Passed 971 

Wabash ay., froM 35th to 39th sts ■< ^, . ^ , ,^^^ 

I Rescinded. . 1682 

Winchester av., Warrant No. 23288 Passed 667 

Winnemac av., from Clark St. to Chicago and Northwestern Railway '• 1520 

Wo@d St., from Kinzie st. to Chicago av '' 1592 

Referred (same page) Streets and Alleys West. 

Water Service Pipes- 
Springfield av., from George st. to 282 feet north of Division st " 2795 



CCVI INDEX. 

ORDERS— LAMPS AND LAMP POSTS. 

Electric— , Page 

i Passed 1592 

Adams St., south side, first alley east of Ashlaad blvd. Wr . dt ^ -icn 

, ' ( Vet. & Lost. 1Q^9 

Alley rear Bethel A. M. E. Church, on 30th St., for one Passed 168'3 

Avenue L, bet. 97th and 98th sts., etc " 931 

Bond and Illinois avs. and at 85th st., etc., etc " 1250 

C. & N. W. Ry., bet. Elston and North avs., tor lights at street intersections. " 1329 

( Passed . ; 1743 

Claremont av., at Flournoy and at Harrison sts., for one at each corner ^ „ ^ „ t- ^ .^,^,, 

( Vet. & Lost. 1759 

Division st., Chicago and California avs. in Fourteenth Ward, to pro- j Passed 1869 

vide for lighting * Vet. & Lost. 1928 

Eugenie et., bet. Eugenie and Menominee sts., for one lamp Passed 2299 

Ewingav. and at 95th St., C. T. T. R. R. Co. to place " 1173 

i Passed 1140 

Fulton St., No. 513, and first alley north of Lake st., for lamps ( v t Ar 1 T^S." 

Halsted. Erie and Desplaines sts., to erect Passed 950 

Halsted St., from 12th to loth sts., for erection " 655 

( Passed. . . . 1373 
Harrison St., from Sibley st. to Irving av -' & Lo 14^4 

Henry St., from Johnson St. to Stewart av., to erect Passed 195 

La Salle st., from 51st to 53d sts., for lamps " 3616 

Lexington Avenue Baptist Church, for arc light " 669 

1 Passed 655 

Liberty st., from Halsted st. to Stewart av Wr \ o t i. nnr, 

■^ ' ( Vet. & Lost. 690 

M. E. Church, 92d and Jefferson av., for arc light Passed 823 

Morgan, Fisk, May, 17th, 19th, 20th and 21st sts., for erection ©flights j Passed 2473 

(Sth ward) * Vet. & Lost 2509 

Robey st., from Diversey blvd. to Belmont av. and ©n Lincoln st., etc., for 

lights Passed 940 

( Passed 655 

Sixteenth st. , from Johnson to Canal sts j ^ ^q^ 

Thirty-seventh pi., from Wabash to Michigan avs., and Michigan and j Passed 1463 

Indiana avs., for lamps ( Vet, & Lost 1485 

Van Buren st., bet. Hoyne and Western avs., for conduits and lamps Passed 1141 

Warren av., subway at Rockwell st., for " 1373 

Gas- 
Albany av. and on Fulton st. , to repair, etc. , two lamps , Passed 1330 

Ballou St., No. 873, repair and light '' 2617 

Baptist Church on Sunnyside av., for tw© lamps " 492 

Baptist Chureh on Sunnyside av., for lamp '' 557 

Bishop St., from 53d to 55th sts,, to light lamps already erected " 1689 

Carpenter St.. No. 67 N., to light lamp " 2436 

Christ chapel, for two lamps '' 557 

Church on 46th st., bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., for one " 1304 

Church of Provident, to erect and light two " 191 

Churches in Thirty-third Ward, for lamps in front of five " 669 

Cong. Bnei Israel, for two lamps " 1806 

Cortland Street Cong. Church, for two boulevard lamps " 2620 

Ev. Luth. Bethanie Church, for one post and two lamps " 2620 

Farrell, Lyman and Quinn sts. (6th ward) , for erection of lamps " 2301 

First Presbyterian Church, for two boulevard lamps " 2624 

German Lutheran Church, for two lamps " 133 

Humboldt Park Baptist Church, for two feoulevard lamps " 2620 

Humboldt Park M. E. Church, for two lamps " 2182 



INDEX. ccvn 

ORDERS— LAMPS AND LAMP POSTS— Continued. 
Gas— Page 



Indiana ar., from 62d to 63d sts., to light lamps , ^ „ ^ ,^^^ 

, I Vet. & Lost 1928 

i Passed 2559 

light { ^^ ^ _ 



,_ .^, , Passed 1862 

from b2d to b3d sts., to light lamps ■{ ,^ . „ ^ . ,^^^ 

Lamp at 4841 Greenwood ay. , to L„ ._ , ^^ „ ^ ^ „^. 

I Vet. & Lost 2576 

Lamp post, front of 220 N. Carpenter st., raise and repair, etc Passed 2299 

Lamps not in use by reasson of electric lighting, to remove all '• 1743 

Lamps at 81 N. St. Louis av., and one each northeast and southwest corner of 

St. Louis and Carroll avs., repair and light " 1592 

Lamps in Twenty-sixth Ward, to re-light all those turned off '. . . "■ 2879^ 

(Vetoed and lost, April 9th.) 

Lexington av., from 60th to 61st sts., repair and light lamps " 1378 

Lunt av., from Ridge rd. two blocks west, etc., place and light lamps " 557 

Merrill Methodist Church, for two lamps '' 1522 

Montana St., No. 1416, for tw© boulevard lamps' " 2617 

Morgan St., 245 North, to light lamp " 2471 

Paulina St., from 35th to 37th sts, for fourteen posts " 151&' 

Poplar av., from 29th to 31st sts., for lamps " 2262 

Passed 490 
Pulaski Hall, for two boulevard lamps. 



Vet. & Lost. 533 

Ravenswood Ev. Luth. Church, for two lamps Passed 492 

Ravenswood Et. Luth. Church, for two lamps " 158& 

Scandinavian Y. M. C. A., for two lamps '' 1298 

.Passed 490 

School hall on Central Park av., near 22d st., for two lamps. 



i 



Vet. & Lost. 534 

Shaughnessy st., to cause to be lighted Passed 1590 

Sokol Chicago, for two lamps in front of " 1966 

Sok®l Turner Hall, for two lamps " 1140 

St. Hedwig Church, for lamps all around church " 282 

St. Joseph's Church, for three lamps " 1378 

St. Mark's Luth. Church, for two lamps " 1970 

St. Paul's Church, for four lamps " 656 

St. Paul's Church, for tw® lamps '' 802 

St. Paul's Et. Luth. Church, for lamp p®sts " 2793 

Summerdal© Cong. Church, for two lamps " 2180 

Synagogue at Clinton St. and 12th pi., for two boulevard lamps , " 278 

Thirty-first pi., from Auburn av. to Musprat st., for lamps " 2433 

United Pres. Church, for two lamps " 379 

Warren and Hoyne avs., repair lamps, etc " 1743 

Willow St., from Clybourn to Hawthorne avs., for erection. . •' 1299 

Wilson av., bet. Ashland and Perry avs., for two '' 1461 

Gasoline — 

Belmont av., bet. Milwauke and 40th avs., for two '' 493 

Catholic Church at Ainsley and Western avs., for two " 2298 

Cragin Congregational Church, for lamp '' 147 

Cragin Congregational Church, for one " 1688 

Fiftieth and Medill avs., for one, southeast corner " 712 

Forty-ninth, 48th, 47th and FuUerton avs., etc., etc., for '' 821 

Forty-second av., feet. Warner and Grace sts., for three " 147 

Forty-third av., from 12th to 14th sts., for six '' 554 

Harding av., from Divison St., to Grand av., for six '' 1591 

Hoyne av.. No. 3440. for one " 2519 

Ingleside Avenue M. E. Church, for two •' 2266 

Jefferson Park Swedish Church, for two '' 935 

Jewish Synagogue, Spaulding av. and 38th pi., for two ^ ^' 2467 



€CVIII 



INDEX. 



ORDERS-LAMPS AND LAMP POSTS— Continued. 

Gasoline — 

Lawndale av., bet. Belle Plaine and Harding avs., for Passed 

One Hundred and First st. (south side), from Prospect av. to Wood st., for 

three 

Ridgeway av., bet. Belle Plaine and Harding avs., for 

School St., bet. Kimball and Drake avs., for 

Swedish Lutheran Church, 7426 Drexel av., for two 

Thirty-seventh pL, bet. Spaulding and Homan avs., place and light four 

Wabansia av., bet. Lawndale av. and C, M. & St. P. R. R., for 

West Ridge Village hall, etc., to place one 



Page 

285 

554 

285 

380 

2266 

2179 

285 
660 



ORDERS— OPENING. 

Page 

Alley bet. Francis pL, Point st. and Armitage ay S. & A. W. D. 1804 

Alley bet. Lill av. and Dunning st., from Perry st. to alley east File 849 

Alley from east line of Western av. to north and south alley bet. Western, Claremont, 

North and Wabansia B. L. I. 2793 

Armita-e, Fullerton avs., etc., intersecting C, M. & St. P. Ry., to open at once. . Passed 5o5 
Avenue""N," from 98th to 99th sts., B. & O.. and L. S. & M. S. Rys., to open .... |'^ 1178 

Escanaba av., for ordinance to open, from 83d to 84th sts., etc " 379 

Front St. at Lessing st., to remove fence and open at once " 1804 

(See opinion of Corporation Counsel, page 1927; see communication 

from Cemptroller, page 1936. ) 

One Hundredth St., from Avenue -N" to Com'mercial av., for estimate of cost of '^ 150 



ORDERS-ESTABLISHING ROADWAY. 

Page 

Austin, Indiana, Ohio, Ontario, Erie, Huron, Superior, 50th ct. and 50th av. . . .D. P. W. 148 

Robey st., from Madison to Harrison, order to establish Passea 1141 

Sixty-third St., from Ashland to Western avs., for ord D. P. W. 379 

Spaulding av., from Grand av. to Division st Passed 1518 



ORDERS — SIDE WALKS. 

Aberdeen st., from 68th to 69th sts., permit to build to curb Passed 

Cass and Michigan sts., southwest corner, permit to repair 

Clark St., west side, from 100 feet n©rth of Lunt av. thence 150 feet north, permit 

to construct ^ ^^ 

Clark St., No. 65, permit to L. Schultz to lay 

Evans av., east side, bet. 67th and 68th sts., to construct by private contract 

Evanston av. south of York pi. and southeast corner Evanston and Surf, owners 

to put in condition • • • • ^^ 

Forty-second av., from Lake st.. to alley south, permit to locate curb line | 

Forty-fifth av., from Washington blvd. to Randolph st., for location of curb line. . 
Forty-flf th av., from Washingt@n to Randolph, repealing order to change to curb . || 
Forty-sixth av., from Washington blvd. to Randolph st., to locate at curb line.. . . |'^ 
Forty-ninth st., from State st. to Indiana av., perrasit to lay to^curb line 



Page 

822 
1461 

381 
714 

378 

1686 
1808 
1308 
1586 
1250 
554 



INDEX. ' CCIX 

ORDERS— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Fifty-seventh st., from Dearfeorn st. to alley east, permit to lay to curb Passed 137S 

Fifty-seventh st., from Dearborn st. to Armour av., permit t© lay at curb '• 1325 

Grace st., fr®m South port av. to H!erud©n st., permit to build t® curb " 1461 

Green st., bet. 66th and 67th sts., pet. and ovder to build by private contract " 1172 

Lowe av., bet. 66th and 67th sts., permit to build to curb line '' 190 

Rockwell St. , from Chicago av. to Rice st., permit to lay to curb " 1374 

Seventieth st.,l)et. Princeton av. and C, R. I. & P. Ry., by private contract 

(with petition ) ^ " 1172 

St. Johns pi., to repair " 192 

Thirty-sixth st., No. 888, permit for " 972 



ORDER— STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 

Page 

Alley bet. Clark, Dearborn. Washington and Randolph, by private contract Passed 799 

Alley bet. Clark, LaSalle, Madison and Washington, by private contract '• 799 

Alley bet. Jackson blyd.. Van Buren, Franklin and Market sts., bj private con- 
tract '• 1964 

Alley bet. Spruce, Plum, Laflin and Loomis sts., for ord S. & A. W. D. 490 

Bellevue pi., from State to Rush, by private contract Passed 1376 

Clinton st., from Harrison to Sebor sts., except, etc., by private contract " 1298 

Crilly pi., by private contract '^ 1376 

Dearborn st., bet. Monroe and Madison sts., by private contract " 1370 

Eddy St., from West Ravenswood Park to Lincoln st., by private contract. '• 191 

Ellsworth St., from Polk to Mather sts., by private contract , " 717 

^Gordon terrace, by private contract " 1590 

Green st., frem Chicago to Milwaukee avs., by private contract " 1146 

Loomis St., bet. 21st and 22d sts., permit (by resolution) to plank and lay side- 
walks by private contract " 655 

State St., Wabash av., Randolph and Washington sts., by private contract " 651 

Ward and Herndon sts., bet. Waveland and Grace, by private contract " 1251 



ORDERS— UNDERGROUND WORK. 

Sewers — Pao-e 

Cornell st.. No. 71, to nearest main sewer, also catch basin, city to build Passed 1684 

Elizabeth St., bet. 62d St. and 61st pi., by private contract " 933 

Leavitt st., Argyle av., St. Anthony ct., etc., by private contract " 940 

One Hundred and Twelfth t® 114th pis., to build by private contract " 499 

Sacramento av., from 23d to 24th sts., permit to build by private contract " 193 

System south of 39th St., bet. Oakley and Kedzie avs. to 79th st., etc., for 

plans and estimates " 554 

Ward St., bet. Grace st. and Waveland av., by private contract " 987 

Water Mains — 

Ainslie st. , from Irving av. to 300 feet east , Passed 1063 

Ainslie st., connecting Leavitt st " 1063 

Allev, first east of Cottage Grove av., from 28th st. to first alley north " 71 

Alley, first north of 28th St., from Iglehart to Brewery avs " 71 

Alley (proposed) 330 feet south from 44th st. and 200 feet west of Drexel blvd Fin. 1735 



CCX INDEX. 

OKDERS— UNDERGROUND WORK-Coutinued. 

Page 

Avenue P, from 103d st. to 180 feet south Passed 2249' 

Avenue H, from 103d St. to 575 feet south .• " 698 

Avenue K, from 108th to 109th sts " 607 

Avenue M, from 107th to 110th sts., etc., etc., order Fin. 190 

Balmoral av., fr®Qi Robey st. to 666 feet west Passed 1449 

Brewery av., from first alley north of 28th st. to 27th st '' 71 

Calumet av., from 56th st. to 490 feet south " 1655 

Calumet ay., from 57th st. to 350.feet south " 1063 

Calumet av., from 58th to 59th sts " 71 

Cemetery drive, from East Ravenswood Park to Clark st " ■ 1739 

(See agreement in re., page 1686. ) 

Charles St., from 95th to 99th sts " 1459 

Cleveland av., bet. North av. and Center st " I'^^SS 

Colorado av., from 47th av. to 150 feet west " 1449 

Coles a-v.. from 74th st. to 200 feet northwest " '''1 

Coles av. , from Crossing st. to 74th st " "^l 

Coles av.. from 74th st. to 180 feet southeast " 313 

Coles av., from 140 feet southeast of 74th st. to 130 feet southeast " 213 

Cornelia st., fr®m 42d av. to 120 feet east " l'^'<5 

Cornelia St., from Springfield to Crawford avs " 2521 

Dearborn st., from 60th st., south, 300 feet '' 352 

Devon av., east of Western av., to extend to north city limits, etc., etc " 2060 

(Referred to Finance (minutes corrected), page 2161.) 

Dickens av., from 40th av. to 350 feet east " 352 

Diversey st., from Clark to Halsted sts " 381 

Diversey blvd., from Racine av. to Robey st .' " 660 

Drexelblvei., from 44th to 45th sts " 2301 

Emerald av., from 360 feet south of 64th st. to 105 feet south " 607 

Eighty-third st., from Birkhoff av. to 220 feet east " '<'84 

Eighty -seventh st., from Lowe av. to Wallace st " 71 

Eighty-seventh St., north side, from Lowe av. to Wallace st " 784 

Escanaba av. , from 93d st. to 340 feet south " 213 

Fletcher St., from Washtenaw av. to 535 feet east " 1063 

Flournoy St., from 264 feet west of 43d av. to 75 feet west " 1063 

Flournoy St., from 25 feet west of 46th a V. to 180 feet west " 431 

Fortieth av. , from Harrison st. to Colorado av " 1330 

Forty-second ct., from 30th to 31st sts '' 1449 

Forty-fourth ct., from Colorado av. to 100 feet north '' 71 

Forty-fourth ct., from 100 feet north ©f Colorado av. to 100 feet north of Lex- 
ington st " '1 

Forty-fourth st., from Ashland to Marshfield avs '' 607 

Forty-fourth st., 150 feet south from and 200 feet west of Drexel bWd " 1799 

Forty-fourth st., 150 feet south of and 200 feet west of Drexel av., to extend 

100 feet " 1«02 

Forty-sixth st., from Wood to Honore sts " 1312 

Forty-ninth av., from Lake to Kinzie sts '' 71 

Forty-ninth st., from Kimbark to Madison avs " 607 

Fiftieth ct., from Ontario st. to 150 feet south " 1312 

Fifty-firsft ct,, from 350 feet south of Ontario st. to 65 feet north. " 1312 

Fifty-first ct., from Washingt@n blvd. to 85 feet north " 431 

Fifty-first ct., from 85 feet north of Washington blvd. to 205 feet north " 431 

Fifty- fourth st., from Woodlawn av. to 275 feet west " 71 

Fifty-sixth pi., from Shields to Stewart avs '' 607 

Fifty-sixth st., from 167 feet east of Western to Oakley, on Oakley to alley 

south of 55th St., thence west to Gage Park, thence south to 56th st " 1586 



INDEX. CCXI 

ORDERS— UNDERGROUND WORK-Continued. 
Water Mains — Page 

„ ^ ^. r. ■ ■, ,.,^,^ J, , , ^ r-,, . ■, -, (Reported 393 

Foster av., lor 6-1 ach, 750 feet east from Sheridan road -{ 

I Re-com. to Fin 586 

Foster av., 750 feet east from Sheridan road Passed 768 

George St., from 75 feet west to 110 feet east of Hamlin av '■ 1063 

George st. , from Talman to Washtenaw avs " 2854 

Gleugyle pi., bet. Sheridan road and Lake Michigan " 1327 

Grove pi. (north) for 6-inch pipe " 1375 

Haisted st.. from Pratt st. to Milwaukee av '' 352 

Hamilton St., from Vilas pi. to Wilson av " 1063 

Hamlin av., from 75 feet south of Dickens av. to 55 feet north "■ 431 

Hardinsr av., from 26th to 27th sts " 2792 

Homan av., from Grenshaw st. to 150 feet s®uth " 1936 

Humboldt blvd., from Wrightwood to Fullerton avs " 1688 

Indiana av. , from 370 feet north of 67th st. to 60 feet north " 2854 

Irving Park av. (north side) , from 42d av. west 210 feet " 607 

Irving Park av. (north side), from 42d ct. east 80 feet " "607 

Lake St. (west), for additional 8-inch main, etc " 559 

Lawndale av., from 100 feet south of Hirsch St. to 265 feet south " 1312 

Leavitt St., from 160 feet south of Cullera av. to 75 feet south " 1449 

Lincoln st., from 31st pi. t© 125 feet south " 784 

Lincoln st. , 125 ft. south of 31st pi. to 32nd st " 784 

Monticello av., from 250 feet south of Diversey av. to 70 feet south " 698 

Mozart St., from 40 ft. south of George st. to 175 feet north Fin. 568 

Nineteenth st., from Halsted st. to Centre av Passed 2520 

Normal av., from 63d to 65th sts., permit to lower water pipe " 1689 

One Hundred and Sixth st., from Pullman av. to 340 ft. west '' 1312 

One Hundred and Seventh st., from Curtis to Indiana avs " 71 

One Hundred and Eighth st., from Avenue J to K ^' 607 

One Hundred and Ninth pi., from 220 feet west of State st. to 205 ft. west. . . " 892 

One Hundred and Tenth pi., from Wentworth av. to 300 feet east " 352 

One Hundred and Tenth pi., from 300 feet east of Wentworth av. east 290 

feet " 1063 

One Hundred and Eleventh St., from Watt av. to 650 feet west ''' 1312 

One Hundred and Twentieth st., from Centre av. to 300 feet west " 1312 

One Hundred and Twentieth st., from 230 feet west of Centre av. to 225 feet 

west " 1655 

Otto St., from Paulina to Wood sts " 1326 

Otto St., bet. Wood and Paulina sts S. & A., N. D. 820 

Otto St., bet. Wood and Paulina sts Passed 1151, 2076 

Paulina st., from Fletcher st. to 220 feet south Passed 784 

Paulina st., from 100 feet north of Granville av. to 60 feet north -^ 607 

Paulina St., from Lincoln av. to Otto st., change 4-inch to 6-inch pipe ^' 1460 

Pratt St., from Green to Halsted s'ts.' "■ 352 

Ridge av., from Southport av. to Clark st •' 381 

Sixtieth st., from Armour av. to Dearb@rn st " 1063 

Sixty-flrst St., from Madison av. to 250 feet west '' 2249 

Sixty -third ct. and 64th St., from Central Park t© Hamlin avs " 1378 

Sixty-fourth St., from. Drexel av. to 420 feet west '' 2854 

Seventieth st., from Lowe av. to Wallace st '' 352 

Seventieth st. , from Stewart to Princeton av •' 352 

Seventy -first St., from Wallace st. to Lowe av •• 784 

Seventy-sixth st., from Saginaw to Marquette avs , '' 71 

Seventy-ninth pi., from Wright st. to Vincennes av •' 698 

Sigel St., from Cleveland av. to Sedgwick st >- 892 

Sigel St., from Sedgwick ct. to Wells st " 607 



CCXII 



INDEX. 



ORDERS— UNDERGROUND WORK— Continued.^ 
Water Mains— ' Page 

St. Paul av., from 51st av. to 51st ct Passed 2127 

St. Paul av., from 51st ay. east 722 feet " 2265 

St. Paul av., from 51st av. east 445 feet, etc " 2438 

South Chicago av., from 76th st. to St®ny Island av Fin. 290 

Sunnyside av., from Kenmore av. to Sheridan rd Passed 784 

Sunnyside av. connecting Sheridan rd " 784 

Troy St., from Crossing St. to Marianna av " 71 

Troy St., from Marianna av. to b5 ft. south " 71 

Troy St., from 210 ft. north of 31st st. to 80 ft. south " 352 

Trumbull av.. from 30th to 31st sts " 1516 

Twentieth st., from Halsted st. to Centre av " 2520 

Twenty-eighth st., from Cottage Grove av. to first alley east and first alley 

east of Cottage Grove, etc., etc " 71 

Thirty-second st., from Lincoln st. to 275 ft. east " 784 

Thirty- sixth pi., from Albany av. to 450 ft. west " 431 

Thirty-ninth st., from Honore to Wood sts " 1936 

Thirty-ninth st., from Lincoln to Honore st " 352 

Wabash av., from 107th to 108th sts " 289 

Wallace St., from 70th to 71st sts " 352 

Washington av., from 76th St. to 260 ft. north " 1063 

Wentworth av., connecting 110th pi " 352 

Western av., from Eastwood av. to 140 ft. north " 2854 

Yates av., from 25 ft. n©rth of 92d st. south, etc " 1862 

Yates av., from 25 ft. north of 92d st. to 410 ft. north " 2854 



ORDINANCES— GENERAL. 

Page 

Agreements between city and various persons as to compensation under (Fin 1765 

ords. granted to them, confirming (from Mayor) / Passed 2019 

Air or spring guns, prohibiting the discharging of Passed 1516 

American Development Co., to allow judgment in favor of " 2649 

Amusement, for fire protection at places of Jiad. 1463 

Anti-Trust Proteciive Association, granting rights File 200 

Appropriation Bill for 1900, Comptroller's estimate Fin. 2329 

Reported 2653 

Passed 2692 



Appropriation Bill for 1900. 



Reconsidered and Passed 2751 



1^ Vet. as to certain items and Passed 2806 

Appropriation of $4,750 for Medical Inspectors and Disinfectors Passed 1488 

Appropriation for Police, Fire and Health Departments and for street lighting during 

period Aug. 26 to Sept. 1, 1900 Fin. 2180 

Ardmore and Hollywood avs., in Cochran's Second Add., to accept deed for said streets, 

etc Passed 1520 

Art Commission of City of Chicago, creating Fin. 2027 

Automatic Cycle Pump Co., permit for erection of pumps. . . ; Jud. 2796 

Automobile or auto-car operators, to examine and lieense Passed 944 

(Jud, 2475 

Automobiles, amending Sec. 482 Revised Code to include in < -p^^^^^ 9ggg 

I License . .805, 851 

Auto-Stage Co.. granting rights to \ Reported... 983 

< File 1697 



INDEX. CCXIII 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL— Continued. 

Page 
Badg-es for ununifonned police for identification, providing' for Passed ;jK4 

Base ball and out-door sports, coacerning seating- of patrons -^ _ 

(File 2561 

5 Fin 1557 

Bench monuments, establishing-, etc., 18 (No. 17 to No. 38) J ^ 

I Passed 2230 

i Referred 1255 
Bermudez Asphalt Paving Co.. for removal of plant on Oalcley av. (pet.).. -^ 

(Reported.... 169G 

I Jud 131 

Billboards and sig-ns, regulating construction •< Passed 2310 

' Vet. & Lost 2328 

Billboards and sig:ns, regulating construction Jud. 2434 

Bill posters and sign boards, regulating (see page 2310) Reported 2O65 

Blasting in city limits, prohibiting , J ' 

jFile 829 

Board of Education authorizing it to issue warrants anticipiting taxes. Passed 2301 

fH.,V. &B.. 280 

Boats 200 feet long or more, providing for their being towed in river J ^®P°^"^®*^ • • *^^ 

" ' I Re-Com 575 

^onds— ^pile ...762, 2304 
City to give bond to U. S. Government in connection with lights on \ Jud 1491 



piers, etc (Passed 1758 

Employes of D. P. W., providing for them to give . ' ^^° ' • * * ^^^ 



Passed .... 1037 

House of Correction, maturing July 1, 1899, for issue of 1618,000 re- j Fin 13 

fundinar "j Passed 341 

Substitute ord Passed 694 

Judgments against city, for issue of $2,500,000 to pay " 2553 

Tunnel, Nos. 471 to 646 P, 648 to 672 P, 674 to 700 P, for issue $228,000 re- 
funding .. 597 

Substitute ord " 693 

Water certificates, for issuance of , " 340 

Water power from Sanitary District, for issue of $2,500 ^ ^^^^ ^^^^ 



000 to purchase ^ -^- Amended & Passed. 2510 



ijras 
Vet 
Re-Con. and Passed 2557 

Boston Store property, 77-79 Madison st., to sell File 394 

Boyce, W. D., granting right to maintain electrical conductors \ ^'' ^' ^^■^- ^^^ 

■ ■ * I Reported 1910 

Ml Beys under 18, convicted of crime, concerning c®mmitment and parole, i ^e-Com.to Jud. 197 

jl I Keported 674 

! Brandt, H. F., permitting telephone wire. Passed 2878 

Braun and Fitts, to pay property damages J "^^° ^^^^ 

I File 2304 

Brewers and distillers, amending ordinance concerning File 987 

Brick — 

Concerning inspection of Fin. 2438 

For paving, amending Sec. 1659, Revised Code 1897 i '^^^^ "^^^'-^ 

j Passed as Amended 2309 

Inspection of, providing for by practical brickmaker ... \ ^^^ ^^^^ 

File 2193 

Bridges- 
Division Street (North Branch, Canal), authorizing building Qf and paying one-half 

^°^^ Passed 2343 



CCXIV INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL— Contiuu ed. 



Bridges — 

Opening and closing, regulating hours of 

I Fin 1254 

Plans for new, setting aside $10,000 for -^ p^^ggg^j ^47^ 

Taylor Street, authorizing Sanitary District to remove old and build new Passed 133 

Brisbois, Odilon, permit for wire across Madison st File 200 

Brokers and insurance companies (foreign), repealing ordinance of Oct. 5, 1895 (Sec. 

700, Revised Code 189r) Passed 817 

Buildings — 

Section 49, ord. of March 28, 1898, in re. residence districts, amending Passed 284 

Section 49, ord. of March 28, 1898, in re. blacksmith's ( Passed 1808 

shops, amending • (Vetoed, Amended & Passed. 1838 

Section 52, ord. of March 28, 1898, in re. house moving, amending File 394 

Section 67, ord. of March 28, 1898, in re. riveting structural iron and j Jud 1352 



Page 
Pile 307 



steel work, amending ( Passed 2503 

Section 198, ord. of March 28, 1898, in re. window cleaning, to include j Jud 1303 

Class III, amending ."(Pile 1468 

Section 214 ord. of March 28, 1898, in re. fire limits in 33d and 34th wards, amend- 
ing Passed 587 j i 

Seetion219,ord. of March 28,1898, in re. disposition ®f fees and fines, amending " ;i85 

Uud 966 

Covering machinery to protect life and limb, providing for. .'. < -p,.^^ ^^gg | ^ 

Crematory or furnace in all buildings, communication with amendment to building I I 

ord., relating to J^^- ^464 , 

Lake St., No. 544^6. to tear down Passed 965 

Jud 1802 

Plans, providing for all to be approved by Health Department , < ^.^^ .^^^g 

j Jud. ...:... 1372 
Signs indicating stairways in buildings, providing for j j^.^^ g.gg 

i Fin 951 

Bullet-proof garments for police, for purchase of -j -pj^g ^ggQ 

Burglars and robbers, authorizing rewards for killing Fin. pl85 

Burkhartsraeier Bros., ratifying agreement with city as to compensation Passed 2019 

i Passed 1179 

Butchers, repealing Sec. 1230 Revised Code 1897 (license; < ^^^^ ^ j^^^^ ^^^q 

Butchers, amending Sec. 1230 Revised Code 1897 License 2520 

Butchers, Sunday closing of shops, providing for Markets 1735 

Cab stands, amending Sec. 10 of ord. regulating Reported 400' 

( Reported 986 

Cab stands, amending Sec. 498 Revised Code 1897 (making all public).. ^ -p^:^^^^ ^^ Pass.. 1477 

Calumet av., from olsfc to o5th sts., annuling assessment of ord. Jan. 18, 1892, and mak- 

ingnew Passed 1655 

Chapin & Gore, to construct, etc., electrical conductors .G,, O. & E. L. 2547 

Charles pi., changing name to Loraax pi • Passed 113o 

Jud 2553 



Chicago Air Line Express Co., for laying pneumatic tubes, etc 1 Reported 2883 



Chicago Autumnal Festival Co., for temporary occupation of Ohio | ^•'^ ^-^•^- [J 

'{ Passed lOoO 

St. for Stadium Building I Vet. & Lost 1057 

Chicago Autumnal Festival Co., granting permits for street illumination Passed 1136 

Chicago Edison and Commonwealth Electric Companies, for judgment in J Fin 2059 

favor of for lighting in 1899 /■] Passed 2234 

Chicago Light, Heat and Power Co., granting rights File 200, 



INDEX. CCXV 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL— Continued. 

j Fin. 



Pa^e 
652 

Chicago Penny Savings Society, requiring deposits with City Treasurer. . . -^ -p,.^^ ^^■r 

•Chicago Subway, Arcade and Traction Company, granting rights for sub- J Pub. & Jud. 800 
terranean wavs 



File 983 

File 200 



Chicago Telephone C©., for electrical conductors 

Chicago Telephone Co., for enclosures around public 'phones File 67o 

rjud rs 

Cicero and its annexation, providing for exigencies arising from < Reported — 15* 

IRef. toFin.. 206 

Cigar stubs, etc., prohibiting children from gathering J^^- 13«0 

Cigarettes — 

Amending Sections 876 and 877 Revised Code 1897, in re. (Def. and Pub., page 1075, 

1898-9. ! ' J"^^- SOI 

Amending Sections 876 and 877 Revised Code 1897 (Def. and Pub., page 1075. 



1898-9) 



, File 9S( 



Authorizing and regulating sale of Passed 937 

(Jud 818 

Concerning 1 Reported.. . . 979 

Fixing license at 1500 Fi^e 982 

City Auditor, creating office ©f Fin. 2058 

(See communication in re., page 2513). 
City Council — 

Meeting April 24. 1899, appointing regular Passed 6 

Meeting June 12, 1899, appointing regular. . . '■'" ^30 

Meeting July 10, 1899, appointing regular " 800 

Meeting July 6, 1899. appointing regular (amending foregoins^) , . . . '" 858 

Meeting Oct©ber 5, 1899, appointing regular " I'-^l 

Meeting October 16, 1899, appointing regular " 1394 

Meeting January 3, 1900, appointing regular " 1864 

Meeting February 19, 1900, appointing regular /' 2436 

Meeting April 4, 1900, appointing regular "" 3 '33 

/ Fin 657 

Summer vacation -| Passed (as amended) 860 

( Vet., Amended & Passed. 878 

Passed 2474 



!? 



City employes, fixing pay of laborers at f 2 per diem ) v + 'ir J t '>"(r 

City employes, fixing pay of laborers at 12 per diem Fin 2519 

City Hall, closing at noon on Saturdays (all year) Fin 1374 

i Passed 1870 

City Hall, closing Saturday afternoon, December 23, 1899 •< ,^ ' ' ' ' ' ", ' L, , .^oi 

I Vetoed, Amended and Passed 1981 

City Hall, to sell site File 394 

Ci^y real estate, authoring sale of that " no longer necessary," etc Fin 1769 

Cily real estate at 77-79 Madison st. , to sell File 394 

Closing city departments on Saturdays during summer (1899) Passed 36 

Closing city departments on Saturdays during summer (1900) Fin 2793 

Club houses, etc., where liquor is sold, declaring as comingr under Dram Shop Act. . .File 987 

Commercial Heat and Power Company, amendatory File 200 

Commonwealth Electric and Chicago, Edison Companies, to allow judg" j Fin 2059 

meut in faror of for 139.^ lighting j Passed 2234 

Compensation for occupancy of streets, sidewalks, alleys, etc. fixing Fin 2063 

Connecting boulevards bet. North and South sides, granting consent to Lincoln 

Park and South Park Commissioners, to control (with petition), J. S. A.,S.&N.D.. 1900 



CCXVI INDEX. 

O KDINANCES— GENERAL-Continued. 

Page 

Connery, John T., ratifying agreement with city as to compensation Passed 2019 

Cook County Institutions, providing for free water ' 173 

(Repealed, pages 2322 and 2323.) 

^ _ ^ . . , (G.O.&B. L. 553 

Cool< County Light and Heat Co., granting rights < 

(See frontage consents, pages 670, 823, 931. ) 

Cosmopolitan Electric ( o., amending Sec. 2, ord. of March i "o "A' "^' "„' '^""t" o-.-. 

< Recon. & G., O. & E. L. 873 

4' "^895 iFile.... 1753 

Council Chamber, restricting use of City Hall 1587 

( Passed 173 

County Institutions at Dunning, exempting from water rate charges -J " ' ' ' / ' " 

I xiepeaiect liotiz^ ^.Orio 

iJud 1237 

Day labor, providing for certain classes of, to be performed by. . -{ ^^ . , -, ^^. ^n, , ..^^^ 

' ' -^ * I Ma], and Mm. Reports 1695 

(See page 1760.) 

' Passed 2474 



Day laborers, fixing pay at 12 per diem , ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^_ 

•^ ' * I Vet. & Lost 250( 

Day laborers, fixing pay at S2 per diem Fin. 2519 

Deed, date of July 7, 1873, to strip of land at northwest corner of Franklin and Monroe 

(Farwell), ratifying Passed 972 

Deed for land to Village of Grossdale for street, authorizing Comptroller] S.& A. W.D 559 

and Mayer to execute * Passed 1348 

Fin 276 



Department of Intramural Transportation (railway expert), creating 

fJud 129 

Department of Supplies, amending ord. of April 6, 1898 w^ , o V"j* -.^-.o 



File 2561 

Department of Street Railway Transportation, providing for a Fin. 720 

(G.O. &E.L. 429 

Dexter, A. F.. granting right to lay and maintrln electrical conductors ■{ ^ ^ ^_- 

^ '- I Passed 2196 

(Frontage consents filed, page 2078.) 
Diphtheria and scarlet fever, appropriating 14,750 for extra inspectors and disin- 

fectors. Passed 1488 

Dock lines along river, from Belmont to Lawrence avs., establishing " 866 

Dock lines at 18th St., old Levee st., R. M. R.'s Second Add., and pumping sta- 
tion at Fullerton av., establishing " 574 

(Jud 1802 

Drains in buildings, plans to be -submitted to Health Dept. for approval. . . ■< ^., ^^„,, 

I File 20i3 

Dunning Institutions, see Cook County Institutions. 

Electricity- 
Bids for lighting, calling for at expiration of present gas contract File 200 

Conductors, interior electrical wirenien and operators of electrical oiachinery, li- 
censing of Jud. 1331 

Electric and gas light ordinances of present and future, to provide for j G.,0.&E.L. 1463 

lighting churches, etc., free j File 2529 

Plant at 63d st. and Wentworth av., for erection Passed 46 

Elevators — 

Passenger and freight, regulating running, licensing cond uctors and j Passed 1300 

prescribing age limit ( Vet. & S. O. 1308 

Substitute offered and whole matter sent to Jud. 1474 j 

Reported (two ordinances) ". 1908, 1909 \ 

File (two ordinances) 2287 



INDEX. CCXVII 

OHDINANCES -GENERAL— Continued. 

Elevators— Paj^e 

, , ( Jud 114:i 

Passenger and freight, concerning construction and safety -^ ^ ^ ,^.^^ 

f Passed Io04 

Enterprise Power, Light & Heat Co., granting rierhts File 200 

Farwell, J. B. & C. B., ratifying deed given them July 7, 1873, for strip ©f land Passed 972 

2125 

Fenders on automobiles, providing for equipment, 



J Jud. 
I File. 



... 2304 
Fifty-second st., from State to Armour, for five-year plan of improvement Passed 870 

Fire— 

( License 378 

Crackers, rockets, etc., amending Sec. 672, Revised Code 1897 ■{ ^ , ^,^^ 

I Reported . . . 675 

Department to take possession of Union Loop in case of fire along route of File 982 

(Jud 967 

Escapes, buildings over three stories high to be provided with ■< 

I p lie 1468 

Jud 1459 

Limits in Thirty-third ward, establishing < 

I Passed \{o t 

Limits in Twenty-eighth ward, amending Sec. 669, Revised Code 1897, relating to, 

(with petition) . . .Passed 190 

Limits in Twenty-eighth ward, (48th and 52nd avs., Madison and Kinzie sts,)Reported 2560 

Marshal, amending Sec. 603, Revised Code of 1897, as t© duties Fin. 2552 

Protection for places of amusement, concerning Jud. 1463 

Works, regulating the use of (amending Sec. 672, Revised Code 1897) Reported 675 

Flags, for annual display on June 14th Passed 489 

I Fin 556 

I Reported 670 

Flower ana fruit stands, providing for licensing -; p ^ t "P' 768 

LFile 827 

Food falsely labeled, making It unlawful to sell File 394 

Foreign fire insurance companies and brokers, restoring two per cent, clause and repeal- 
ing ord. of Oct. 5, 1896 Passed 817 

Forty-seventh Street M. E. Church, permit to move building on city property tem- 
porarily Passed 665 

Garbage — 

Cremation of, comraunication and amendment to Building Ord. relating to Jud. 2464 

^ , . , . , . (License 534 

Gathering by private scavengers, regulatina- { ^ ^ ,^ 

Passed 982 

/Jud.... 191 

Inspection without compensation, providing for < Pteported.. 724 

' Called up; no action.. 871 

Pay rolls of Garbage and Street Cleaning Dept., for report by wards of men on, etc. 

Passed 150 

Gas— 

(G.,0.&E.L. 280 

Agreement with People's Gas Light & Coke Co. concerning < ^ 

I Reported . . . 398 

Citizens' Co-operative Gas Co. , granting rights File 200 

Contract bet city and People's Gas Light & Coke Co. at $5 per lamp, for Fin. 1967 

Gas and electric franchises, present and future, to provide for lighting j G.,0.&E.L. 1463 

churches, etc., free ) File 2529 

Governors in all public buildings, to provide for File 200 

Head, Franklin H., et al., granting rights for plant File 200 

Itemized bills, all companies to present Passed 1143 

Meters, providing for examination and inspection File 200 

Price in City of Chicago, fixing. (See opinion, page 778) Fin S20 

Rate takers, providing for uniforming Passed 205 



CCXVIII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL -Continued. 

Page 

Grace St., from Soutbport av. to Herndon St., establishing sidewalk space Passed 15S4 

Grand Army of the Republic Encampment, appropriating for special police, etc., during 

.<...Pin. 2180 

i Passed.. 1147 

Green st., from Halsted to Noble sts., to remove wires, etc ) v t Ar' T 't T^S"! 

Greenebaum, B. I., permitting an electric wire File 200 

(Referred.... 599 

Grossdale, Village of, authorizing deed to 66- foot strip for s::reet ■{ ^ , _ .„ 

' Passed 1345 

Guns, air or spring, prohibiting discharge of Passed 1516 

Gunther, C. P., permit to maintain space under alley '' 389 

iG. O. &E.L 650 

Gunther, C. P., permit to maintain electrical conductors < ^ ^ ..,..-, 

' ■ I Passed 2012 

Gunther, C. P., ratifying agreement with city as to compensation Passed 2019 

.,,„ i^-Ti. i ( Reported 395 

Haberer, George J. et al , granting rights for electric light, etc., \ ^ ' n /-^ ;e -c^ t qi- 

-^ Ke-Uom. br. U. oC Hi. Li. ono 

plant I pi^g X753 

(See opinion as to validity, page 597.) 

Hack stands, regulating License 147 

/ License 661 || 

Hack stands, amending Sec. 498, Revised Code 1897, making all public-'^ Reported 986 j 

' Failed to Pass.. 1477 ! 

^ S. &."A. S. D 1059 

Hack stands, amending Sec. 498, R. C. 1897, making all public - Referred to License 1340 

( File l*-97 

Head, Franklin H., et al.. granting rights for gas plant File 200 

Heafield,S. J., granting telephone rights " 200 

Hillman, Edward, ratifying agreement with city as to compensation Passed 2019 

Homan av., accepting deed to strip of land (83 feet) '' 132 

f License 130 

Ice, amending Sec. 1, ord. of May 25th, 1896, (Sec. 966,Revised Code 1897) -j -^^^^^^^ ' ' " g^., 

L Passed 399 

Illinois Telephone and Telegraph Co., opinion on progress of work, with plans (Commis- 

sioH^r of Public Works) Pub. and File 2415 

( Jud 197 

imprisonment and parole of boys under 18, ord. taken from file and ■ • • 1 t{ o t d 6'*'4 

Independent Telephone Co., granting rights , File 200 

, , .,^ ■ / Jud 191 

Inspection of street cleaning and garbage removal (without J ^^4 

compensation) 1 Called Up-No Action. 871 [ 

Insurance companies (fire) and brokers, repealing ord. of October 5, 1896 (Section 700, 

Revised Code 1897) Passed 817 

Intercepting sewer, Section C, to refer dispute bet. city and Star Construction and 

Dredging Co. t© three Judges Circuit Court Passed 1541, 1543 

, ( Jud 1544, 1547 

Intercepting sewer. Sections G and H, authorizing construction by ) j^^^^^ .^^^^ p^^^ ^^.■^^' 

•direct l^bor • 1 Passed." '.'.'. 2076 

Irving- Park Electric Light and Imp. Co.. granting rights File 200 

Jackson, C. W.. granting rights to maintain electrical con- ( Passed 863 

ductors "^ Vet., Amended & Passed. 879 

/ G. O. &E. L 2476 

Jackson, C. W., amending foregoing ordinance < Passed 2642 

( Vet., Amended & Passed. 2734 



INDEX. CCXIX 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL— Continued. 

Page 
Jackson st., from Hamlin to 48th avs., turning over control to West Park Commissioners 

(with pet.) , Passed 280 

Jellerson Electric Co.. see C. W. Jackson. 

(Fin 148 

Jepson, A. L.. and M. H. Fairchild, use of tunnels for advertising purposes. -J 

Judgments vs. City, for issue of $2,500,000 bonds to discharge Passed 2553 

Kern, Albert F.. permit for overhead passageways S. & A., S. D. 1594 

i Passed 1478 

Larrabee st., north or Webster av., changing name to Hamilton ct -^ ^ & Lo t 1485 

Lavatories (public), for erection and maintenance Fin. 1293 

Lavatories under elevated stairways. Permit to Jno. H. Sullivan to erect Police 1586 

\ Jud 1137 

■Law EufoYcement," for appointment of comm.ittee on { ^,„ „.,. 

t r lie -looo 

Lawrence av., permit to street railway company to remove tracks | Passed 1062 

temporarily | Amended & Passed 1257 

Lever brake on street ears, compelling companies to equip File 302 

[ Reported 308 

I Recora. to G. O. & E. L. 423 

Lighting Permanent Obstructions, providing for -^ Reported 502 

I Recouiitted 1046 

Reported 1468 

Lights on piers (intakes), entering into bond with Government to main- j Jud 1491 

tain , etc j Passed 1758 

Local Option Districts — 

Buena Park, amending ord. of June 18, 1894 ' , -File 1984 

Prairie, Calumet avs.„ 29th st. and alley, etc., creating (with petition) .License 971 

/Reported.... 1983 

Prairie, Calumet. Michigan and Indiana avs. , creating -| Passed 2289 

i Vet. & Lost. 2293 

Prairie, Calumet. Michigan and Indiana avs., creating. License 2S01 

( Jud . . . .... 1252 

XT -■ c^ .. .,.--,-, • w-x ^ -.on- ^ •!• ^ [Reported... 1696 

Lumber, amenamg Section 465 Revised Code 1897, as to piling, etc -' .^^ , .,^„ 

^ : 1 o Recomitted . 1822 

[FWe 1909 

\ Jud 18-i6 

Lumber, prohibiting piling in building within 100 ft. of residence < ^., -.^^^ 

I File 20(3 

Jud 966 

Machinery, providing for covering as a protection against injury - 

Malt liquor dealers (wholesale), concerning File 987 

Maltby, Harry C. ratifying agreement with city as to compensation Passed 2019 

i Markets 76 

Market on Willow St., changing to Dayton, Weed and Blackhawk sts -^ , ^ _,^ 

° * Passea 582 

Markets, amending Sec. 1223, Revised Code, as to wagons on Randolph j S.&A.,W.D. 1592 

St. market ) Passed 1759 

i Passed 1179 

Meats, amending Sec. 1230, Revised Code, as to butchers' license ^ xt- . ox . -> .-,,. 

' ' ' ( Vet. & Lost. 1236 

Meats, amending Sec. 1230, Revised Code, as to butchers' license .License 2520 

Medical Inspectoi-s and Disinfectors. appropriating for ten each Passed 1488 

Medicines (patent), prohibiting free distribution of '■ 1683, 

Miller. Dr. Charles, permit for telephone wire " 1249 

Monroe St., from Western to Rockwell, changing improvement ord. (May 8. 1899) 

to five-year plan '' 1085 



CCXX INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL— Continued. ^ 

Pao:e 

Montgomery Ward & Co.. iDermit to construct coal hole S. & A., S. D. 1370 

Murphy Power Co., permit for conduits acr.oss Pacific av File 200 

National Biscuit Co., permit for subway across West 13th St K ' ' 

I Pile 2568 

^T K r^ r^ P ^ -. ^ • • . • . . ' i S. & A., W. D . . . . 804 

Newberry, Geo. U. & Co., permit for improving: certain streets < 

] Reported 988 

Newberry, Geo. G. & Co., permit for underground work in certain streets Passed 952 

Newgart av., changing name to Newgard av " 935 

Northwestern Land Tunnel, Section 3, providing for completion of Fin 817 

Northwestern Land Tunnel, Section 3, providing for completion of Passed 936 

Norwood Construction Co., for rights. . . " File 304 

Obstructi®ns, execavations, etc., requiring permits for S. & A., S. D. 388 

Ogden pi., naming alley in Block 8, Bushnell's Add File 849 

Old gold, concerning sale of " 1984 

^ .^ .^ ^ • • v,u .• • X ( Jud 1327 

Omnibuses, carettes, etc., requiring rubber tire equipment - 

( Reported... 2192 

Opening of Peoria st. (Docket 147961), to rescind stay order and proceed Passed 380 

Parental school, for issuance of $125,000 bonds to erect Schools 2058 

Parks and Boulevards- 
Burton pi., from Dearborn av. to Lake Shore Drive, turning over control to Lincoln 

Park Commissioners S. & A., N. D. 1926 

Connecting boulevards bet. North and South Sides, turning over control to Lincoln 

Park and South Park Commissioners (with pet.) Joint S. & A., N. & S. D. 1900 

Dearborn av., from Burton pi. to Ohio st. (with pet. for and remonstrance), turning 

over control to Lincoln Park Commissioners , File 2076 

Holstein Park, turning over cantrol t© West Park Commissioners Passed 135 

Jackson St., fr©m Hamlin to 48th avs. (with pet.), turning over control to 

West Park Commissioners " 286 

Pine St., from Ohio to Indiana sts., turning over control to Lincoln Park 

Commissioners '' 2017 

State St., from Burton pi. to North av. (with pet.), turning over j S. & A., N. D.. j.45 

control to Lincoln Park Commissioners / Passed 1700 

System pf boulevards on South Side, turning over control to Seuth Park Commis- 
sioners. , S. &A., S. D. 1898 

System of boulevards ©n South Side, amendment to include 87th st. 

and Western av '• 2058 

System of boulevards on South Side, amendment (with pet. ) to in- 
clude Prairie av " 2063 

Wrightwood av., bet. Clark st. and Lincoln Park, turning over control to Lincoln 

Park Commissioners. S. & A., N. D. 1519 

Patent medicines, nostrums, etc., prohiteiting free distribution of . . „, Passed 1683 

Patrol boxes (police), for colored lights to designate Reported 304 

Pavements, concerning binder courses of asphalt Jud. 2548 

Pavements, concerning concrete foundations Jud. 2548 

Peddlers, requiring all to be citizens ©f the United States File 987 

Peoria St., opening (Docket 147961), to remove stay and proceed Passed 380 

Persons under 15, prohibiting on streets after 9 P. M. ('-curfew" ord.) File 293 

iJud 816 

Pipes and wires, to compel laying of before paving - ^ ^ ^„,^^ 

I Passed 1<05 

Pleasure driveway, setting aside Rosalie ct. as (with pet. i File 409 

Police — 

{ Reported . . . 1.57 
Badges for ununiforined for identification purposes, providing tor. . .. < 

Badges for ununi formed, for use on street cars Passed 384 



INDEX. CCXXI 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL— Con tinued . 

Police— Ra.sre 

(Fin 951 

Bullet-proof garments, for purchase of for use of officers -< 

^ ., I File 1380 

Courts No. 1 and 3, Fifteenth District, for establishment Fin. 1743 

« (Fin 966 

Furloughs in each year, providing for -( 

Headquarters building, appropriating $100,000 for Fin. 1514 

Patrol boxes, for colored lights to designate Reported 304 

Poundkeeper, District No. 8, for appointment of Fin. 822 

Pounds within one blocli of private residence, declaring a nuisance Jud. 492 

( File 200 

Printing Telegraph News Co., granting rights j ^^_^^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^^ 

\ License 534 

Private scavengers, regulating < 

I X S,SS6U. uut^ 



Prt>hibition Districts — 

r License 380 

Clark St. ( 150 feet southwest) from CuUona I Reported . _ 985 

av. to Irving Park blvd., creating \ Re-Committed t® License 1180 

l^ Reference Re-Considered and Passed. . . 1265 

,„ud 554 

Cottage Grove av., 51st and 50th sts. and Grand blvd., creating. 



If 



File 1697 

Fifty-first St. (150 feet south), 200 feet east @f State, thence to South Park av., 

creating License 2796 

Pullman Land Association, accepting dedication of 'Streets in Sec. 3, 37, 14, j S.&A. S.D. 1377 

etc j Passed 1538 

Pullman Palace Car Co., ratifying agreement with city as to compensation Passed 2019 

Railroads — 

f Track El.... 136 
American Brewing Co. (C. M. & St. P. Ry.) for switch in Blooming- j, „ -. g^p 

dale rd i '" ^ 

^Re-Com 772 

Substitute ord Passed 1603 

Archer av. crossing, compelling all trains to stop File 302 

(Passed 2183 

Archer av. and other street crossings, compelling all trains to stop < ^^ o -r ^ r.o^^ 

I Vet. & Lost 2246 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co., amending elevation ord. of March 

6, 1899 Passed 195 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co., C, M. & N., C. & A., U. S. Y. & T., 

C. T. T. and P., C. C. & St. L. Railroads, for elevation of tracks .Passed 505 

Amended as to commencement and acceptance Passed 814 

Belt Railway Co. of Chicago, requiring change of plane and elevation Track El. 1160 

Bullen, George & Co., for switch in Illinois st File 849 

Calumet Electric Street Railway Co., extending tracks in Cottage Grove avenue, 

from 72d to 71st sts Passed 1042 

Calumet Electt-ic Street Railway Co., extending tracks in Ewing av. and 95th st. 

r. . . . S. & A., S. D. 2055 

(See frontage revocations, pages 2030 and 2248.) 

fFile 568 

Calumet Western Railway Co., granting rights north of 106th st ■{ Re-Com .... 669 

'l^ Passed 1030 

Canal st. viaduct (16th st., I railroad companies to repair Passed 36 

Chicago & Alton (22d st. to California av.) A., T. & S. F., f 

C. M. & N., U. S. Y. & T., C. T. T., and P. C. C. & St. L. I Z ' Z,'\ 

-D -P, ^ , ^ , ^ ^ , . „ .^ .^, -, „- Passed 2198 

K. F\.. Co's., to elevate tracks m conformitv with ord. of . -, -, o -r. -, ^t . 

T\T oo -loon -Afl ' Amended & Passed -^244 

May 22, 1899, page o06. [^ 

(See also ord., pages 505 and 814.) 



Track El . . . 277 
Passed 868 



CCXXII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL— Contiuued. 
Railroads— Page 

Chicago, Burlington &Quiiicy, C. &N. W., C. T. T.,P. C.C. &St.L. 
U. S. Y. & T. and A. T. «fe S. F. Ry. Companies, amending ord 
of Jan. 24th, 1898, as to subway in Trumbull av., under C. B. &Q 

Chicago City Railway Company— f S. & A., S. D 662 

^ , , . , , Amended and Re-Com 1430 

For tracks m Archer av S „ , , „^^ 

Passed 1822 

[ Vet., Amended & Passed.. 1839 

In Rhodes av.. bet. 35th and 39th sts., for temporary removal of tracks. . .Passed 1256 

In State, Madison and "Wabash, for trolley wires Pile 409 

In State, Wabasn and V^an Buren, for temporary trolley wires Passed 710 

Chicago Consolidated Traction Co., successor to N. C. E. Ry. j Passed 1062 

Co.. for temporary removal ®f tracks in Lawrence av ' Amended & Passed 1257 

f Jud 25.^ 

Chicago Consolidated Traction Co. in Milwaukee, j Reported 2585 

Elston and Lincoln avs., for elimination of-{ Amendments Pub ■ 2794 

compensation clause and for 5-cent fare I Called Up and Lost 2893 

t Re-Introduced & S. & A., W. D. 2894 
Chicago Electric Transit Co., for tracks in Edmunds, Avondale, 54th, 56th and 

Kedzie avs File 302, 416 

Chicago Equipment Co., granting rights. File 302 

Chicago General Railway Company- 

For removal of tracks in Homan and Lawndale avs .Passed 803 

Confirming lease from West and South Towns Street Railway Co., \ Jud 1744 

in 22d st. and for paving said street ^ Passed 2568 

Confirraing lease fr©m West and South Towns Street Railway Co., j Jud 1746 

in 25th St., etc ' File 2561 

Confirming lease from West Chicago Street Railroad Co. in Har- j Jud 1747 

rison and 26th sts.. etc * File 2561 

Confirming lease from West Chicago Street Railroad Co. in Ash- ( Jud 1745 

land av. , etc i Pile 2561 

Chicago and Grand Trunk Railway Co., C. & W. I., P., Ft. W. & C, P., C, C. & 

St. L. and U. S. Y. & T. R. R. Co.'s, for elevation of tracks .Passed 1393 

Chicago and Jefferson Urban Transit Co., for tracks in Grand av., bet. Armitage 

and Fullerton avs : File 416 

Chicago Juncti©n Rail wav Co.. for switch across 26th St., etc i ' . "" ' ' ^^^ 

( File 573 



For switch in Bloomingdaie rd. (American Brew- , -^ .^^^^ ^^,.-, 



Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Raihvay Company — f Track El 136 

I Reported 503 

-J Recommitted _ 

^'^^^^-^ • (Reported " 1392 

iPassed (substitute) 1603 

fPassed 580 

For switch in Bloomingdaie rd. (Northwestern ! Vet., Amended & Passed. 595 

Yeast Co) j Araended(Paulina st.)and 

[ Reported 855 

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company (Evanston Division) — 

Authorizing electric power on File 302 

^S.&A.,N.D. 713 
Authorizing electric power on (with pet.) < Reported. . . 837 

' Recoui 1177 



INDEX. CCXXIII 

Railroads — 

Chicago and Nl)rthwestern Railway Company— Pag:e 

Subways at Ashland and Fuilerton avs., amending: ord. of / m , -gi ici<) 1149 

Dec. 2d and 2gth, 1897, and repealing; ord. as to side--| p „g(j ' -^o^i 

walk in subway at Fullert©n av ' 

Subways at Division, Clybourn pi., Fuilerton and Elston avs., amending ord. of 

Dec. 2d and 29th, 1897 Passed 578 

Subway at Sang-araon St., amending ord. of Dec. 2d, 1897 '' 658 

^S. & A., W. D.... 1967 

For switch in Elston av -| Passed 2224 

.1 Amended & Passed 224(5 

( S. & A., W. D.... 2265 
For switch in Grand av., 138.5 feet westerly of, etc -j -„ Qj-fg,^] 2557 

/ S. & A.,N. D 1970 

For switch in North Water st. and LaSalle av ^ Passed 2504 

' Vet., Amended & Passed. 2511 

Chicago, Pittsburgh and St. Louis Railroad Co. and viaduct at Western av., com- 
pany to repair Passed 1296 

Chicago Railway Equipment Co., granting rights File 836 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Co. See L. S. & M. S. Ry. 

Chicago Transfer R. R. Co., for right to lay / Reported (from Track El) 294 

tracks and to elevate from city limits to ■< Referred to S. & A., W. D 575 

Irving Park blvd \ Another ord. to S. & A., W. D 1151 

Chicago Terminal Transfer R. R. Co., to maintain and operate tracks and for eleva- 
tion, from C. & N. W. Ry. Co. to Hutchinson st .Track El. 2552 

Chicago Terminal Transfer R. R. Co., for elevation of tracl^s from 12th J Track El. . . 953 

St. to 44th av ( Passed 2491 

(See other elevation ord., pages 505, 814, 2198 and 2244,) 

Chicago Terminal Transfer R. R. Co., viaducts at Polk, Taylor, 12th, Halsted and' 

Canal sts. and Blue Island av., compelling company to repair S. & A., W. D. 2851 

Chicago Union Traction Co., for rights in Indiana, Ontario, Boule- i ■ "' ' '-,,.--, 

" ' ■ I Passed lOol 



vard, Ohio sts., and Chicago av., for one year t Vetoed & Lost. 1058 

TT • r,^ .• r. P . , • ^T .1 , (Pub. &S. & A., W.D. 2555 

Chicago Union Iractiou Co., tor tracks m North av., trom \ ^ ^ , ^-,„,.„ 

An.u ^ ia^u -^Reported 2800 

40th to 46th avs x, oqo < 

^ Re-com 2894 

(See certificate of Publication and verified frontage, S. & A., W. D., 2598.) 
Chicago & Western Indiana Ry. Co., in 42d pi. (Duncan Park), revoking permit 

for additional track Passed 1303 

Chicago & Western Indiana Ry. Co. (18th to 72d sts.). P., F. W. & C, P. C. C. & 

St. L., C. & G. T. and U. S. Y. & T. R. R. Cos., for elevation of tracks. .Passed 1393 

..^ 1 X T. T . X . . , , ^ ( S. & A., W. D. 1462 

Church, Jesse P. (Jessie), for switch track, Coventry st ■< 

^ I File 2076 

r.1 . .-,u 1 w . .. , , , . I S. & A., W. D... 380, 555 

Clayton, Charles W., for switch track, Armitage av •< 

I File 573, 1177 

Coffeen, M. D., repealing ord. for switch, passed Feb. 3, 1896 Passed 588 

Eckhart, John W., for switch track, Carroll av " 1033 

Eighteenth st., bet. State and Halsted sts., regulating car service upon " 1515 

„, , . ,, ^ ,, ( Jud 383 

Electric call bells on street cars, companies to provide < 

I File 1468 

Fairbank, The N. K. Co.. for switch across 20th st. and Sheridan pi. . \ ' ''"" ' "^^"^ 

( Passed 2312 

Flagmen at down-town crossings, companies to provide Jud 598 

/ S.&A.,W.D. 1869 

Gates Iron Wks,for switch track (Elston, Redfield,Wabansia, alley, etc. -| Passed 3570 

' Vet. & Lost. 2576 



CCXXIV 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— GENERAl^— Continued. 



Railroads — 

General Electric Railway Co.'s ord., order to test 



validity of -j 



( Jud 



Passed, 



Pao:e 

1486 
. 1758 



276 
1380 



Grooved rail for street car tracks, companies to use. : .Railroads 1685 

(Fin 

Intramural Transportation, for establishment of Department of j 

'Lake Shore & Michigan Southern and Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Cos 
Subway at Normal Park av., amending- ord. ©f July 9, 1894, and t Track El . 

October 10, 1898 .....( Passed 

Subways in 70th and 71st sts., amending ords. of July 9, 1894, and ( Track El. . 

January 17, 1898 < Passed 

Subways in 67th St. and in South Park av., amending j 



ord. of September 26, 1898. 



379 

869 

1148 

1340 

Track El 189 

Passed 577 



Amended and Passed.. 716 

Subways in Stewart av. and in 72d st., amending ord. ®f Jan. 17. 1898 Passed 287 

For extension of elevation frem 12th st. north, and from S®uth Park av. 

to 75th st Reported 2625 

(Protest against closing Taylor st., file, page 2736.) 

Lever brakes on street cars, requiring equipment of File 302 

McCorraick Harvesting Machine Co., for switch track across Western av 

S. & A., W. D. 1683. 2472 

I S.& A.,S.D. 1173 
McReynolds Elevator Co., for switch track at 106th st -< p^g^^^ gOlti 

North Chicago City Ry. Co., in Larrabee st., for increase of car service Passed 1968 

North Chicago Street Ry. Co., in North State st., to increase car service via. Divis- 
ion st., etc I'assed 1252 

Northern Electric Railway, extending time for completion. (Amending J S.&A.W.D. 492 

Sec. 6, ord. Feb. 27, 1899) (Passed 1044 

North Side Electric Street R. R. Co., for tracks in Dearborn av., St. Clair st., etc., 

(with petition) File 2193 

Railroads.. 1738 
Pub. &S. O. 2056 
Passed 2149, 2155 

Ord. amending ord. of Jan. 8. 1900 Passed 2163 

(See communication and reports, page 2030, and opinion of special counsel [HarlanJ, 

page 2129). 

Northwestern Yeast Co., (C, M. & St. P. Ry. Co.), J Passed 580 

for switch in Bloomingdale road | Vetoed, Amended & Passed.. 

Ord. amending (Paulina st.) Reported 

Jud 



Northwestern Elevated R. R. Co., extending time for completion, etc. 



No seat, no fare ord. (AUinj 



Overcrowding of street cars, etc. 



File 



595 

855 

196 

2529 

2183 

2246 

149 



Pennsylvania Ry. Co., compelling trains to stop at 22d st.. Archer J Passed 

av., 26th. 31st, 39th, Root and 47th sts j Vet. & Lost 

People's Gas Light & Coke Co., for switch (Hawthorne av.) . S. & A., N. D, 

Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. Co., P., Ft. W. & C, C. & W. L, 

C. & G. T. and U. S. Y. & T. Railroad Cos., for elevation of tracks Passed 1393 

(See other elevation ords., pages 505, 814, 868, 2198 and 2244.) 
Pittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago Ry. Co., subways in 67th st. j Passed 576 

and in South Park av., amending ord. Jan. 18, 1897 | Amended & Passed 591 

Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway Co. (18th to 55th sts.), C. & W. I., 

P., C, C. & St. L., C. & G. T. and U. S. Y. & T. R. R. Cos., for elevation of 

tracks Passed 1393 

Pullman Palace Car Co., for tracks 200 feet north and 200 feet east of j Railroads.. 290 

southeast corner Sec. 15, 37, 14, etc ' Passed 1041 



INDEX. CCXXV 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL-Continued. 
Railroads — Ra^^-e 

Railroads, trains approaching 22d st., Archer av., etc. (Pennsylvania ( Passed 2183 

system) , to come to full stQp j Vet. & Lost 2246 

Railway Expert, creating- office of (Dept. Intramural Transportation) ^ ^^ "''*'' 

( File lyyo 

Richardson, O. S. & Co., for switch (Hawthorne ay.) . 3 ^-^ A.,N.D. 717 

( Passed 1043 

Sand on grip and motor cars, companies to provide File 293 

South Side Elevated Railroad Co., to connect power house at 40th and Wabash with 

39th St. conduit , j^ j_ 279G 

Street Railways — 

Carryina- passengers, regulating i Jud 196 

( File 2529 

Electric call bells, requiring companies to place i ^^^ 

'" i File 1468 

.Expert on Street Railways, creating office of (Dept. Intramural ( Fin 276 

Transportation) , "( pj^e 1330 

Flagmen at down-town crossinofs, requiring companies to place Jud. 598 

Grooves) rails, requiring companies to lay Railroads 1685 

Lever brake, requiring companies to equip cars. File 302 

Sand for grip and motor cars, requiring companies to provide File 293 

Stopped at certain distance from bridges, requiring cars to be. Reported 198 

fJud 3j^6 

Tracks unused, requiring tearing up of <j ^^P^'^'^^*^ • • • 501 

I Opinion from Corp. Counsel.. 598 
[passed 1538 

Tram rails, repealing Sec. 1704, Revised Code 1897 (Sec. 1509, Code 18S1) .Passed 1553 

Suburban Electric Railway Co., authorizing company to tear up ( ®: ^ ^■^^- D- 492 

tracks of N. P. Rv. Co. in 40th av )^'^^^ ^^^ 

^ Re-Com 1172 

Suburban Railroad Co., in re. settlement File 1391 

Tracks unused by street railway companies, see street railways. 

Tram rails, repealing Sec. 1704, Revised Code 1897, (Sec. 1509, Code 1881) Passed 1553 

Twenty-second St., Archer av., 26th, Slst, 39th, Root and 47th sts.,j Passed 2183 

steam railroad trains to come to full stop 1 Vet. & Lost 2246 

Unien Elevated R. R. Co. at Clark and State sts., for extension of platforms File 409 

Union Stock Yards and Transit; C. & W. I. ; P., P. W. & C. ; P., C, C. & St. L. and 

C. & G. T. Railroad Cos., for elevation of tracks Passed 1393 

(See other ords. for elevation, pages 505, 814, 2198 and 2244.) 

Viall, O. A., for switch connecting with P., C, C. & St. L. Ry J Passed ]429 

■ ■ ■ ■ I Vet. & Lost 1435 
Wagons or vehicles with one set of wheels in track, etc., prohibiting ( Lost 1706 

being driven, (two ords.) 1 File 2561 

West Chicago .Street Ry. Co., confirming lease to Chicago General Ry. Co., (two 

ords.) File 2531 

West Division Street Ry. Co., in Lake st. from Wabash to 48th avs., j Jud 1297 

for time schedule j Passed 2641 

West and South Towns Street Ry. Co., confirming lease to Chicago General Ry. Co. 

File 2561 

West and South Towns Street Ry. Co., confirming lease to Chicago General Ry. Co. 

^" 22d st Passed 256S 

Western Elevated R. R. Co. , for rights Joint S. & A. , N. , W. & S. D. 137 

Wisconsin Inland Lakes and Chicago Ry. Co., granting rights File 302 



CCXXVI INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL— Continued. 

Page 
Reid, Murdoch and Co., for platform on sidewalk,, southeast corner Lake j S.&A.S. D. 652 

andMarket sts ^ (Passed 855 

Reid, Murdoch and Co., ratifying agreement with city as to compensation Passed 2019 

Revised Code 1897— ( J^^ ^^^^ 

Section 465, amending (lumber, piling, etc.) .. . . , ■^ Reported . . . 1696 

' e-Com 1822 

( Jwd 2475 

Section 482, amending (coaches, etc., to include automobiles). -j p^gg^^^ _ _ 2896 

/ License 661 

Section 498, amending (cab stands) \ Reported ... 986 

(Fail'd to Pass 1477 

/ S. & A.., S. D 1059 

Section 498, amending (public hack stands) '.. \ Referred to License 1340 

(File 1697 

Section 602, amending (Fire Marshal, duties) .' Fin 2552 

Section 669, amending (fire limits) , with petition Passed 190 

( License 378 

Section 672, amending (fire works) , • • • • ^ Reported ... 675 

Section 700, amending (foreign fire insurance companies) Passed 81 

Sections 876-877, amending (cigarettes) ^^^ 8^1 

Sections 876-877, amending (cigarettes) , another ord File 987 

Section 966, amending (ice) Passed 399 

Section 1050, amending (slaughtering [Section 1630 of Code 1881 1 ) File 727 

( S.&A.,W.D. 1592 
Section 1223, amending (markets, placing wagons at Randolph st.) . . . -j ^g^^sed 1759 

" ' I License TIS 

Section 1280, repealing (butchers' license) < Passed 1179 

( Vet. & Lost 1236- 

Section 1230. amending (butchers' license) License 2o20 

( Jud 1592 

Section 1659, amending (brick for paving) j p^^^^^ 2309 

Section 1699, amending (sewers and water pipe, laying of) Reported 725 

Section 1704, repealing (tram rails) Passed 1553 

Section 1821, amending (stone district for sidewalks) [See 1551 j Jud 1974 

< Jud 1141 

Section 1874. amending (wagons unhitched in streets) j Reported . . . 1384 

Section 2121, amending (whistles and bells) J^^ ^^'^ 

( S.«&A.,W.D. 2471 
Richardson, O. S., & Co., for tunnel across Elston av -^ ^nsied 2894 

Richardson, O. S., & Co., ratifying agreement with city as to compensation Passed 2019 

(Jud 379 

Riding or driving faster than a walk in down town district, prohibiting... -^ .^^ ^q2 [ 

River, changing aine bet. Belmont and Lawrence avs., ord. (and plan) to take pjace of 

ord. of March 8tb, 1895 H., V. & B. 213 

Rosalie ct., from 57th to 59th sts., setting aside for pleasure driveway, with petition . .File 409 

j Jud 1327 

Rubber tires on omnibuses, carettes. etc., requiring equipment of -. p^gp^^^^gji _ _ _ 2192 

Ryan and Crapikowski, ratifying agreement with city as to compensation Passed 2019 

Saloons on boulevards, prohibiting licenses for License 2736 

j License "i^^ 

Saloons, prohibiting within 300 feet of ehurch or school -. ^^^^^^^^^ (350 feet) . . . 985 



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INDEX. CCXXVII 

ORDINANCES -GENERAL— Continued. 

Pa,£?e 

Sangamon and Peoria sts., to pay certain owners account con- ) 

demnatioD of property. t ') ^-eported (Order) 1977 

■ ^ Passed (Order) 2229 

Saturday laalf holiday during summer, 1899 Passed y6 

Saturday half holiday during summer, 1900 Fin. 2793 

Scavengers, private, regulating . ^'^^^^^^ 534 

I Passed 982 

Section C, int(^rcepting sewer, to refer dispute between city and Star Construction and 

Dredging Co. to three Judges of Circuit Court Passed 1541 1543 

I Jud 1544 to 1547 

Sections G and H, intercepting sewer, to construct by day labor. } Re-Considered & Fin . . 1617 

'passed 2076 

Security Deposit Co., for electrical conductors G. O. & E. L. 488 

Seipp Baking Co. (Chas.), for underground steamjPassed 1458 

pipe-and wires j Vetoed, Amended and Passed. . , 1485 

Seventieth av. | North ) , changing name to Say re av J ^^^^^^ ^^ol 

{ Vet. & Lost 1272 

i Sewers and water pipe, amending Section 1699, Revised Code 1897, as to laying by 

I private contract „ Reported (Jud.) 725 

Sidewalks of cinder and plank, regulating construction of Jud. 1811 

'' , S. & A., S. D 1250 

Sidewalks, stone district, extending on South Side ^ Passed 1537 

' Vet., Amended & Passed. 1551 
Sidewalks, stone district, amending Section 1821, Revised Code 1897 (to include 79th st., 

etc.) , Jud. 1974 

Sidewalks, wood, prohibiting in city limits \ ^ 

( Reported . . . 2882 

i Jud 131 

Signs and bill boards, regulating construction. . .• } Passed (as Amended) 2310 

^ Vet. and Lost 2318 

Signs and bill boards, regulating construction Jud. 2434 

Signs and bill boards and business of bill posting, regulating Reported 2065 

(See ord. passed, page 2310. ) 

Signs indicating stairways in buildings, for .* ^^'^ 

( File 258S 

Slaughtering, amending Section 1630, Code of 1881, (Section 1050, R. C. 1897) File 727 

Sparr & Weiss, permit t© lav wires in Ohio. N. Union sts., etc i ^'^' ^ ^''^' ''^^^ 

( Passed 1034 

Sparr & Weiss, permit to lay wires in Grand, Milwaukee and Austin avs. and Halsted and 

Union sts G. O. & E. L. 1867 

Sparr & Weiss, permit for electrical conductors in territory between Desplaines, Ohio, 

Peoria and Kinzie sts G. O. & E. L. 2060 

St. Luke's Hospital, permit to grade and sod space bet. 1. C. R. R., 14th S S.& A.,S.D. 653 

and 16th sts ] Reported. . . . 835 

St. Patrick's Day, to close all departments on City Hall 2547 

/S.&A.,N.D. 942 

Stadium, permitting Chicago Autumnal F. A. to occupy Ohio st., etc., for-| Passed 1050 

. • ' Vet. & Lost. 1057 
Star Construction and Dredging Co., to submit dispute in re. Section C, intercepting 

sewer, to three judges, etc Passed 1541. 1.543 



CCXXVIII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES-GENERAL— Continued. 

Page 

fG.O. &E.L. 198 

I Reported.... 303 

Stein, W m. D. (or Stern) , permit for five wires in Plymouth pi -| ^q_^q^^ _ _ _ 434 

t Reported.... 568 

JG.,0. &E. L.. 777 

Story Electric Co., permit for electrical conductors < p^ggg^ ........ 2014 

Street car tracks unused. See Railroads. ini 

/ juct. lyj- 

Street cleaning and garbage removal, for inspection without »^^^-^_^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^ 

C0mpensa,tion ( Called Up, no Action . 871 

Street and garbage work, for report of men on pay rolls, etc., by wards Passed 150 

Street improvement, compelling laying of underground work before im- J Jud 816 



provements are begun ( Passed 170a 

Street lamp lighting fund, transferring 126,500 to credit of Passed 1345 

■ Fin 276 

File 1380 



Street railway expert (Department of Intramural Transportation), creating-^ ^.,^ 



Sullivan John H , permit to erect booths under elevated stairways for fire alarm sta- 
tions' and urinals Police 1586 

, / Passed 1459 

Sumner, W. A., permit to cross sidewalk with teams at southwest I ^^^^^ ^ Lost... 1484 

corner 39th and Wallace ( passed 1522 

fJud 129 

] Passed 1608 

Supplies, Department of, amending ord. of April 6, 1898 j y^^^g^ ^ Re-Cora. 1628 

[File 2561 

Tax levy for year 1899 ■ Passed 46 

Teleo-raDh and telephone poles and wires in Archer av., bet. 19th and State sts., 

!' ' , '" 970 

for removal • ^^ 

Telegraph poles on Ashland av.. bet. 12th and 22d sts., for removal 801 

Telegraph and telephone wires in Grand av , from Halsted to Noble J Passed 1147 

Tts., for removal 1 Vetoed & Lost. 1235 

Teleo-raph telephone and electric wires in Grand av., from Halsted to May sts., 

for removal, etc - Passed 1254 

■ Telegraph and telephone poles on Milwaukee av., from Ashland to North avs., for re- 

, , Passed 1591 

moval, etc ^^^^ 

^ . . Jud 1324 

Telegraph, telephone and electric light wires m 32d ^^^^<^^ K^^^^^ted (substitnte) . 1692 
to place underground ( Re-Committed 1923 

Teleo-raph and telephone poles in 12th st., from river to Johnson st., and in Canal and 

Halsted sts., for removal... - P^^^^d 969 

Telegraph, telephone and electric light poles, etc., forbidding in i Reported (Jud.) .. 2069 
territory bounded by Fullerton, Ashland, 40th avs. and 75th st. | Re-Committed 2290 

Thirty-fifth ward, creating from annexed portion of Cicero and j Reported. 1595 

providing for election of Aldermen, etc ] Passed (Amended) 1703 

I Judiciary 718 

Tires on vehicles, regulating width ] Reported 828 

(Referred to License 1265 

Tunnel (Northwestern Land) , for completion of Sec. 3 '^^^ ^IJ 

Tunnel Sec 3 Northwestern Land, annulling Weir, McKechney & Co. contract. .Passed 93b 
' ' / Reported 2562 

Tunnel at Van Buren st., providing for lowering ] Amendments Pub.. 2580 

I Passed 2637 



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INDEX. CCXXIX 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL-Contiaued. 

Page 

I Reported 2504 

Tunnels at Washington and La Salle sts., providing for lowering. . . -] Amendments Pub.. 2579 

' Passed 2G39 

Underground Subway Co., granting rights for pneumatic tubes, etc. (introduced Jan- 
uary, 1 898) File 200 

rG. O. &E. L 488 

Unity Power Co., permit for conduits for electric wires, etc. -^ Passed 865 

' Vet., Amended & Passed.. 882 
Unity Power Co., permit for conduits, etc. (extension of above ordinance) .G. O. & E. L. 2185 
Urinals (and fire alarm station booths), permitting J. H. Sullivan to erect under elevated 

railway stairways Police 1586 

^^^i^^^^- ^ . (Jud 384 

Two wheels in street car track, etc., prohibiting driving i pQg /j)^^ 2888) 1706 

/ Jud 1328, 1741 

Two wheels in street car track, etc., prohibiting driving -j Reported 1880 

^ File 2561 

Unhitched in streets, prohibiting standing \ ^ 

^ I Reported 1384 

^Jud , 718 

Width of tires and loading, regulating ) Reported. 828 

^ Referred to License 1265 

Vesselsover200feetlong, requiring to be towed in river.. j H., V. & B 1141 

I File 762, 2304 

Viaducts — 

Canal and 16th sts., railroad companies to repair Passed 36 

Canal and 16th sts. , providing for new structure ... " 967 

Canal, Halsted and 16th sts., providing for plans, etc., for repair, and to let 

contract a j^gQQ 

Chicago av., to plank incline leading to S. & A., W. D. 1329 

Polk, Taylor, 12th, Halsted, Canal sts. and I31ue Island av., compell- 
ing C. T. T. R. R. Co. to repair (with communication) , " 2851 

Western av. (Kinzie st.), Chicago, Pittsburgh and St. Louis R. R. to repair. .Passed 1296 
Wagons — 

Obstructing streets (unhitched), amending Sec. 1874, Revised Code 1897 ■) ^^"^ ^^^^ 

I Reported... 1384 

Two wheels in street car track, etc., prohibiting driving. . •! '^^^ ^^'^ 

■ ■ ( Lost (Doc. 2888) . . . 1706 

I Jud 1328, 1741 

Two wheels in street car track, etc., prohibiting driving } Reported.. . . 1380 

( File 2561 

I Jud 718 

Width of tires and loading, regulating J Reported 828 

' Referred to License. . . 1265 

Warrants against tax levy of 1899, authorizing issue of Passed 182 

Warrants, authorizing Board of Education to issue in anticipation of taxes, etc. . '' 2301 

Watchmen (night) in places having steam heating plants, providing for \ '^"^ "^^^^ 

Water- 
Certificates, for issuance of \^'^ '''^ 

( Passed 342 

Cook County Institutions, providing for free water Passed 173 

(Repealed, pages 2322-2323.) 



ccxxx 



INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GENERAL— Continued. 



Water- 



Page 

Fountains, amending Sec. 24, ord. Feb. 31, 1898, in re. remission of rates, etc. Passed 23-32 

j Jud 816 

Pipes, wires, etc., to compel laying before paving, etc ■^ p^ggg(-| ^-qs 

r, . rnn AAA I Passeel 2468 

Power from Drainage Channel, to issue ^2,o00,000 1 ^^_ Amended & Passed.... 2510 

bonds for purchase | Re-Con., Amended & Passed 2557 

Rates on cottages^ amending as to • '-^^^^ '^^^^ 

Rates on frontage, amending as to Fin. 2063 

j Jud 1735 

Repair of service pipes, amending Sec. 10 in re j -p^^ -[^g^g 

Weights, scale beams, etc., (reported, page 2031, 1808-9) Re-Com. to License 177 

i Reported 399 

Weights, scale beams, etc., regulating licensing of . . -j j^^.^.^^^^^ ^^ License 1349 

Weir McKechnev & Co., annulling contract on Sec. 3, N. W. L. Tunnel Passed 936 

iS.&A.,W.D 283 
Western Electric Co., for subways and bridgeways across certain alleys. . . -j p^^^^^ _ _ g^^ 

Western Union Telegraph Co., city to remove poles of company on Ashland av., bet. 

12th and 22dsts.!' P^^^^ed 801 

Whistles or bells, amending ord. March 29, 1897, Sec. 2121 Revised Code, 1897 Jud. 2473 



ORDINANCES— REPEALING . 



Butcher's license. Sec. 1230, Revised Code 1891 



Page 
Referred.... 718 

Passed 1179 

'. Vet. & Lost 1236 



Drains- 



Rockwell St., from Augusta to Divisi©n sts 

Sheridan drive, fram Touhy av. to 240 feet north of Chase av. 

Spaulding av., frona Van Buren to Scott sts 

Springfield ar., from Chicag© av. to Ohio st 



Deferred. 



I Passed. 



1173 
817 



Fifty-first ct., from Pulton st. to Park av Passed 2048 

South Chicago av., from 87thi to 94th sts 

Insurance companies (foreign fire) and brokers (ord. of Oct. 5th, 1896) 

Lamp Posts — 

Archer av. , from Western av. to 39th st 

Ashland av. , from 63d to 69th sts 

Carpenter st. , from Milwaukee to Chicago avs 

Centre av. , from 51st to 63d sts 

Clarendon av. , from Montrose tO Leland avs 

Evanston av.. from Lawrence av. to Argyle st 

Fortieth av., from Lake st. to Chicago av 

Forty-first st. , from Wallace to Butler sts . . 

Forty-second pL, from Stewart to Princeton avs 

Fifjty-fourth st., from Morgan st. to Union av 

Halsted st., from 69th to 71st sts 

Harding av., from Huron st. to Chicago av 

Kinzie st., from Leavitt st. to Oakley av • 

Loomis St. , from 59th to 63d sts 

Peoria st., from 68th to 69th sts 



1133 

798 

704 

275 

1583 

1133 

2430 

1734 

126 

274 

377 

2431 

704 

1369 

275 

1087 

1323 

Passed 1132 

" 1132 

188 



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INDEX. CCXXXI 

ORDINANCES— REPEALING -Continued. 
Lamp Fosts— F&'^e 

Thirty-eighth st., from Sacramento to Campbell avs Passed 919, 934 

Union av., from Root to 4:3d sts,. Passed 2049 

Vinoennes av., from 63d av. to South Chicago av '' 124>i 

Vincennes av., from 63d st. to South Chicago av Deferred 361 

License 718 

Meats, etc., repealing ord. amending Section 1230, Revised Code j Passed 1179 

Vet. & Lost 1236 
Opening — 

Alley in Block 5, C. T. Sub. part Section 33, 40, 14 



i Passed 814 

( Vet. & Lost 878 

Alley in Block 5, C. T. Sub. part Section 33, 40, 14 Passed 2437 

Alley in Block 21, Irving Park north to Center st '" 2127 

Alley south of 37th st., bet. Ellis and Cottage Grove avs File 409 

Fifty-fourth av., across C, M. & St. P. Ry Deferred 2855 

Fifty-eighth st., from across P., Ft. W. & C. R. R File 409 

George St., from Halsted to Clark sts. (with pet.) Passed 146 

Leland av., from Clarendon av. (Halsted) to the lake - 

( A^et. & Lost 1434 

One Hundredth St., across C, R. I. & P. Ry File 409 

Ontario av., from 79th st. to north line Berger's aecond addition Deferred 1492 

Paulina st., from Foster to Winnemac avs. (passed July 1, 1895) Passed 2879 

Rockwell St., from 18th to 19th sts '^ 1514 

Sixty-sixth pi . , from Halsted st. to Union av File 409 

Street from Willow st. to Schades-pL, bet. Vine and Orchard sts Passed 1740 

Parks and Boulevards, 37th st. as a boulevard (ord. of April 5, 1899) " 970 

Railroads— 

C. & N.-W. R'y Co. (and C, M. & St. P. R'y Co.), ord. passed May 29, 1899, as to 

sidewalks in Fullerton av. sub Track El. 1 149 

CoiTeen, M. D., ord. for switch track, passed February 3, 1896 i 

( Passed 583 

Tram rails for street cars. Section 1704, Revised Code 1897, Section 1509, Code 

of 1881 , Passed 1553 

Sewers: 

Alley west of Drexel blvd., from 45th st. t© 198 ft. south " 1134 

Clark St., from Deming pi. to Wightwood av., in Clark st. from Wight wood 

to Diversey avs " I739 

Clark St., from Deminsr pi. to Wightwood av '• 1806 

Clark St., from Wightwood to Diversey avs '' 1806 

Colorado av., from Douglas Park blvd. to Harrison st '' 1293 

Forty-second av., from Division to Hirsch sts (system) " 416 

Forty-fourth av., from Fullerton to Humb©ldt avs '• 189 

Greenwood av., from 44th to 45th sts '' 2049 

Ohio St. , from 46th to 48th avs File 416 

One Hundredth pi., from Prospect av. to Wood st Passed 2748 

Ontario St., from 46th to 48th avs File 416 

Parnell av., from first alley south of 116th st. to 118th st Passed 553 

Sixteenth st., from Wood to Lincoln sts '' 1249 

Sidewalks — 

Argyle av., from Evanston av. to Clark st. (ord. of April 24th, 1899) '' 659 

Ashland av., bet. 12th and 22d sts - 1140 

Belden av., from Sedgwick st. to North Park av. (ord. of March 20th, 1899). . " 144 

Commercial av., from 91st to 95th sts. (ord. of May 22d, 1SV)9) •• 668 



CCXXXII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— REPEALING— Continued. 

Sidewalks — 

Congress Park, from Harrison to Van Buren sts Passed 2471 

Division St., from Monticello to 40th av " 2552 

Fourteenth St., from State St. to Michigan av '' 1131 

Fourteenth St., trom State St. to Wabash av ,, " 1131 

Fourteenth St., from State st. to Indiana av " 1132 

Grace St., from Southport av. to Herndon st , '' 1511 

Halsted st., from Harrison to 16th sts ■ " 1513 

Hamlin av., from Kinzie st. to Chicago av "• 1518 

Hickory av., from Blackhawk to Division sts '' 1583 

Indiana st., from St. Clair st. to Lake Shore drive " 1513 

i S. & A. W. D.. 2621 

Kinzie st., from Sangamon st. to Ashland av ■{ t^-, aoAc 

' I Pile 2802 

Kinzie st., from Sangamon st. to Ashland av Passed 2621 

Ninety-third st., from Stony Island av. to N. Y., St. L. & C. R. R '' 499 

Oakley av., from Chicago av. to Division st '" 1681 

Ogden pL, from Ogden av. to Wood st " 192 

Paulina St., bet. Ridge and Granville avs " 492 

Paulina st., from Granville to Ridge avs " 2059 

Schubert av., from Mozart to Whipple sts " 1374 

Sixteenth St.,. from Halsted to Robey sts File 416 

Seventy-fifth st., from Noble ct. to Stony Island av. . . . , Passed 553 

Turner av., from 26th to 30th sts " 1795 

Tvrenty-second st., from Homan av. to river, (v/ith communication j S. & A. W. D. . 1773 

in re. from Board Local Improvements) | Fite 2075 

Washtenaw av., from 12th to 22d sts Passed 802 

Street Improvement- 
Aberdeen St., from 47th to 51st sts " 1512 

Aberdeen St., from 63d to 67th sts " 2463 

Adams st., from Michigan to Wabash avs '' 2881 

[ Alley bet. Augusta, Lincoln and Thomas sts. and Winchester av '' 2047 

Alley bet. Centre av. and Allport St.. from 18th to 24th sts '^ 1138 

Alley bet. Clark St., Armour av., 25th and 26th sts " 1124 

Alley bet. Clark st., Armour av., 24th and 25th sts " 1125 

Alley bet. Clark st.. Armour av., 23d and 24th sts. '' 1130 

Alley bet. Cottage Grove and South Park avs., from 25th st. to south termi- 
nus 

Alley bet. Dearborn State, 25th and 26th sts " 1124 

Alley bet. Dearborn st.. Armour av., 23d and 24th sts " 1125 

Alley bet. Dearborn, State, 24th and 25th sts " 1126 

Alley bet. Dearborn St., Armour av., 25th and 26th sts.. . '• 1127 

Alley bet. Dearborn St., Armour av., 24th and 25th sts " 1128 

Alley bet. 18th and 19th sts., Centre av. and Allport st " 1292 

Alley bet. Iowa, Augusta and Lincoln sts. and Winchester av '' 2046 

Alley bet. Michigan & Indiana avs. , 23d and 24th sts ■ ' 1 126 

Alley bet. 19th, 21st sts. Centre av. and Allport st '" 1291 

Alley bet. Prairie and Indiana avs., from 26th st. to north terminus " 1127 

Alley bet. Wabash and Michigan avs., from 14th st. to north terminus " 1128 

Alley east of Michigan av., from 13th to 14th sts " 1128 

Alley east of Michigan av., bet. 12th and 13th sts " 1129 

Alley (north 169.75 feet) in E. K Blk. 88, bet. 28th, 29th, Wabash and Mich- 
igan avs 

j Passed 1799 

Archer av., from State st. to Ashland av -j -^ „ , -.007 

Ashland av., from 63d to 69th sts Passed 2124 



1129 



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INDEX. CCXXXIII 

ORDINANCES -REPEALING— Continued. 

Street Improvement — Pa^e 

Brewery av., from 27th st. to 320 feet south Passed 2401 

Calumet av., from 31st to 35th sts " T90 

Calumet av., from 21st to 26th sts Deferred 1087^ 

Canal st. (W. y^), from Milwaukee av. to 15 feet south of Fulton st Passed 24f33 

Centre av., from Grand lo Milwaukee avs. S. & A., W. D. 2019 

Centre av., from Milwaukee to Grand avs Passed 950 

- Centre av., from Milwaukee av. to C. «fe N. W. Ry '' 950 

Centre av., from Van Buren t© 12th sts " 143 

Charles pL, from Franklin st. to 5th av " 2430 

ChicafTO av., from Milwaukee to Ashland avs " 950 

( Deferred . . . 2173 
Clark St., from Kinzie st. to 169 feet south of North Water st -j ^^^ ^ ^^^^^^ 

Desplaines st., from Lake st. to 96 feet, north of Wayman pi Passed 487 

East ct., from Belmont av. to 305 feet south " 1970 

Eddy St., from Racine av. to Clark st " 2794 

i Passed 2793 

Estes av., from Clark st. to C. & N. W. Ry j ^^^ ^ ^^^^ ,^^^^ 

Ewing pi., from Robey to Leavitt sts , .• Passed 1142 

( File 2115 

Forquer St., from Canal St. to Blue Island av ] n^ . ^ thti p -o i o(«n 

^ ' ( Taken from File & Passed. . . 2460 

Forty-9rst av. , from Colorado av. to Harvard st Passed 274 

Forty-third ct., from M®ntrose av. to Grace st " 2047 

Forty-fifth av., from Lake to Kinzie sts File 416 

Forty-ninth st'., from Michigan av. to Grand blvd Passed 2124 

Fifty-first St., from Wood to Leavitt sts '■ 1130 

Fifty-second st. , from Halsted st. to Centre av " 287 

Fifty-second st., from Halsted to Morgan sts '' 2559 

Grand av., from Chicago av. to Division st ■ '" 2747 

Grenshaw st., from 40th to 41st avs " 934 

Grenshaw st., from 41st to 42d avs '" 934 

Huron st., from Kedzie to Central Park avs " 2062 

Jeffrey av. , from 73d to 91st sts ' ' 2050 

Kedzie av. , from North av. to Augusta st Deferred 2115 

(Passed 2623 

Liberty st., from Canal to Halsted sts • •{ tt . o y . o-.o^ 

' -I Vet. & Lost 2434 

Market st., from Washington st. to 190 feet north of Madison st Passed 2866 

Morgan st. , from 47th to 51st sts ; '■■ 2616 

Nineteenth st., from Johnson st. to Centre av " 1139 

Nineteenth St., from Johnson to Throop sts " 1292 

Normal av. , from Garfield blvd. to 65th st , ' ' 2177 

North av., from Milwaukeeto Western avs " 183 

North av. , from Milwaukee to Western avs File 416 

North court, from Evanston to Linden avs Passed 1 1 50 

Paulina st., from Lake st. to first alley s©uth of Kinzie st " 125 

Robey st. , f rom Archer av. to 34th st " 800 

fS.&A. N.D. 940 

Robey st., from Roscoe st. to a straight line, etc ^ ,^., ^,^^, 

' o » ( Y\\q 20ib 

Rockwell St. , from Chicago to Grand avs Pa?sed 1142 

Rundell pi. , from Aberdeen st. to Centre av ' ' 1512 

1 Deferred.... 2294 

Seminary av., from Wellington st. to Diversey blvd a ^ ^ ^, ,,, 

( Passed 24b0 

Sherman st., from 39th to 43d sts Passed 377 

Sixty-first pi., from Wentworth ay. to Wallace st. (with petition) ■• 2558 



Tell pi., from Milwaukee to Ashland avs. 



CCXXXIV INDEX. 

ORDINANCES-REPEALING— Continued. 
Street Improvement — Page 

j S.&A.,W.D. 2599 
I File 2802 

Thirteenth st., from Union to Halsted sts - 

I Passed 2430 

Twentieth st., from Halsted st. to Centre av Passed 1138 

( S.<&A.,W.D. 1801 

Twenty-second st. , from Lumber st. to Ashland av -^ _ 

( Pile 2076 

Twenty-tbird pi., from Oakley to Western aves Passed 2746 

Twfenty-flfth st., froui Michigan to Prairie avs " 1291 

Twenty-sixth st., from Hamlin to Lawndale avs " 2046 

Thirty-first st., from LaSalle st. to Emerald av. " 278 

( Deferred 2250 

Thirty-second st., from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. & P. R'y -I ^ 

' .J (Passed 2429 

Thirty-third pi. , from Ashland to Archer avs .... Passed 2462 

Thirty-fourth st., from Robey st. to Western av '' 800 

Wood St., from Kinzie st. to Chicago av .... •' 1684 

Wrightwood av.. from Clark st. to Lincoln av., (passed May 8, 1899) " 659 

Yale av., from 71st to 73d sts., with pet " 1250 

Thirty-seventh st., as boulevard, repealing ord. of April 5, 1899, designating '' 970 

Water main'and pipes in 87th St., from Winchester av. to Throop st File 409 

Water Service Pipes — 

Fiftieth St., from Lake av. to alley east of Drexel blvd Passed 127 

HatBiilton av., from Montrose to Wilson avs " 2048 

Indiana av., from 12th to 14th sts *. " 188 

Marshfield av., from 60th to 61st sts : " 2259 

Nelson st., from Blucher to Soult sts " 706 

Ridgeway av^, from Chicago av. to Ohio st '• 2259 

Sheridan Road, from Montrose to Foster avs „ " 705 

Spauiding av., from Madison st. to Jackson blvd " 1583 

Wellington St., from Kedzie av. to C. & N. W. Ry " 378 

Water Supply — 

Alley first south of Montrose, from Drake to Central Park avs " 126 

Aberdeen St., from 73d to 74th sts. " 276 

Central Park av., from Lake to Fulton sts " 1856 

Eberly av., from Cullom av. to 125 ft. west of Belle Plaine av " 126 

Fleetwood av., from north of Blanche st. to Division st File 416 

Twenty-third St., from Sawyer to Turner avs , Passed 1369 

Twenty-eighth St., from 42d ct. to 44th av. (order) " 2617 

Forty-fifth pi., from Stewart to Shields avs " 1584 

Forty-eighth st., from Morgan st. to 410 ft. west of Halsted st Deferred 2115 

Fifty-first av., from Fulton st. to Park av ' Passed 2747 

Sixty-sixth pi., from Halsted st. to alley west of Union av " 2172 

Michigan av., from 103d St. to 568 ft. southwest of 104th st " 2748 

Kinney av., from 72d St. to 300 ft. south '• 1134 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— DRAINS. 

Page 
Aldine av., from Lot 30, Block 3, Culver et al Lake Shore sub., etc., to Sher- 
idan rd Passed 2608 

Allen av., from Milwaukee to Kimball avs '• 1574 

Armitage av., from 44th to 52d avs '' 1728 

Austin av., from 50th av. to 579 ft. east of 47th av " 1366 



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CCXXXV 



Of^DINANCES AND ESTIMATES -DRAINS— Continued. 

Avenue L, from Ewing- av. to 104th st. Passed 123 

Belle Plaine av., from Robey st. to, West Ravensvv^ood Park •' 1114 

Byron st., from Clark st. to East Ravenswo@d Park " 1787 

Central blvd., west side, from Augusta st. to Grand av " 1737 

Central blvd., east side, from Augusta st. to Alley N of Grand av " 172!?> 

Christiana av., from Diversey av. to Woodard st " 1574 

Clark St., from Deming pi. to Diversey blvd " 1113 

Cottage Grove av., from 60th st. to South Chicago av " 178S 

Dawson av., from Milwaukee av. to Wellington st " 1574 

Dickens av, from Ballou st. to Kedzie av " 1114 

Diversey blvd., from Southport to Clybourn avs " 1114 

Division st., from Kedzie to Homan avs " 1113 

Erie st.. from 46th to 50th avs " 1364 

Evanston av., from Devon to Touhy avs., and in Sheridan rd., from Touhy to 

Rogers avs " 1114 

Ewing av., from 102d to 104th sts " 1788 

Piftieth-av., from Ontario to Kinzie sts " 1116 

Fiftieth ct., ffom Ontario to Kinzie sts " 1116 

Fifty-first av. . from Fulton st. to Park av '• 1117 

Fifty-first ct.. from Augusta to Kinzie sts ' " 1366 

Fifty-first ct., from Fulton St. to Park av '' 1115 

Fillmore st., from 40th to 42d avs " 1116 

Fillmore st., from Kedzie to Central Park aves " 1573 

Forty-eighth st., from Halsted to Morgan sts ' " 1575 

Forty-fifth pL, from Stewart to Wentworth avs " 1117 

Forty-sixth St., from Stewart to Wentworth avs '' 1117 

, Forty-third av., from Montrose av. to C. & N.-W R'y " 1115 

' Francisco- av., from Belmont av. t© C. & N.-W. R'y " 123 

Fulton St., from 50th to 52d avs " 1116 

•Grand av., from 52d to 56th avs " 2865 

Hermitage av., from Addison st. to Irving Park blvd " 486 

Humboldt av., from Kimball av. to Palmer sq " 1115 

Humboldt St., from Warsaw to Lee avs " 2865 

Huron st., from 50th t© 46th avs " 1866 

Indiana st., from 50th av. to 579 feet east of 47th av " 1366 

Iowa St., from Western av. to Rockwell st " 1113 

Kinzie st., from 50th av. to 579 feet east of 47th av " 1365 

Lake st. , from 46th to 48th avs " 1787 

Leavitt st. , from Roscoe st. to Belmont av " 2044 

Lowell av., from Montrose to Berteau avs " 128 

Michigan av., from 102d to 115th sts ^' 486 

Sixty-ninth pi., fr©m Madison to Stony Island avs " 122 

North av., from 44th av. to Belt Ry '^ 2866 

Ohio St., from 50th av. to 579 feet east of 47th av " 1365 

One Hundred and Eleventh st., from Stewart to Wentworth avs '' 122 

One Hundred and Fifteenth st., from State st, to Michigan av " 1575 

One Hundred and Fifteenth St., from Slate st. to Wentworth av '' 122 

One Hundred and Nineteenth st., from Michigan av. to State st '• 1117 

Ontario st., from 52d to 46th avs " 1365 

Paulina st. , from Irving Park blvd. to Addison st " 1728 

Ridgeway av., from Ohio st. to Chicago av •' 1113 

Robey st., from Roscoe st. to Lincoln av Deferred 1355 

Sacramento av., from Fullerton av. to Follansbee st Passed 1573 

Sacrament© av., from Wellington st. to Belmont av '• 1787 

Seventeenth St., from Rockwell St. to Washtenaw av - " 1112 



CCXXXVI 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— DRAINS— Continued. 
Seventy-fifth St., from Cottage Grove to Stony Island avs. . Passed 1323 



Sheridan rd. , from Touhy to Rogers avs 

Spaulding- av., from Armitage to FuUerton avs 

Spaulding av., from Diversey to Belmont avs 

Superior St., from 46th to 50th avs 

Turner av., from 24:th to 26th sts 

Washington blvi., from 46th to 53d avs 

Wellington St., from Whipple st. to California av. 

Winchester av., from 93d to 94th sts 

Wisner av., from Milwaukee av. to Wellington st. 
Woodard st., from Milwaukee to Spaulding avs. . . . 



1114 
1115 
1575 
1365 
1727 
2045 
1787 
123 
1575 
1668 



ORDINANCES— GRAD E . 

Page 

Aberdeen st., at 58th st , Passed 1673 

Aberdeen st. , at 70th st ... " 353 

Aberdeen st. , at 71st st " 354 

Aberdeen St., at 72d st " 923 

Aberdeen st. , at 74th st .' ' ' 930 

Aberdeen st., at 85th and 86th sts " 2613 

Aberdeen st., at 88th st , " 1679 

Aberdeen St., at 87th st " 1680 

Ada St., at Arbor pi " 2610 

Ada St., at 56th and 58th sts " 355 

Ada St., at 68th st " 930 

Ada St., at 70th st '■ 1672 

Ada St., at 71st pL, 72d st. and pi., 73d st. and pi., and 74th st. and pi " 1676 

Ada St., at 72d st " 923 

Ada St., at 72dand 71st sts "' 923 

Ada St., at 87th st / " 16b0 

Ada St., at 88th st " 1679 

Ada St., at 88th, 89th, 90th, 91st, 92d, 93d and 94th sts " 708 

Ada St., at Garfield blvd " 922 

Adams av., at South Chicago av " 353 

Adams st., at Francisco st., Washtenaw av. and Rockwell st '' 355 

Adams st., east and west of Rockwell st " 356 

Adams St., at Seeley av " 1581 

Adams av. , at 77th st . . , ' ' 931 

Addison av., at Albany and Seeley avs " 355 

Addison av., at California av. and points east and west thereof " 73 

Addison St., at Avondale av " 931 

Addison et., at 40th and 42d avs " 2055 

Addison st., at 41st and 42d cts ' " 205* 

Addison st., at 42d av " 1962 

Addison st., at Hamlin and Lawndale avs and C. & N. W. Ry " 1859 

Addison St., at Lawndale av " " 930 

Addison st., at Monticello and Central Park avs '' I860 

Addison st., at Reta st. and Wilton av " 3053 

Addison St., at Springfield and Hamlin avs "' 2871 

Addison st., at Troy st '' 2870 

Addison st., at Whipple st " 1858 



INDEX. 



CCXXXVII 



ORDINANCES— GRADE-Continued. 

Page 

Albany av., at Addison, Grace and Eddy sts. and Waveland av Passed 355 

Albany av., at Archer av. and 43d ^.t " 1675 

Albany av., at Byron st " ^■'^70 

Albany av., at Park, Warren and Colorado avs.. Monroe and Madison sts. and Jackson 

blvd. Passed 708 

Albany av., at Park, Warren, Colorado avs., Jackson blvd., Madison and Monroe sts. " 924 

Albany av., at 20th st " 1674 

Albany av. (bottom Albany av. subway), at 21st st " 707 

Albany av.. 100 ft. north of 21st st., at alley west, and at sub. under C, B. &Q. R'y " 1581 

Albany av., 480 ft. north of 22d st. and at 21st pi., 23d, 24th and 25th sts " 1581 

Albany av., at 26th st " 1582 

Albany av., at 37th pi " 922 

Albany av., at 63d st " 1679 

Albion av., at Sheridan rd " 1582 

Alice pi., at Hoyne ct '" 1672 

Allen av., at Kimbell av. and at alley northeast of Milwaukee av " 75 

Alley west of Central st., at Pratt av " 1670 

Alley northeast of Milwaukee av., at Woodward, Dawson, Wisner and Allen avs. " 75 

Alley east Ridg-e rd., at Pratt and Farwell avs " 1670 

Alley west of Ridge rd., at Lunt av " 1670 

Alley, bet. Wabash and Michigan avs., at 66th st " 15S0 

Anthony av., at Kimbark av " 1791 

Arbor pi., at Ada and Sheridan sts. and Union Park ct " 2610 

Arbor pi., at St. John's ct '' 927 

Archer av., at Brighton pi., 43d and Troy sts. and Albany av " 1675 

Archer av., at 41st, 42d and 45th avs., produced " 922 

Archer av. , at 42d ct. , produced " 2869 

Archer av., at 43d av. and ct., and 46th and 48th avs " 922 

Archer av. , at 43d st , " 1671 

Archer av., 100 feet northeast and southwest from 46th av '' 922 

Archer av., at 33d pi " 1733 

Archer av., at 39th pi., Montgomery, Mozart and Humboldt sts., California, 

Francisco and Sacramento avs = " 923 

Archer av. , at Kedzie av Passed 74, 924 

Archer av., at Kedzie, St. Louis, Clifton Park, Central Park avs., 47th st., 

Lawndale, Ridgeway, Hamlin and 40th avs " 921 

Archer av., at Ridgeway, Hamlin, 40tli avs., and 42d av. and ct., produced " 2750 

Archer av., at Sawyer, Spaulding, Turner, Homan, Trumbull, Avers, Springfield 

an^ Harding avs., produced .. ; " 921 

Archer av., at Sawyer, Spaulding, Turner, Homan, Trumbull, St. Louis, Clifton 

Park and Lawndale avs " 2749 

Archer av,, at Western av "' 2051 

Archer av., at Western Avenue blvd " 2051 

Argyle St., at 54th av. '' 2613 

.Armitage av., at 44th ct., 45th av. and ct., 46th, 47th and 48th avs '' 1581 

Armitage av., at 48th ct., 49th av. and ct.. and 50th av " 2615 

Armitage av., at Monticello av " 1858 

Armour av., at and near 59th, and 58th st " 1581 

Armour av., at 61st st " 2540 

Artesian av., 90 feet east of Austin av '' 1681 

Artesian av. , at Diversey av " 72 

Artesian av., at 48th and 63d sts " 1678 

Artesian av., at 50th st " 1793 

Artesian av., at Kinzie st '' 2609* 

Artesian av., at North av " 1857 



COXXXVIII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES-GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Artesian av.. at Ohio and Kinzie sts., Austin and Grand avs Passed 707 

Ashland av., at and near Austin av " 1681 

Ashland av., at Bryan av .Passed 931. 2870 

Ashland av., at 260 feet north of Canal bridg'e Passed 1580 

Ashland av., at 17th, 18th and 20th sts. and 21st pi " 708 

Ashland av., at 18th pi , " 925 

Ashland av., at 21st pi ■ " 928 

Ashland av., at 31st st " 2610 

Ashland av., at 33d st. and g3d pi • '' 1858 

Ashland av., at 68th St '' 930 

A shland av. , at 70th st. and 71st st. and pi ' ' 2053 

Ashland av., at 72d st " 923 

Ashland av., at 87th st " 1680 

Ashland av., at S8th st " 1679 

Ashland av., at Hill st '' 2053 

Ashland av., at Market sq. and 32d pi " 1674 

Ashland av., at Olive, Holly wsod and Edgewater avs " 2054 

Ashland av., at Sherwin and Chase avs " 2871 

Aubert av., at Western and Campbell avs Passed 2611, 2612 

Augusta St., at 42d, 43d, 44th, 45th and 46th avs Passed 1857 

Augusta St., at 48th av " 1677 

Augusta St., at 51st et '• 356 

Augusta St., at 52d av " 2546 

Augusta St., at Grand av , " 355 

Augusta St., near St. Louis av Passed 1579, 1580 

Austin av., at Artesian av Passed 707, 1857 

Austin av., at and near Ashland av. . , Passed 1681 

Austin av. , at Claremont av Passed 1857, 1858 

Austin av., at and near Clareraont av Passed 1680 

Austin av., at North 49th and N®rth 50th avs " 73 

Austin av,, at Oswego st " 2750 

Austin av., at Western and Artesian avs., George, Jesse and Bixby ets., and 

Trustee st " 1681 

Avers av., produced, at Archer av " 921 

Avers av., at 18th st " 927 

Avers av., at 27th st " 1677 

Avers av. , at Ogden av " 925 

Avers av., at Schubert and Wrightwood avs. " 2611 

Avondale av. , at Addison st. and North 47th ave "^ 931 

Avondale av., at Berteau av " 2052 

Avondale av. , 165 ft. east of Ceylon av " '^09 

Avondale av., at Claremont av. and at C. & N.-W. R'y " 2870 

Avondale av. , at CuUom and 45th avs . , " 2053 

Avondale av and 44th av., at 100 ft. northeast " 2052 

Avondale av.,, 100 ft. west of 44th av " 2053 

• Av®ndale av. , at Hamlin and Lawndale avs " 1859 

Avondale av., at Hobart, Crescent and Ceylon avs. and Panama st " 709 

Avondale av., 400 ft. southeast of Panama st " 709 

Avondale av. , at Sunny side av ' ' 927 

Baldwin st. , at Kinzie st "' '^^'^ 

Ballou St., at Dunning st " 1579 

Ballon St., at FuUerton av " 1963 

Bard st., at 31st st.... '" 2610 

Beach av., at 4Sth av " 1677 

Beacon St., at Leland av " 2054 



INDEX. CCXXXIX 

ORDINANCEB-GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Belden av., from Sedge wick st. to North Park av Passed 144 

Belle Plaine av., at Campbell av . . . .,^ " 2612 

Belle Plaine av., at Springfield av " 1671 

Belle Plaine av., at Western av , . " 2611 

Belmont av., at ©ast and west end of bridge over river " 926 

Belmont av., at Campbell av. and 450 feet west thereof " 926 

^Belmont av., at 40th and 41st avs " 2055 

Belmont av.. at 42d av. and ct., 43d av. and ct., 44th and 45th avs. an«l 45th et. 

(produced), 46th ct., 47th av. and ct. and 4Sth av " 2611 

Belmont av., at Washtenaw and California avs *' 1963 

Belt Line R. R., at North av " 928 

Berenice st. , at 47th and 48th avs " 2545 

Berlin st. , at Westejn av " 1670 

Berteau av. , at Avondale av " 2052 

Berteaa av., at Campbell av " 2613 

Berteau av. , at Western av " 2611 

Beverly av. , at 87th st " 1680 

Birch wood av., at Perry st "■ 2871 

Birchwood av. at Sheridan Road. " 1582 

Bishop St., at 60th and 61st s s " 1861 

Bishop St., at 68th st " 930 

Bishop St.. at 70th st " 2058 

Bishop St., at 71st st. . . " 1672 

Bishop St. , at 72d st " 923 

Bishop St., at 87th st , ' •' 1680 

Bishop St., at 88th st , " 1679 

Bixby ct., at Austin av " 1681 

Bixby pi., at Kinzie st " 931 

Blackhawk st.. at Dickson and Noble sts. and Cherry av " 1579 

Blanche st., at Dickson and Noble sts " 1579 

Blanche st. , at and near N oble st ' • 1579 

Bliss St., at Blanche st ■ '• 1579 

Bloomi ngdale av. , at Monticello av " 1858 

Bloomingdale rd. , at Hamlin av • ' 2609 

Bloomingdale rd., at Harding av '' 2615 

Bloomingdale rd., at Nebraska av " 355 

Blue Island ay., at Claremont av " 927 

Bond av., at 76th st " 1783 

Bond av., at 81st, 82d sts., 83d st. and pi. and Illinois av " 2052 

Bond av.. at 82dst " 1675 

Bradley pi., at Halsted and Rokeby sts " 2053 

Branch st., at Bliss, Division and Rees sts. and Cherry av , '' 1579 

Branch st., north and south curb, at Halsted st " 921 

Bridge, canal, near Ashland av " 1580 

Bridge, east and west end, at Belmont av . '^ 926 

Bridge, at Cly bourn av., east and west abutments " 709 

Bridge, east and west sides, at Foster av. west of Francisco st " 73 

Bridge, north and south end, ©ver west fork south branch river, at Western av. . . " 2051 

Bridge over Sanitary Canal, north and south ends, at Western av. blvd " 2051 

Brighton pL, at Archer av '• 1675 

Br®mpton av., at Halsted st " 205a 

Br©ss av., at Western av " 2051 

Bross ay., at Western av. blvd '> 2051 

Bryan av., at Ashland av " 2870- 

Bryan av., at Ashland and Forrest avs .' '' 981 



CCXL INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Bn-au av. at Clark st 'Passed 1963 

Bryan av., at and near C, M. & St. P. R'j " 931 

Bryan av. . at and near Perry st '' 3871 

Bryan av., at Sueridan rd " 1582 

Bryn Mawr av. . at E. Rarenswood Park " 1963 

Bry n Mawr av. and Herm itage av " 706 

Bryn Mawr av., at Paulina st. and Hermitage av . " 2054 

Bryn Mawr av.. at Wayne av., Jausen and Perry sts " 926 

Builer St.. at Slst st : " 3612 

Butler St.. at 47th st " 2546 

Butler St., at 97th st. and pi. and 9Sth st '^ 3751 

Butler St.. at 99th st. and pi., 100th st. and pi. JOlst st. and pi. and 102d st. and pi. " 70S 

Byron st. , at Campbell av " 2867 

Byron st., at 42d av \ " 1963 

Byron st. . at 4Sth and 47th avs " 3545 

Byron st., at Hamlin, Ridgeway and Lawndale avs " 1859 

Byron st., at Kedzie and Albany avs. and Troy st '' 3870 

Byron St., at Lawndale av '' 1''91 

Byron St., at Monticello and Central Park avs " I860 

Byron st., at Osgood st " 3053 

Byron st., at Springfield av ■. • '" 937 

Byron St., at Western av " '''3 

Calhoun av.. at 106th st " 1T94 

California av., at Addison av " "^S 

California av., at Belmont av "" 1963 

California av., at Crystal st " 1858 

California av., at 13th pi. and 14th st " 15S3 

California av., at 20th st " 938 

California av., at 20th st., 21st pi. and 25th pi " 925 

California av., at 40th pi " 1675 

California av., at 63d st " 1678 

California av.. at Gladys av. and Polk st " 2609 

California av., at Superior st " 927 

California av., at Superior st. and Archer av " 923 

Calland av.. at North av " 933 

Calumet av., at 61st, 56th. 57th sts. and 300 ft. south of 57th st " 1581 

Calumet av., at 6Sth st " l'^33 

Calumet av., at 69th st " 354 

Campbell av., at Belmont av " 936 

Campbell av., at Cuyler, Belle Plaine, Warner, Berteau, Aubert, Cullom and 

Pensacola avs " 3613 

Campbell av., at Dakin and Byron sts "' 3867 

Campbell av., at 31st st '• 2610 

Campbell av., at 4Sth and 63d sts '. '• 1678 

Campbell av., at 50th st '' 1T93 

Campbell av. , at 55th st \ 11'94 

Campbell av.. at Ohio and Erie sts " "' 1859 

Canal bridge, near Ashland av " 1580 

Canal st., at 22d st. and Crawford pi " 1860 

Canal st.. at 22d and Grove sts " 1858 

Canal St., at 99th st. and pi., 100th st. and pi.. 101st st. and pi. and 102d st. and pi. " 708 

Canal St., at 103d st '■ 707 

Carmen av., at Milwaukee and Norwood Park avs.. Carpenter and 54th cts., 54tb, 

53d and 52d avs "' 2613 

Carpenter ct., at Carmen av ■ " 2613 



INDEX. CCXLI 

ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Carpenter st., at SSth st Passed 1673 

Carpenter st., at TOtli st '' 353 

, Carpenter st., at 71st st " 354 

Carpenter St.. at 72d st " 923 

Carpenter st., at 73d st '* 1795 

Carpenter st., at 74th st , " 930 

Carpenter st., at SSth and 86th sts " 2613 

Carpenter St., at 87th st " 1680 

Carpenter st , at SSth st " 1679 

Carpenter st., at Ohio st '•'• 1579 

Carroll av., at Central Park, St. Louis and Homan avs " 921 

Carroll av., at Francisco st ... '• 1673 

Carroll av., at Ho man ar " 1672 

Carroll av. , at Lincoln st " 2053 

Carroll av., at St. Louis av. " 2546 

Carter St., at Milwaukee av " 1670 

Catalpa.av., at Clark st " 708 

Catalpa av. at Forest Glen and 51st avs. and 50th ct " 1670 

Cemetery av., at Clark and Paulina sts " 2054 

Cemetery entrance, at Hermitag-e av Passed 706, 2054 

Central av. , at South Chicago av Passed 1676 

Central blvd., at Ohio St. '' 2750 

Central Park av., at Carroll and Archer avs. and 47th st " 921 

Central Park av., at Chicago av " 1670 

Central Park av., at Dunning st " 1671 

Central Park av., at 13th st " 1672 

Central Park av., at 38th st " 1859 

Central Park av., at 51st st " 1674 

Central Park av., at 55th st " 1792 

Central Park av., at Irving Park blvd., Elston, Byron, Grace, Waveland and Ad- 
dison " 1S60 

Central Park av., at St. Louis and Evergreen avs " 1580 

Central Park av., at Van Buren and Congress sts " 922 

Central st., at Columbia and Rogers avs. . . " 1963 

Central st., at Farwell av , "• 1670 

Central st., at Pratt ave * '• 1671 

Centre av. , at Garfield blvd ' ■ 922 

Centre av., at 70th st " 353 

Centre av., at 71st pi., 72d St. and pi., 73d St. and pi. and 74th st " 930 

Centre av., at 71st st " 354 

Centre av., at 72d st " 923 

Centre av., at 86th st " 2613 

Centre av., at 87th st ^- 1680 

Centre av., at SSth st " 1679 

Centre av., at 99th, 100th, lUlst and 102d sts " 75 

Centre av. , at 100th pi " 707 

Centre av., at 103d pi. (Junction av.) , 104th and 105th sts '' 72 

Centre av., at 300 ft. north of 105th st '' 72 

Centre av. , at Tilden st ' • 1675 

Ceylon av., at Avondale and Crescent avs " 709 

Ceylon av., at southerly intersection of East and West Circle avs " 710 

Ceylon av. , at Mulberry and Myrtle avs . , " 710 

Ceylon av., at Sanford st " 2871 

Chase av., at east and west line Ashland av " 2871 

Chase av., at Rogers av ^- 1963 



CCXLII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Chase av., at Sheridan rd sPassed 1582 

Chase St., at Chicago av " 92i 

Chauncey av., at 77th, 78th, 79th, 80th and 81st sts " "07 

Chauncey av., at 92d and93d sts " 1674 

Chauncey av., at South Chicago av '' 354 

Cheney av., at Hobart av '' 1^73 

Cheney av., at Hobart and Walnut sts. and Crescent av. . '' 709 

Cherry av., at Eastman, Blackhawlf, Rees and Division sts and North av " 1579 

Cherry st., at Hiclcory av • • • • " 1579 

Chicago av. , at Central Park av " 1670 

Chicago av., at 42d av. and ct., 43d ar. and ct., 44th and 45th avs, Sangamon, Les- 

sing, Dix, east and west side, and Green sts " 2610 

Chicago av.. at Herraitage and Marshfield avs " 1857 

Chicago av.. at Holt, Rose and Chase sts , '' 921 

Chicago av., near St. Louis av " 15'?9 

Chicago av., at Tower ct • " 16'?3 

Chicago av., at Union, and 680 ft. and 790 ft. east of Halsted st '' 2611 

Chicago av.. at east end of viaduct east of Halsted st " 2611 

Chicago av., at west end of viaduct west of Halsted st " 2610 

Chicago av., at Winchester av " 1672 

Chicago and Alton R. R., north and south line, at Kedzie av '' 922 

Chicago and Alton R. R., at Western av. and 37th st " 3051 

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy R. R., at Turner av " 924 

Chicago and Eastern Illinois R. R., at north and south sides Princeton av., east 

side 112th, 111th, 110th and 109th sts Passed 2868, 2869 

Chicago and Grand Trunk Ry., at and near Kedzie av Passed 74 

Chicago and Grand Trunk Ry., at Maplewood av " 1~95 

Chicago and Great Western Ry., at Clifton Park, St. Louis, Trumbull and 

Homan avs " ^671 

Chicago and Great Western Ry., at Turner, Spaulding and Sawyer avs " 1672 

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Ry., at and near Bryan av " 931 

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Ry., (subway) at Pullerton av " 2869 

Chicag®, Milwaukee and St. Paul Ry.. at 45th av. (bottom of subway) " 1963 

Chicago and Northwestern Ry., southwest, at Avondale av " 3870 

Chicago anel Northwestern Ry., at Avondale av. and 40th av '' 2871 

Chicag© and Northwestern Rv. Co.. near 44th av. and at bottom of subway at 

44th av '' 3^52 

Chicago and N@rthwestern Ry., at Hamlin, Ridgeway and Lawndaie avs. and Ad- 
dison st ^' ^^f^ 

Chicago and Northwestern Ry., at Lawndaie av " 1791 

Chicago River, at east and west abutments of bridge at Clybourn pi " 709 

Chicago River. North branch, at Oakley av " 3614 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific R. R.. at 60th st " 3546 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific R. R. , at 79th st '' 3750 

C, R. 1. &P. R'y, at95thand S8th sts '' 1679 

C, R. I. & P. R'y at 88th. and 87th sts. " 1680 

C. & W. I. R. R., at Jefferson av '' 920 

Choctaw av., at Maple, Selwin, 42d avs., produced, etc., 41st, Sunnyside and 

Miller avs ^ • 

Christiana av., at Noble and Wood avs. and Wellington st " 75 

^' 1676 



2614 



Church St., at 107th st. 



2610 



Cicero ct., at Harrison st 

City limits, north, at Milwaukee av. '' ^670 

Clara d1., at Western av " ^^''^ 



Clareraont av., at and near Austin av. 



1680' 



INDEX. CCXLIII 

ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Pag-e 

Claremont av., at Austin av and Fl©urnoy and Hamburg sts Passed 1857 

Claremont av., at Austin av. and Kinzie st " 1859 

Claremont av., at Cullom av " t28 

Claremont av., at Eras st " 1677 

Claremont av., at 25th St. and Blue Island av " 927 

Claremont av. , at 59th st " 1674 

Claremont av., at 63d st " 929 

Claremont av., at 72d av " 2871 

Claremont av., at 107th st " 1676 

Claremont av., at Foster av '• 926 

Claremont st., at Avondale av " 2870 

Clarendon st., at Hobart av "■ 1673 

Clarendon st., at Hobart st " 709 

Clarinda st., at Holt st '^ 2750 

Clark pi. , at Milton st '■<■ 2614 

Clark St., at Bryan ay " 1963 

Clark St, at Catalpa and Rascher avs '^ 708 

Clark St., at Olive, Hollywood, Edgewater, Thorndale and Cemetery avs. and Vic- 
toria and Francis sts , '' 2054 

Clark St., at Roscoe and Hill sts. " 2053 

Clark St., at Rosemont av '• 73 

CUrk St., at Sedgewick st " 1675 

Clarkson ct. , at Lake st . . , ' ' 1580 

Clay St., at Cly bourn and Hawthorne avs. and Marcy st " 709 

Clayton ct.. at Columbia, Pratt and Rogers avs " 1963 

Cleveland av., at Heine st. and Schick pi " 709 

Clifton av. , at Roscoe st ' • 2053 

Clifton Park av., at Archer av <■' 921 

Clifton Park av., at Harvard St. and C. & G. W. Ry " 1671 

Clybourn av., at Osgood and Clay sts " 709 

Clybourn ay., at and near Terra Cotta pi " 1580 

Cly bourn pi., at east and west abutments of bridge over river " 709 

Clybourn pi., at Marcy, Mendel and Coventry sts. and Elston av "■ 709 

Coles av., at 76th st " 1733 

Coles av., at 82d st '^ 1675 

Colfax av., at 76th st '^ 1733 

Colfax av. , at 80th st ' ^ I860 

Colfax pi., at Hobart and Crescent avs '- 709 

Colfax pi. , at 72d av ' ^ 2871 

College av. , at Norwood Park av ^ ' 923 

College av. , at Raven st, • ' 354 

Colorado av., at Albany av , Passed 70S, 924 

Colorado av., at South 42d ct Passed 73 

Colorado av. , at Francisco av. , Monroe st. and Jackson blvd "■ 1581- 

Colorado av., at Monroe st " 1857 

Columbia av., at Central st. and Clayton ct , " 1968 

Columbia av., at Sheridan rd , " 1582 

Columbia St., at Hamlin av " 2609 

Commercial av., at 81st st '' 1673 

Commercial av., at 82d st " 1675 

Commercial av., at 98th, 99th, 100th and lOOst sts " 920 

Commercial av., at 102d, lUSd and 104th sts " 921 

Congress Park av., at Harrison st '• 2610 

Congress Park, at Harrison, Congress and VanBuren Sts "■ 1678 

Congress st., at Congress Park " 1678 



CCXLIV INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GRADE- Continued. 

Faffe 

^ 4. „<■ /i-+u »f Passed 72 

Congress St., at 4oth ct ^^ 

Congress St., at Trumbull, St. Louis and Central Park avs ^^ ^^^ 

Cook St., at 3lst st ^^ ^^^ 

Cornelia av., at 40th av - ^^ ' 

Cornelia av., at 42d av ^^ ^ 

Cornelia av., at Hamlin av ^^ ^ 

Cornelia av., at Lawndale av ^^ 

Cornelia av., at Springfield av .^ ^^^^ 

Cornelia st., at 42d av ^^ ^^^^ 

Cornelia st., at 44th av ^^ ^^^^^ 

Cornelia St., at 48th av • ^^ ^^ 

Cornelia St., at Hoyne av ^^ 

Cornelia st. , at Oakley av ^^ ^^^^ 

Cornelia St., at Rockwell st 

" y ao 

'"'"'^^^^"^ '' 1858 

"///."' " 1791 

WW,,,,. " 2610 

".........".'.... " 3612 

'.^ """'"." '• 1677 

^"y. " 2609 

" 929 

" 1671 

.'" " 1858 

" 2609 

" 2616 

" 1675 

'"..'. " 354 

" 1860 

" 709 

" 1860 



Cornelia st., at Washtenaw av 

Cornelia st. at Whipple st 

Cornelius st., at Leavitt st 

Cortez St., at 42d av 

Cortez St., at 43d, 44th and 45th avs 

Cortez St., at 48th and Sacramento avs. and Humboldt st. 

Cortez St., at Francisco st 

Cortez St., at Hoyne av 

Cortez St.. at Robey and Leavitt sts • 

Cortland av., at Monticello av 

Cortland st.. at Hamlin st 

Cortland st., at Harding av 

Cortland st., at Talman av 

C®ttage Grove av., at Dauphin av 

Cottage Grove av.. at 69th pi 

Coventry st. , at Cly bourn pi 

Crawford pL, at Canal st • 

Crescent av., at Avondale, Myrtle, West Circle, Ceylon and Cheney avs.. Grant 

St. and Colfax pi 

Crescent av., at Mulberry and East Circle avs 

Cromwell st., at Pleasant pi • • • : 



709 

710 

356 

709 
Crosby st., at Larrabee st = _^ ^^^ 

Crystal av., at 44th av 

( rystai st., at 41st, 42d, 43d and 44th avs 

Crystal st., at Rockwell st., Washtenaw and California avs 



at St. Louis av., Robey, Hoyne and Leavitt sts 



926 

1858 
1580 



Crystal st., at St. i^ouis av., xtuuey, nuyiic d.u^ x^cc^vx.. o.o ^^ 

Crystal st., at Washtenaw av 

Cullomav., at Campbell av ■ 

Cmllom av., at Claremont, Oakley and Irving avs. and Leavitt st 

Cullom av., at 44th ct. and av. and Avondale av 

Culiom av., at Western av • 

Curtis av., at 106th and 105th sts 

Curtis av., at 108th, 109th, UOth and lllth sts 

Curtis av.. at 114th pi. and 113th st 

Cuyler av. , at Campbell av 

Cuyler av. , at Western av 

Dakin st., at Campbell av - 

Dakin st., at Evanston av 

Dakin st., at 40th av 

Dakin St., at Springfield av 

Dakin st. , at Western av 



2612 

928 

2053 

2611 

2869 

2867 

2870 

2612 

2611 

2867 

2053 

2871 

927 

73 



INDEX. CCXLV 

ORDINANCES -GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Dale ct., at alley at south end of court Passed 928 

Dale ct., at 22d st ,, u ^25 

Dauphin av., at Cottage Grove av a 35^ 

Dawson av., at alley northeast of Milwaukee av u '^- 

Dawson av., at Wellington St "' u r- 

Dearborn St., at 59th st u 1 rgi 

Dearborn St., at 61st st u 2546 

DeKalb st., at Hoyne av u ic-r^ 

Depot pi., at Jefferson st u q21 

Desplaines St., at Meridian st u 2609 

Desplaines st., at School and Meridian pis .« .t 931^ 

Devon av., at Milwaukee av u ic-tq 

Devon av., at Sheridan rd u ^gg2 

Dickson av. , at 41st ct u ^-o 

Dickens St., at and near Division, Blackhawk and Blanche sts '^ I579 

Dickson st., at Wabansia av tt 2609 

Diversey av., at Artesian and Spaulding avs a ^^2 

Diversey av., at Humboldt blvd u ^qq 

Diversey st. , at Hermitage av u 2614 

Division st., at i»ickson st.. Cherry av. Hickory av. and Branch st " 1579 

Division st., at 41st, 42d, 43d. 44th and St, Louis avs " 1580 

Division St.. at 48th av ' ,<. -.n^^ 

Division St., at Franklin st u 2609 

Divisiea St., at H®yneav ' u 929 

Dix St., east and west sides, at Chicago av u 2gl0 

Dobson ay., at 77th st 



Dole st,, at 31st st u 26IO 

Douglas blvd., at 13th st ^' 1672 

Dover St., at and near Leland av u 2054 

Drake av., at Melrose and School sts u 990 

Drew St., at and near 106th st .'..'.'.'.'.'.'." " 1733 

Drew St., at lOrth st ., -,«^« 

^ , ^^ 1d<o 

Drexel av., at ^7th st ^ ic^o 

•r. , lO^d 

Drexel av , at 77th, 78th and 79th streets u 920 

Drexel av. , at 78th and 79th sts '..**.".."'.' " 2052 

Drexel av., at 91st and 92d pis " 706 

Dunning St., at Ballou St. and Drake av .'.'.'.'."**.'.'."" " 1579 

Dunning st., a'fCentral Park av " 1671 

Dunning st., at 40th av ^. j^-o. 

Dunning st., at Hamlin av " 2609 

Dunning st., at Harding and Springfield avs ^^ 1(^77 

Dunning St., at Smalley ct u goq 

Dunning St., at Western av v. X^ 

East Circle av., at north intersection of Ceylon av " 710 

East Circle av. , at Crescent and Mulberry avs. and Norwood pi " 710 

East Circle av., at Hobartav. and Walnut st " 709 

East Circle av., 200 ft. s©uth from Norwood pi " 710 

East Circle av. , 300 feet northwest from Norwood pi . ...".'...'.'" - 710 

Eastman st., at Cherry av. u ^-jg 

East Meridian av. , at 104th, 105th and 107th sts ." . . . " . " ..... " 1670 

East Meridian st, at 107th st c. -^qjq 

East Ravenswood Pk. , at Bryn Mawr, Thorndale and Peterson avs '.'."' '^ 1963 

East Ravenswood Pk., at Waveland av ^> 1S58 

Eddy St.. at Albany av .. 355 

Eddy St., at 40th av .. 00^5 



CCXLVI 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Coutinued. 

Page 

, , , Passed 1%2 

Eddy St. at 42d av ^^ 

Eddy St.. at Hamlin and Springfield avs , -^^^^ 

Eddv St. . at Lawndale av ' 

^r 1 2614: 

Edison st. at Myrtle av ^^ 

Edgewater av.. at Hermitage av ^^ ' ^ 

Ed^ewater av., at Hermitage and Ashland avs. and Clark st -^^-^^ 

Edgewater pi., at east and west line ©f Clark St., and at alley east and west of ^^ ^^ 

Clark st ^ ^^. 

Eo-trleston av., at 971 h st. and pi 

Eio-hteenth pi., at Ashland. Hoyne and Oakley avs., Paulina, Wood, Robey and 

Leavltt sts ^^ ^^^^^ 

Eighteenth pi. at Hdyne av ,^ '^ 

Eighteenth ph. at Leavltt st. and Oakley av ^^ ^^^- 

Eighteenth pi., at Loorais st ^^ "^^^^ 

Eighteenth St. and Ashland av _^ ^^^ 

Eighteenth St., at Avers av ^^ ^;^^ 

Eighteenth st. , at Harding av ^ ^;^^ 

Eighteenth st. and pi., at Morgan st ^^ 'Z^ 

Eighteenth St., at Ridgeway and 42d avs _^ ' 

Eighteenth St., at Walleck ct ,_ .^^^^ 

Eightieth pi., at Wallace st ^^ ~ ^j 

Eio-htieth St.. at Colfax and Saginaw avs _ 

Eightieth and Slst sts., S2d st. and pi. and S3d st., at Exchange av |- l^J* 

Eightieth, Slst and 82d sts.. at Kimbark av '" '^'}J^ 

Eightieth st., at Muskegan, Escanaba, Exchange and Railroad avs " lur^o 

Eightieth, Slst. S2d and S3d sts., at Muskegan av ' "" J^'^ 

Eightieth St., at Normal av. and Wallace st., Uni©n and Emerald avs '^- ~blL 

Eightieth, Slst and S2d sts.. at Muskegan av ^'' 1°' 

Eightieth and S2d sts.. at Sherman av ^^ ' 

Eightieth, Slst and S2d st.. at Vincennes av ^^' ^^'^^ 

Eighty-first and S2d sts., S3d st. and pL, at Bond av | -J^o- 

Eio-htv-first pi., at Eoierald av • 

Eighty-first St.. at Normal av., Butler and Wallace sts., and Emerald av. ^^ ^ ^^ 

and Vincennes rd " 

Eio-htT-fir^t St., at Sherman, Muskegon, Escanaba. Exchange. Commercial and 

° ^-^ , ^ •' 1673 

Railroad avs ^ „ 

Eightv-first st.. at Yates av A" " ' "• a 

Eio-htv-«econd st., at Railroad. Commercial. Houston. Coles, Bond. Ontario and 

, . . . '• 16(0 

Escanaba avs ^, ^-,^ 

Eio'hty-second St.. at Vincennes rd - • - 

Eighty-third St., north line, at and near Emerald av.. and at Kerfoot av. and V m- ^^ ^^ 

cennes rd • • 

Eighty-third st.. at andnearS4th.S5thandS6thsts., at Mackinaw and Superior avs. ^^- ^^ 1<.'^ 

Eio-htV-fourth St.. at Green, Peoria and Sangamon sts Passed 2612, 2613 

Eighty-fifth St., at Green, Peoria. Sangamon. Morgan. Carpenter and Aberdeen sts. •• ~bl3 

Ei'htv-sixth pi. and STth st., at Vincennes rd ■ •■•• "' '* 

Eighty-sixth St.. at Summit, Peoria. Sangamon, Morgan, Carpenter, Aberdeen. ^^ 

^ May. Centre. Elizabeth and Throop " "" 

Eio-htv-seventh St., at Beverly. Winchester, Honore. Wood. Hermitage. Paulina, 

° Marshfield, Ashland, Justine. Laflin, Bishop, Loomis, Ada, Throop, Eliza- 
beth, Centre. May. Aberdeen, Carpenter. Morgan. Sacramento. Peoria. C. R. 

I. &, P. R. R., Logan and Halsted sts 

Eighty-seventh st.. at Sangamon st ^ ' 

Eighty-seventh, SSth and S9th sts, at Winchester av ^ ^^\' -^^'j'^ 

Eighty-seventh St.. at Yates av. and Sangamon st Passea "-.bU. Lbla 



INDEX. CCXLVII 

ORDINANCES—GRADE— Continued. 

Pagre 

Eig-hty-eig-hth and S9tfe sts., at Ada st Passed 708 

Eighty-eig-hth St., at Halsted, Logan, C, R. I. & P. R'y, Sangamon, Morgan, Car- 
penter, Aberdeen, May, Centre, Elizabeth, Throop, Ada, Loomis, Bishop, 

Laflin, Justine, Ashland, Marshfield and Paulina sts " 1G79 

Eighty-eighth St., at Hermitage, Wood, Honore, Winchester avs. and C, R. I. 



P. R\y. 



ItiSO 



Eighty-eighth and 89th sts., at Loomis st " -^20 

Eighty-eighth St., at Peoria St " '<''* 

Eighty-ninth St., at Vincennes rd " 1672 

Elizabeth aT., at South Chicago av ;•• " 1676 

Elizabeth st., at 56th and 58th sts " 355 

Elizabeth st., at 68th st " "^'^ 

Elizabeth St., at 70th st / 1^72 

Elizabeth St., at 71st st " ^^3 

Elizabeth st., at 86th st " 2613 

Elizabeth St., at 87th st " 1680 

Elizabeth st., at 88th st " 1679 

Elizabeth st., at 103d st • • • " 356 

Elizabeth st., at Garfield blvd " 922 

Elizabeth St., at Garfield blTd., 60th and 61st sts " 1795 

Ellis av., at 77th st " 1674 

Ellis av., at78th and 79th sts " 2052 

Ellsworth St., at and near Polk St., and at Mather st " 1671 

Elston av., at Clybourn pi. and Rawson st " 709 

Elston ay., at 42d, Selwyn, 43d, Lowell (43d ct.), Lawrence, Wisconsin, 44th and 

and Leland avs • " 936 

Elston av., at Ingraham st " 1579 

Elston av., at Maple av. and Whipple st " 1858 

Elston av., at Maplewood av " 3054 

Elston av., at Monticello and Central Park avs " I860 

Elston av., at Paulina pi ^ '' 931 

Elston av. , at Warsaw and Schubert avs " 1579 

Elston av., at Wisconsin av " 353 

Elston av., at Milwaukee av " 1670 

Elwood St., at Lunt av " 1670 

Emerald av., at 25th and Buena Vista pis " I860 

Emerald av.. at 32d st " 1733 

Emerald ay., at 47th st " 2546 

Emerald av., at 64th, 65th and 66th sts " l'<95 

Emerald av., at 466 ft. south of 64th st - " 2750 

Emerald av. at and near 83d st., and at 80th and 81st sts and 81st pi " 2612 

Emerald av., at 97th st '^ 2751 

Emerson av., at Oakley av " 1860 

Emerson st., at Oakley av " 1678 

Ems St., at Irving and Claremont avs " 1677 

Erie St., at Campbell av '" 1859 

Escanaba av., at 80th and 82d sts " 1675 

Escanaba av., at 81st st " 1673 

Estes av., at Sheridan rd '" 1582 

Euclid av., at South Chicago av '' 1676 

Euclid av., at Raven st '' 353 

Evanston av. , at Dakin st. and Gary pi " 2053 

Evanston av., (at Halsted st.) near Sheridan rd "■ 2053 

Everell av., at72d av " 2871 

Evergreen av., at Milwaukee av " 1675 



CCXLVIII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continuea. 

Page 

Evergreen av., at St. Louis aad Central Park avs Passed 1580 

Evergreen st., at Norwood Park av , " 923 

Evergreen st., at Raven st " 353 

Exchange av., at 80th st '' 1675 

Exchange av., at SOth and 81st sts., 82d st. and pi. and 83d st •' IT'.H 

Exchange av., at 81st st " 1673 

Fairfield av., at 19th st .'' 931 

Fairfield av. , at 63d st ' ' 1678 

Fairfield av., at Schubert av " 72 

Fairfield av., at Taylor and George sts " 1672 

Fargo av. , at Per r y st ' ' 2871 

Fargo av , at Sheridan rd •• 1582 

Farwell av., at alley east of Ridge rd. and Central st '• 1670 

Farwell av., at Sheridan rd '' 1582 

Farwell av. , at West Ravensvrood Park " 1671 

Ferdinand St., at Hoyne and Oakley avs " 1678 

Ferdinand St., at Leavitt and Paulina sts ' '' 355 

Ferdinand st., at Lincoln st '^ 2053 

Ferdinand st, at Robey and Lincoln sts " 1857 

Fifth av., at 32d st " 1723 

Fifth av., at 47th st " 2546 

Fourteenth pi., at Rockwell and Tolman sts '■ 1580 

Fourteenth St., at California av " 1582 

Fourteenth st., at 45th av " 2609 

Fifteenth pi., north and south line, at Jefferson st " 921 

Fifteenth st., at 45th av " 2609 

Fifteenth st., at Jefferson st " 921 

Fifteenth st.;, at Ridgeway av ' " 1674 

Fortieth ay., at Addison, School, Roscoe and Eddy sts., Belmont, Milwaukee 

and Cornelia avs , '• 2055 

Fortieth av., at Archer av Passed 921, 2750 

Fortieth av.,at Dakin St., Warwick pL, Waveland av. and subway C. & N. W. Ry. Passed 2871 

Fortieth av., at Hirsch st " 356 

Fortieth av., at Milton pi " 2867 

Fortieth av., at Parker, Schubei't, Wrightwood and Dunning " 1794 

Fortieth, 41st, 42d, 43d and 44th avs., at 20th st " 2051 

Fortieth, 41st, 42d, 43d and 44th avs., at 21st st. " 2051 

Fortieth av., at 21st pi " 2051 

Fortieth av., at 21st st " 1580 

Fortieth ct., at FuUerton av " 2869 

Fortieth ct. , at Grand av " 356 

Fortieth ct., at 12th st '^ 931 

Fortieth pi. , at California av " 1675 

Forty-first, 42d avs., 43d av. and ct., 44th, 45th and 48th avs., at Archer av " 922 

Forty-first av., at Choctaw av " 2614 

Forty-first, 42d, 43d and 44th avs., at 22d st " 2052 

Forty-first, 42d, 43d and 44th avs., at Crystal st '' 926 

Forty-first, 42d, 43d and 44th avs., at Division st '• 1580 

Forty-first av., at Milwaukee and Belmont ar., Henderson, School and Melrose 

sts " 2055 

Forty-first av., at Potomac and Karaerling avs " 1859 

Forty-first, 42d, 43d and 44th avs., at 21st st " 2052 

Forty-first and 42d cts., at Addison st " 2054 

Forty-first ct., at Dickens av '' 73 

Forty-first ct., at Harvard st " 1794 



INDEX. CCXLIX 

ORDINANCES— GKADE—Continued. 

Page 
Forty- first, 42d, 43d, 44th, 45th sts., 46th st. and 46th pi., 47th st. and 47th pi., 

48th St. and 4bth pi. and 49th st., at Western av Passed 924 

Forty-second av., at Addison st " 20o5 

Forty-second av. and ct., at Archer av " '^''^^ 

Forty-second, 43d, 44th, 45th and 46th avs.. at Augusta st. " 1^57 

Forty-second av. and ct., at Belmont av " '^^^^ 

Forty-second av., at Chicago, Iowa, Cornelia, Cortez, Thomas, Haddon, Potomac 

and Kamerling '' 2ol0 

Forty-second av., (produced, etc.,) at Choctaw av " 2614 

Forty-second av., at 18th st " ^^'^ 

Forty-second, 48d avs. and 43d ct. (Lowell av.), at Elston av " ^26 

Forty-second av. , at Madison st " 1^58 

Forty-second av., at Waveland, Addison, Eddy, Cornelia and Byron " 1963 

Forty-second ct. ( produced) , at Archer av • 2869 

Forty-second ct. , at Chicago av " 2610 

Forty-second ct., at Colorado ay " '^^ 

Forty-second ct. , at 12th st • • • " 2749 

Forty-third av. and ct., at Belmont av " 2611 

Forty-third av. and ct., at Chicago av " 2610 



Forth-third ar., at Cortez st. 



^' 2612 

Forty-third av., at Milwaukee av " 21)55 

F@rty-third av, and ct., at Sunnyside av " ^26 

Forty-third av., at 21st st " 2545 

Forty-third av. and ct., at Wilson av " ^27 

Fortv-third ct., at Waveland and Milwaukee avs '' 2055 

" 1675 



Fortj^-third st., at Albany and Archer avs 

Ferty -third st. , at Archer av " ^^^^ 

Forty-third St., at Robey st , '' ^29 

Forty-third st., at Sacramento av "' 1859 

Forty- fourth av., 100 feet north of northeast corner of Avondale and 44th avs. . . '" 2052 

Forty- fourth av., near Avondale av " 20o3 

Forty-fourth av. (produced) , at Belmont av " 2611 

Forty-fourth av., at Chicago av _• " 2610 

Forty-fourth av., 150 feet south of C. & N.-W. Ry '. " 2052 

Forty-fourth av., at bottom of subway C. & N.-W. Ry " 2052 

Forty-fourth av., at northeast line Elston av , "* '' 926 

Forty-fourth (Hunting) av., at Kamerling, Potomac and Crystal aves " 1581 

Forty-fourth av., at Haddon, Cortez, Cornelia, Iowa and Rice " 2612 

Forty-fourth av. and ct., 45th av. and 46th av. and ct., at Lawrence av " 926 

Forty-fourth av. and ct. , at Sun ny side, Wilson and Leland avs " 927 

Fortj-fourth ct., 45th av. and ct., 46th, 47th and 48th avs., at Armitage avs " 1581 

Fo ty-fourth ct. and ay., at Cullom av " 2053 

Forty-fourth, 45th, 46th, 47th, 48th, 50th, 51st, 52d, 53d, 54th, 55th, 56th and 57th ^ 

sts., at Kedzie av " ^"^ 

Forty-fourth St., at Lincoln st " 929 

Forty-fifth av., at Avondale "iv.. .., " 2053 

Forty-fifth av. and ct., produced, at Belmont av '" 2611 

Forty-fifth av., at Chicago av ••• " 2610 

Forty-fifth av., at Cortez st " 2612 

Forty-fifth av. , at and near Grace st " 1963 

Forty-fifth av., at Milwaukee av., bottom of subway " 1963 

S^orty-flfth av. and ct., at North av " 923 

Forty-fifth av., at Sunnyside, Wilson and Leland avs " 927 

Forty-fifth av., at 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th sts " 2609 

Forty-fifth ct., at Jackson st., Gladys av.. Van Buren, Congress and Harrison sts '• 72 



CCL 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Forty-fifth st., at Gross av. and Justine st Passed 2614 

Forty-fiftli St., at Lafliu st '' 1672 

Forty-fifth st., atMarshfieid and Hermitage avs., Paulina, Lincoln and R©bey sts. " 929 

Forty-sixth av. (Belt Line), at Archer av , " 923 

Forty-sixth av., at Grace st " 2545 

Forty-sixth av. and et., at Sunnyside, Wilson and Leland avs " 927 

Forty-sixth av., at 12th st " 925 

Forty-sixth ct., at Belmont av " 2611 

Forty-sixth st.,, at Winchester av, and Robey st " 929 

Forty-seventh av., at Avondale av. and Lake st " 931 

Forty-seventh av. and ct.. at Belmont av " 2611 

Forty-seventh av., at Byron, Bernice and Grace sts " 2545 

Forty-seventh av., at Lake st , " 1672 

F®rty-seventh av. and ct., at Lawrence av '' 926 

Forty-seventh and 48th avs., at North av " 923 

Forty-seventh av. and ct., at Sunnyside, Wilson and Leland avs " 927 

Forty-seventh and 48th pis., 49th st. and pi., 50th st. and pi. and 51st pi., at 

Leavitt st " 1793 

Forty-seventh st , at Central Park and Archer avs " 921 

Forty-seventh st., at Halsted, Emerald, Union, Wallace, Butler, Shields, Prince- 
ton, 5th av., Wentworth (and 250 and 470 feet east of) " 2546 

Forty-seventh, 49th, 50th and 51st sts., at Lawndale av " 922 

Forty-seventh st. , at Seeley av '' 1794 

Forty-eighth av., at Augusta, Cortez, Thomas, Hadden, Division, Hirsch, Beach, 

LeMoyne and Pierce •' 1677 

Forty-eighth av., at Belmont av " 2611 

Forty-eighth av., at Byron, Berenice and Grace sts " 2545 

Forty-eighth and 49th avs., at Medill av ^' 1678 

Forty-eighth av., at Independence and Penn pis. " 2052 

Forty-eighth av,, at Lawrence av " 926 

Forty-eighth av., at Philadelphia pi., Rice, Iowa and Cornelia sts " 356 

Forty-eighth ct., at Armitage av " 2615 

Forty-eighth ct., at Grand av " 72 

Forty-eighth st., at Marshfield, Winchester, Seeley, Hoyne, Oakley. Artesian, 

Campbell and Maplewood avs., Honore, Robey, Leavitt and Rockwell sts. . " 1678 

Forty-ninth av. and ct. , at Armitage av " 2615 

Forty-ninth and 50th avs'., at Austin av " 73 

Forty-ninth and 50th avs. , at Iowa st •' 2052 

Forty-ninth pi. and st., 48th and 47th pis., at Oakley av " 1792 

Forty-ninth st. and pi., at Hoyne av " 1793 

Forty-ninth st. (railroad) and Western av '' 924 

Forty-ninth and 50th sts., at Winchester, Honore and Marshfield. " 1793 

Fiftieth av., at Armitage av " 2615 

Fiftieth av., at Medill av " 1678 

Fiftieth ct. and 51st av., at Catalpa av " 1670 

Fiftieth pi. and st., and 51st pi. and St., at Oakley av . . , " 1793 

Fiftieth st., at Indiana av " 1795 

Fiftieth St. and pi., at Hoyne av " 1793 

Fiftieth St., at Maplewood av " 1857 

Fiftieth st., at Oakley, Leavitt, Winchester, Honore, Marshfield, Artesian, 

Campbell, Rockwell and Hoyne " 1793 

Fiftieth St., at Seeley av " 1794 

Fiftieth st. and pi., 51st st. and pi., 52d, 53d and 54th sts., at Western av " 924 

Fifty-first st. and .52nd avs., at Iowa st " 356 

Fifty-first ct., at Augusta st " 356 



INDEX. CCLI 

ORDINANCES -GRADE -Continued. 

Faire 

Fifty-first ct., at Fulton st. and Park av Passed 1?> 

Fifty-first ct., at Iowa st " -j^^ 

Fifty-first st., at Kedzie, Sawyer, "Spaulding-, Turner, Homan, Trumbull. St. 

Louis and Central Park avs " \^u4l 

Fifty-first, 52d, 53d and 54th sts., at Millard and Lawndale " 1793 

Fifty-first, 52d, 53d and 54th sts., at Maplewood av " 1794 

Fifty-first st., at Oakley av " 1673 

Fifty-second av. , at Augusta st " 2546 

Fifty-second av., at Carmen, "Winona and Winnemac avs '' 2613 

Fifty-second st., at Lincoln, Honore and Wood sts '" 1963 

Fifty-second st., at Sangamon and Paulina sts. and Marshfield av " 355 

Fifty-second and 53d sts., at Sawyer, Spaulding-, Turner, Homan, Trumbull and 

St. Louis avs " 1676 

Fifty-second St., at Winchester av " 1672 

Fifty-third av., at Carmen, Winona and Winnemac avs " 2613 

Fifty-third pi., 54th pi. and st,, 55th and 56th sts., 57th st. and pi,, 58th st. and 

pi., and 59th st. and pi., at St. Bonis av '' 1792 

Fifty-third st., at Marshfield av. and Paulina st " 355 

Fifty-third st., at Winchester av., Lincoln, Honore and Wood sts " 1963 

Fifty-fourth av., at Carmen, Arg-yle, Norwood Park, Winona and Winnemac avs. '' 2613 

Fiftj'-fourth av., at Foster av " 2614 

Fifty-fourth ct., at Carmen av , . . . " 2613 

Fifty-fourth st., at Paulina st " 355 

Fifty-fourth st., at Wallace st " 1673 

Fifty-fourth st., at Winchester av., Lincoln, Honore and Wood sts " 1964 

Fifty-fifth St., at Central Park, Millard, Lawndale, Trumbull, Homan, Turner, 

Spaulding and Sawyer avs " 1791 

Fifty-fifth St., at Gage ct., Camjabell, Maplewood and Rockwell '" 1794 

Fifty-sixth St., at Ada, Throop and Elizabeth sts.. Normal av. and Wallace st., and 

lOOfeet east of Wallace st " 355 

Fifty-sixth and 57th sts., at and near Calumet av '• 1581 

Fifty-sixth st. and pi., at Stewart av , . .* '' 353 

Fifty-sixth to 71st sts., inclusive, at Western av " 1675 

Fifty-sixth, 57th and 58th sts. , at Wood st '' 2871 

Fifty-eighth st. at Ada, Throop and Elizabeth sts " 355 

Fifty-eighth St., at Armour av " 1581- 

Fif t3^-eighth st. , at Carpenter and Aberdeen sts " 1 673 

Fifty-eighth, 59th, 60th, 61st, 62d and 63d sts., at Kedzie av '' 75 

Fifty-eighth st., at May st ^' 926 

Fifty-eighth St., at Sangamon, Peoria and Green sts " 1672 

Fifty-ninth St., at and near Armour av. and Dearborn st " 1581 

Fifty-ninth st., north side of L. S. & M. S. and C, R. I & P. Rys. (side- J S. &A.,S.D. 666 

walk grade) (Fin 836 

Fifty -ninth st., at Parnell av Passed 1794 

Fifty-ninth st., at Western, Claremout, Oakley, Irving, Hamilton, Hoyne and 

Seeley avs., Leavitt and Robey sts " 1674 

Flournoy St., at Claremont av '' 1857 

Forest av. , at Bryan av ' ' 931 

Forest av. , at Rogers av ' ' 2871 

Forest Glen av., at Catalpa av " 1670 

Foster av., at east side and west side of bridge, etc., west of Francisco st '' 73 

Foster av., at 54th av. '' 2614 

Foster av., at points west of Francisco av " 78 

Foster av., at Francisco, Kedzie, Sawyer, Spaulding, Phinney, Kimball, Trum- 
bull and St. Louis avs " 73 



CCLII 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 



Pag:e 



Poster av. , at 590 feet east of Kedzie av 

Poster av. , at Oakley and Claremont avs 

Fox ct. , at Hobart av 

Fox ct., at Hobart st 

Francis St., at Clark st 

Francisco av. , at Archer av 

Francisco av. , at Colorado av 

Francisco av., at 25th pi 

Francisco av. , at 63d st 

Francisco st. , at Carroll av 

Francisco St., at Cortez st 

Francisco st. , at Foster av 

Francisco st., at Fullerton av. and Adams st , 

Prank ct., at Norwood Park av 

Franklin st., at Division st 

Fullerton av., at Ballou st. and Smalley ct , 

Fullerton av., at 40th et, point near 41st av., east and west line of subway C, M. 

& St. P. R"y 

Fullerton av., at Francisco st : 

Fullerton av. , at Western av 

Fulton St., at 51st et 

Pulton St. , at Maplewood av 

Gag:e ct. , at 55th st 

Gage Park at Garfield blvd ., 

Garfield av., at and near P. C. C. & St. L. R. R 

Garfield blvd., at Center av., Elizabeth, Throop, Ada and Loorais sts 

Garfield blvd., at Elizabeth and Sangamon sts 

Garfield blvd., at Gage pk. andP., C. & St. L. Ry 

Garfield blvd., at Marshfield and Hermitage avs. and Paulina and Wallace sts, 

and 100 feet east of Wallace st , ■ 

Garfield blvd., at Robey st., Seeley, Hoyne, Hamilton and Western avs 

Garrett st. , at 31st st , 

Gary pi. , at Evanston and Pine Grove avs 

Gates av., at 6Sth st .■ 

George ct., at Austin av 

George pi., at Kinzie st 

George st. , at Sawyer, Spaulding and Woodward avs 

George st., at Talman and Maplewood avs. and Rockwell sts. 

George st., at Washtenaw and Fairfield avs. . 

Girard st. , at Milwaukee av 

Gladys av., at 45th ct 

Gladys av., at Washtenaw, California and Rockwell 

Glen Lake av. , at Paulina st. and Hermitage av 

Grace st. , at Albany av 

Grace st., at ani near 45th av 

Grace st. , at 4(ith, 47th and 48th avs 

Grace st., at Hamlin, Ridgeway and Lawndale avs 

Grace st. , at Kedzie av, and Troy st 

Grace st. , at Lawndale av 

Grace st., at Marshfield av , 

Grace st. , at Monticello and Central Park avs 

Grace st., at Western av 

G race st. , at Wilton av 

Graceland av., at Pine Grove av 

Grand av. , at Artesian av 



Passed 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 



CCLIil 



I 



Gi'and av., at Augusta St., Sawyer and St. Louis avs 'Passed 

Grand av. , at Hirsch st. and 40th ct « " 

Grand av., at North 48th ct " 

Grand av., at St. Louis av " 

Grand av., at Superior st " 

Grant pL, at Sedgwick st " 

Grant St., at Hobart and Crescent avs " 

Grant St., at 72d av , " 

Green st., at Chicago av " 

Green st., at 58th st ■ " 

Green st., at 70th and 71st sts " 

Green st. , at 72d st 

Green St., at 73d, 74th and 75th sts '' 

Green st., at 84th st " 

Green st., at 85th st " 

Greenleaf av., at Sheridan rd '' 

Greenwood av., at 77th st '' 

Grove St., at Canal st 

Gross av., at 45th st '' 

I Gross ter., at Madison st " 

Haddon av., at 42d av " 

Haddon av., at 44th av " 

Haddon av. , at 48th av " 

Haddon av., at Hoyne av " 

Haddon av., at Leavitt st " 

Haddon av., at Oal^ley av " 

Haddon av., at Robey st •' 

Haines st., at Halsted s£ "■ 

Halsted st., at Bradley pi., Brompton and Newport avs. and Roscoe st " 

Halsted st., at north and south curb of Branch st " 

Halsted st., at 19th and 31st pis " 

Halsted st., at 25th and S8th sts " 

Halsted st., at 47th st " 

Halsted st., at 72d st 

Halsted st., at 87th st " 

Halsted st., at and near 95th, 96th, 97th, 98th and 99th sts Passed 2750, 

Halsted st. , at Hooker and H aines sts Passed 

Halsted st., at John pi., O'Neil and Lumber sts. and South Branch river 

Halsted st., at Meridian st ' " 

Halsted st. (and Evanston av.), at 250 feet north of Sheridan rd " 

Halsted st., at Vincennes rd " 

Hamburg st., at Claremont av '' 

Hamburg st., at Irving av " 

Hamilton av., at 63d st and Garfleld blvd " 

Hamilton av. , at 67th st ' ^ 

Hamilton av., at 59th st 

Hamilton av., at 107th st 

Hamlin av. , at Addison st. ' • 

Hamlin av. , at Archer av Passed 921, 

Hamlin av., at Byron, Grace and Addison sts., C. & N. W. Ry., and Avondale av. Passed 
Hamlin av., at Columbia, Wabansia, Blooraingdale, Cortland, Dunning and 

Schubert 

Hamlin av., at Eddy, Cornelia and Roscoe *. " 

Hamlin av., at Lyndale av '• 

Harming av. , produced, at Archer av " 



Page 
355 

356 

72 

1580 

928 
1675 

709 
2871 
2610 
1672 

353 

922 
2750 
2612 
2613 
1582 
1674 
1858 
2614 
1858 
2610 
2612 
1677 

929 
1791 

355 
1858 

921 
2053 

920 
1581 
1679 
2546 

922 
1680 
2751 

921 
1670 

2053 

72 
1857 
1S58 
929 
1861 
1674 
1676 
2871 
2750 
1859 

2609 

2611 

2615 

921 



CCLIV 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 



at 18th, 19th, 21st and 22d sts 

at 27th st 

at Schubert ar 

at Wrightw®od av. and Dunning st. 



Harvard av. 
Harvard av. 
Harvard St.. 
Harvard st., 
Harvard st.. 



f Pag:e 

at Cortland st. and Blooming'clale rd Passed 2615 

" 925 

" 1677 

" 2611 

" 1677 

'' 1673 

, •' 2610 

" 72 

" 1860 

" 707 

" 1580 

'' 353 

" 2750 

" 707 

" 2868 

" lfi71 

" 1794 

" 1672 

'' 709 

" 1582 



Harding av., 
Harding av.. 
Harding av.. 
Harding av.. 
Harding av.. 

Harrison St., at Congress Park 

Harrison st., at Congress Park, Union and Cicero cts 

Harrison st., at 45th ct 

Harrison st. , at Law av 

Hart St. , at Kinzie st 

Hart well av., at 66th (south curb) and 415 feet north of 67th st . . . . 

Harvard av. , at 69th st 

Harvard av., at and near 70th st 

, at 103d st 

, at 114th and 118th sts , 

, at Clifton Park, St. Louis, Trumbull and Homan avs 

, at 41st ct 

, at Turner, Spaulding and Sawyer avs 



and Ed.gewater avs. and Ceme- 



Hawthorne st. , at Larrabee and Clay sts , 

Hayes av., at Sheridan rd 

Heine st., at Cleveland av 

Henderson st., at 41st av 

Hermitage av., at Bryn Mawr, Olive, Hollywood 

tery entrance 

Hermitage av., at Chicago av.. • 

Hermitage av., at 45th st 

Hermitage av., at 68th and 67th sts 

Hermitage av. , at 69th st 

Hermitage av., at 88th and 87th sts 

Hermitage av. , at Garfleld blvd ■ 

Hermitage av., at Glen Lake av 

Hermitage av., at Irving Park blvd 

Hermitage av. , at Marianna and Diversey sts 

Hermitage av., at Thorndale av. and Kinzie st 

Hermitage av., at Winnemac av 

Hermitage av., at Winnemac, Hermitage, Olive, Hollywood and Edgewater avs. 

Cemetery entrance and Thorndale av 

Hickey av., at Rees, Cherry and Division sts 

Hill St., at Clark st. and Ashland av 

Hillock St., at Short st 

Hirsch st. , at 4Sth av 

Hirsch st., at Grand and 40th avs . 

Hirsch st., at and near Homan av 

Hobart av.. at Avondale, Myrtle, West and East Circle avs.. Grant st., Colfax pi 

and Peck ct 

Hobart av. , at Fox ct. , Cheney av. and Clarendon st 

Hobart st., ai Fox ct., Cheney av. and Clarend®u st 

Hollywood av., at Hermitage av 

Hollywood av., at Hermitage and Ashland avs. and Clark st 

Holt St. , at Chicago av 

Holt St. , at Clarinda st 

Holt St., at and near Wabansia av 

Homan av., at Archer av * Passed 921, 2749 

Homan av., at Carroll av " 9^1' 1^^^ 



2055 



706 

1857 



354 

1680 
355 
1968 
1858 
2614 
707 
1673 

2054 
1579 
2053 

931 
1677 

356 
2055 

709 
1673 

709 

706 
2054 

921 
2750 
2609 



Homan av., at 37th pi. 



Passed 926 



INDEX. CCLV 

ORDINANCES— GRADE -Continued. 

Paf?e 
Homan av., at 51st St Passed 1G74 



16T6 
1792 
2055 



355 

167 



Homan av., at 53d and 53d sts ,, 

Homan av. , at 55th st 

Homan ay., at and near Hirsch st 

Homan av., at Lexington, Polk and Harvard sts., and C. &G. W. Ry " 1671 

Homan av., at Walnut st " '^'^^ 

Homer st. , at Kedzie av '■ 

Honore st. , at 4Sth st 

Honore st., at 49th and 50th sts '' 1''93 

Honore St., at 52d and 53d sts " 1968 

Honore St., at 54th st " 1964 

H@nore St., at 60th, 61st and 62d sts " 2052 

Honore St., at 67th and 68th sts " 1S61 

Honore st., at 69th st Passed 354, 1581, 1862 

Honore St., at 88th and 87th sts " IPSO 

Honore St., at Winchester av " 1^60 

Hooker st.-, at Halsted st " 921 

Houston av., at 82d st " 1675 

Howard av., at Perry st. • " 3871 

Howard ct., at 95th st. and pi., 96th, 97th and 99th sts " 1679 

Howard st., at Sheridan rd. . " 1582 

Hoxie av., at 106th and 104th sts " 1794 

Hoyne av., at Crystal st " 1580 

Hoyne ar., at Division, Cortez and Cornelia sts., Haddon av. and Lee pi " 929 

Hoyne av., at Ferdinand st and Potomac av '' 1678 

Hoyne av., at 12th st " 1B57 

Hoyne av., at 17th st., 18th pi. and 23d pi " 1581 

Hoyne av., at 20th st. and 18th pi " 925 

Hoj ne av. , at 21st and 22d pis " 928 

Hoyne av., at 48th st " 1678 

Hoyne av., at 49th st. and pi., 50th st. and pi " 1793 

Hoyne av., at 59th st '' 1674 

Hoyne av., at 63d st. and Garfield blvd " 929 

Hoyne av., at 69th st " 354r 

Hoyne av., at 70th st. and pi " 1862 

Hoyne av., at 71st st., 67th st. and pi.. 68th st. and pi. and 69th pi " 1861 

Hoyne av., at 107th st '' 1676 

Hoyne av., at Jackson and VanBuren pis., and DeKalb st " 1677 

Hoyne av., at James st " 2750 

Hoyne av., at Park av ... " 1579 

Hoyne av., at Potomac av " 1677 

Hoyne ct., at Alice pi. and North av '" 1672 

Humboldt blvd., at Diversey av ■ '' ''^09 

Humboldt st. , at Cortez st " 1677 

Humboldt St., at Milwaukee av " 709 

Humboldt st., at 63d st '' 167& 

Humboldt st., at Wellington and Archev avs " 923 

Illinois av., at Bond av '' 2052 

I. C. R. R. , east line, at 72d pi " 354 

L C. R. R. and 115th st " 75 

Illinois and Michigan Canal, at Western av '' 924 

Independence pi., at 48th av ' ' 2052 

Indiana av., at 36th st. and pi " 74 

Indiana av. , at 50th st " 1795 

Indiana av., at 66th st., and 415 feet north of 67th st " 1580 



CCLVI INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GRADE-C©ntinued. 

Indiana av. , at (59th st ' Passed 354 

Indiana av., at 100th St., 103d st. and pi., lOith, 105th, 106th, 107th and 108th sts. " - 2869 
Indiana av., at 108th, 109th, 110th sts., 111th, 112th sts. and pis., 113th st., 114th 

St. and pi., at and near 116th st., 117th and 118th sts. and pis., and 119th st. . . " 2870 

Indiana av. , at 115th st " 74 

Indiana st., at Senneca st. and Peshtigo et. and Ridgeway av " 1581 

Ingleside av. , at 77th st ' ' 1674 

Ingleside av. , at 78th and 79th sts " 1677 

Ingomar av., at Raven st •' 358 

Ingraham st. , at Elston av " 1579 

Iowa St., at 42d av " 2610 

I©wa St., at 44th av '' 2612 

Iowa St., at 48th, 51st and 52d avs " 356 

I©wa St., at 49th and 50th avs " 2052 

Iowa St. , at 51st ct " 355 

Iowa St., at St. Louis av " 1579 

Irving av. , at Cullom av " 928 

Irving av., at Eras st. . . " 1677 

Irving av., at W. 24th and 25th sts " 931 

Irving av., at 59th st 'V 1674 

Irving av., at 63d st " 929 

Irving av. , at 107th st " 1676 

Irving av., at Hamburg st Passed 1677, 1858 

Irving Park Wvd., at Central Parle av Passed 1860 

Irving Park blvd., at Hermitage and Marshfleld avs " 1858 

Irving Park blvd., at Lawndale av, " 1791 

Irving Park blvd., at Ridgeway, Lawndale and Monticello avs " 1859 

Irving Park blvd., at Springfield av " 927 

Irving Park blvd., at Ward st " 2615 

Jackson av., at 77th, 78th and 79th sts " 920 

Jackson av., at 77th st " 1673 

Jackson av.. at 78th st A " 1674 

Jackson av., at 78th and 79th sts " 2052 

Jackson blvd., at Albany av Passed 708, 924 

Jackson blvd., at Col®rado and Seeley avs Passed 1581 

Jackson blvd., at Seeley av : " 1859 

Jackson pi., at Hoyne av " 1677 

Jackson St., at 45th ct " ''3 

James st., at Robey st. and Hoyne av " 2750 

Jansen st', at Bryn Mavs^r av " 926 

Jefferson av., at C. & W. L R. R , " 920 

Jefferson av. . at 77th st " 931 

Jefferson av., at South Chicago av " 353 

Jefferson st., at north and south line 15th pi " 921 

Jefferson st. at 15th st.. Depot pL, 20th st. and pi " 921 

Jesse ct., at Austin av " ^681 

Jessie pL, at Kinzie st " '<'07 

John pi., at Halsted st " 1670 

Jones St., at and near Western av " ^670 

Josephine av., at Raven st " 353 

Justine St., at 45th st '• 3614 

Justine st., at 60th and 61st sts '. " 1861 

Justine st., at 68th st " 930 

Justine st., at 70th and 71st sts " 2052 

Justine St., at 70th and 71st st. and pi " 2053 



INDEX. 



CCLVII 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Justine st. at 87th st Pas.sed 

Justine st., at 88th st 

Kamerling av., at 41st av '. 

Kamerling av., at 42d av 

Kamerling av., at 44th (Hunting-) av 

Kane st,, at 31st st '. 



Kedzie av. , at Archer av Pas.sed 



Page 

10.^0 

1079 

1859 

2610 

1581 

2610 

74 

9:31 

924 



Kedzie av., at Archer av., 44th, 45th, 46th, 47th, 48th, 50th, 51st, 52d, 53d, 54th, 55th, 56th 
and 57th sts Passed 

Kedzie av.. at Byron and Grace sts. and Waveland av 

Kedzie av., at 37th pi. and north and south line of C. & A. R. R. on 37th st 

Kedzie av. , at 51st st 

Kedzie av., at W. 58th, 59th, 60th, 61st, 62d and 63d sts 

Kedzie av. , at 61st and 62d pis 

Kedzie av.., at Foster av 

Kedzie av., at north line G. Trunk Ry. and 100 feet north thereof, at south line of 
same and 100 feet south thereof 

Kedzie ar., at Lexington st 

Kedzie av., at Moffatt and Homer sts 

Kensington av., at Michigan av 

Kercheval st., at 31st st 

KerfGot av., at 83d st 

Kimhall av., at Foster av 

Kimball av., at Melrose and School sts 

Kimball av. , at Scnubert av 

Kimbell av. , at Wellington st. and Allen and Noble avs 

Kimbark av., at Anthony av., 78th, 79th, 80th, 81st and 82d sts 

Kimbark av. , at South Chicago av 

Kingsbury st., at and near Ohio and Ontario sts 

Kingston st. , at N®rwood Park av 

Kingston st. , at Raven st 

Kinzie st. , at Artesian av '. Passed 707, 

Kinzie st., at Artesian and HerHiitag© avs.. Trustee, Oswe2:o, Smart, Hart and 

Baldwin sts. , George and Jessie pis Passed 

Kinzie st. , at Bixby pi ., 

Kinzie st. , at Claremont av 

Kinzie st., at Ridgeway av 

Lafayette av. , at 100th st 

Lafayette av. , at 106th pi 

Lafayette av. , at 115th and 119th sts 

Lafayette av. , at Vincennes rd 

Laflin st. , at 21st pi. (Hin man st. ) 

Latlin st., at 45th pi 

Laflin St., at 60th st 

Laflin st., at 61st st 

Laflin st. , at 68th st .' Passed 355 

Laflin st., at 70th st. and 71st st. and pi Passed 2053 

Laflin st., at 72d st '' 923 

Laflin St., at 87th st " 

Laflin st., at 88th st '• 

Lake st. , at Clarkson ct " 

Lake St., at 47th av Passed 931, 



74 

2870 

922 

1674 

75 

707 

73 

74 

1672 

355 

1582 

2610 

2612 

73 

928 

73 

75 

1791 

354 

2055 

923 

353 

2609 

707 

931 
1858 
1581 
2869 
1671 
74 
2750 

708 
1672 
1861 
1862 

930 



1680 
1679 
1580 
1672 



Langley av. , at 74th st . . Passed 1860 



CCLVIII INDEX. 

(*» 

ORDINANCEiS— GRADE— Continued . 

Page 

Larrabee st., at Hawthorne and Crosby sts Passed 709 

La Salle St., at 62d St •• " 1673 

La Salle st., at 100th st '^ 3869 

La Salie st., at 106th pi. '• " 1^71 

La Salle st., at 115th st „ ., '' ^^ 

Law av. , at Harrison and Polk sts " 1S60 

Lawndale av., at Addison, Eddy, Roscoe, School sts. and Cornelia av " 930 

Lawndale av., at Archer av Passed 921, 2749 

Lawndale av., at 4rth, 49th, 50th and 51st sts Passed 922 

Lawndale av., at 51st, 52d, 53d and 54th sts " 1^93 

Lawndale av., at 55th st " ^^^^ 

Lawndale av., at Irving Park blvd., Byron, Grace sts., WaveUnd av., and 

C. &N. W. Ry " 1^91 

Lawndale av., at Irving Park blvd., Byron, Grace and Aadison sts., Wave- 
land and Avondale avs., and C. & N. W. Ry " 1859 

Lawndale av. , at Lyndale av 

Lawndale av. , at Wabausia av 

Lawrence av., at Elston, Wisconsin, 48th, St. James, 47th, 46th, 45th and 44th 
avs., 47th, 46th and 44th cts 



Leavitt st., at 48th st. 
Leavitt st., at 59th st. 
Leavitt St., at 63d st. 
Leavitt st., at 69th st 
Leavitt st., at 70th pi 



2615 

1858 

926 



Lawrence av., at Wisconsin av. '' ^^8 

" 1671 

" 1580 



Leavitt st., at Cortez st 

Leavitt st., at Crystal st 

Leavitt st. (n©rth), at Cullom ar 

Leavitt st., at 20th st. and 18th pi '^' 9^5 

Leavitt St., at 21st pi ^' ^^^ 

Leavitt st., at 18th pi., 20th st., 21st, 22d and 23d pis 
Leavitt St., at 22d pi 



928 



928 



Leavitt St., at 47th and 48th pis., 49th St. and pi., 50th St. and pi. and. 51st pi _ " 1793 

" 1678 
" 1674 



354 

1862 



Leavitt st., at 71st st., 67th st and pi., 68th st. and pL, 69th pi. and 70th st " 1861 

Leavitt st., at or near 105th, 106th and 107th sts '' 1580 

Leavitt st., at 107th st, 



1676 



Leavitt st., at Haddon av., Cornelius and Rice sts '' lj|91 

Leavitt st., at LeMoyne and Ferdinand sts •• 

Leavitt st., at Roe st 

Leavitt st., at Wabansia av 

Lee pi. , at Hoy ne av 

Lee pi., at Robey st 

Leland av., at southwest line Elston av 

Leland av., at 44th av. and ct., 45th av., 46th av. and ct. and 47th av. and ct " 927 

Leland av., at Perry St., at and near Dover st., at Beacon and Maiden sts. and at 

Magnolia av 

Leland st., at Milton st 

Le Moyne st., at 48th av 

Le Moyne st. , at Leavitt st • 

Leo St. , at 27th st 

Lessing st. , at Chicago av ; 

Lexington av. , at 94th st 

Lexingt®n st., at Spaulding and Kedzie avs • 

Lexington st., at St. Louis and Homan avs 

Lexington st., at Western av 



355 
1857 

353 

929 
1677 

926 



2054 

2614 

1677 

355 

931 

2610 

920 

1672 

1671 

1677 



INDEX. CCLIX 

ORDINANCES-GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Loffan av., at 87th st Passed 1680 

Logan av., at 88th st ,. u ^'(iVi 

Loerais St., at 17th St., 18th pi. and 20th St '' 27.^0 

Loomis St., at 21st pi. (Hinman st) u ^.Qg 

Loomis St. , at 68th st u ygQ 

Loomis St., at 70th and 71st sts ^ - u ^^^2 

Loomis St., at 72d st u g23 

Loomis St. , at 87 th st i ; V{\^i) 

Loomis St., at 88th st u iQ~g 

Loomis St., at 88th, 89th, 90th, 91st, 92d, 93d, 94th sts., 95th st. and pi., 96th stV, 

97th St. and pL, 98th and 99th sts ' u gg^ 

Loomis St., at Garfield blvd u 92^ 

Longwood av. , at 107th st , t ; -j^g^g 



L@we av., at 25th pi. 



1860 



Lowe av. , at 70th st u 2750 

Lowe av. , at 97th st u 2751 

Lowe av.-, at 104th st .. ^670 

Lowell pi., at Polk st , u ^^^r^i 

Lilly av., at Raven st u g-g 

Lincoln av. , at Winona av u g26 

Lincoln St., at Ferdinand st .Passed 1857, 2053 

Lincoln St., at Ferdinand st. and Potomac and Carroll avs Passed 2053 

Lincoln St., at 20th st it 925 

Lincoln St., at 21st pi ' u 928 

Lincoln St., at 22d and 21st pis " u 923 

Lincoln ^t., at 31st St " <.<. 26IO 

Lincoln st., at 44th and 45th sts _/ u 929 

Lincoln st., at 52d and 53d sts ^^ X963 

Lincoln st., at 54th st i. ^^gg^ 

Lincoln st., at 67th and 68th sts u Iggj^ 

Lincoln st., at 69th st ^^. . '> 354 

Linden pi., at Sacramento av ^ -j^g^g 

Lumber st., at Halsted st .'.....". '' 1670 

Lumber st., at Union st u ggg 

Lunt av. at alley west of Ridge rd .. ^^g-j^Q 

Lunt av., at Morton, Pingree, Elwoodand Western avs " 1670 

Lunt av., at Sheridan rd c; ^^^"^ 

Luther st., at Rockwell st * ' " ' .. 923 

Luther st., at Washtenaw av. and Rockwell st '' 1672 

Lyndale av. , at Hamlin and Lawndale avs ^ > 2615 

McGlashen st., at 22d st \ . . . . .^ '• 1860 

McHenry st., at Rawson st ^' 709 

McLean St., at 31st st u 26IO 

Mackinaw av., at and near 83d st., at 84th, 85th and 86th sts ^« 1792 

Madison av., at South Chicago av '.'. " 354 

Madison St., at Albany av ..".'..'! ^*. .".'.*." .Passed 708, 924 

Madison st., at 42d av.. Gross ter., Washtenaw and Talman avs Passed 1858 

Madison st., at Seeley av ^- 1531 

Magnolia av., at Leland av ' ' * " ^ 2054 

Maiden st., at Leland av '.'........ " 2054 

Malvern av., at Rogers av u 2871 

Manistee av., at 106th and 104th sts .".'.'."."'.'." " 1794 

Manitou pi., at Western av ".'...". 

Maple av., at Ch®ctaw av ||" 

Maple ay., at Elston av 



1670 
2614 

1858 



CCLX INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Maplewood av., at C. & G. T. R. R • ^^ 

Maplewood av., at Elston aT. and George st ^^ ^^^* 

Maplewood av., at 48th and 63d sts ^' 

Maplewood av. , at 50th st ^ ^ 

Maplewood av., at 55th, 54th, 53d, 52d and 51st sts ^^ ^^^4 

Maplewood av., at Fulton st ^^ 

Maplewood av., at Milwaukee av ' ^^ 

Marcy st., at Clyhourn pi and Clay st ^^ 

Marianna st., at Paulina st. and Herantage av ^^ ^^^* 

Market sq., at Ashland av ^^ ^ 

Market sq., at 31st st ^^ 

Marquette av., at 76th st ^^ 

Marquette av., at 106th and 104th sts ^^ |^^ 

Marshtield av., at Chicago av • ^^ ^ 

Marshfield av., at 34th st. and Irving Park blvd ^^ ^^^ 

Marshtield av., at 45th st .^ ^ 

Marshfield av., at 48th st ^^ ' 

Marshfield av., at 49th and 50th sts ' • ^^ 

Marshfield av., at 52d and 53d sts. and Garfield blvd ^^ '^^^ 

Marshfield av., at 68th. 67th and 66th sts ^^ ^^ 

Marshfield av., at 69th st • ^^ ^^^^ 

Marshfield av., at S7th st ^_ ^^^^ 

Marshfield av., at 88th st... ; •• ^^ ^^^^ 

Marshfield av., at Grace st ^, ^^^^ 

Marshfield av., at Walsansia av ^^ 

Mather st., at Ellsworth st . . . ^ , ^^^^ 

May St., at Fulton st ^^ ^^^ 

May St., at 58th st ^^ ^^^ 

May sf., at 70th st ^^ ^^^ 

May St., at 71st st .^^ ^^^ 

May St., at 72d st ^^ ^^g 

May St., at 73d st * ^^ ^^^ 

May St., at 74th st ^^ ^^^^ 

May St., at 86th st ^, „g^ 

May St., at 87th st _^ ^^^^ 

May St., at 88th st ^^ ^^^ 

May St., at 103d st ^^ 

Medill av., at 48th, 49th and 50th avs ^^ ^^^ 

Melrose st., at Drake and Kimball avs ^^ ^^^^ 

Melrose st., at 41st av ^^ ^^^ 

Mendelst atClybournpl.. ::::Pa'ssed 931, 2609 

Meridian pi., at Desplaines st ' 

Meridian st., at Desplaines, Union and Halsted sts -^ assea /.ouy 

Merrill av., at South Chicago av 

Michigan av., 100 feet north of Kensington av 

Michigan av., at north and south curb 66th st. and 415 feet north of 67th st 

Michigan av., at 69th st 

Michigan av., at 99th st. and pi 

Michigan av., at 300 feet south of 100th pi 

Michigan av., at 100th st. and pi., 102d st. and pi. and 108th st ^^ _^^ 

Michigan av., at 108th and 119th sts ^^ ' 

Michigan av., at 114th st ^^ ^^^^ 

Michigan av., at 115th st ^^ 

Michigan av., at 116th, 117th st. and pi., 118th st. and pi ^^ ^^^^ 

Michigan Southern R. R., at 60th st 



1676 

1582 

1580 

354 

73 

74 

74 



2546 



INDEX. 



CCLXI 



Passed 2749, 
Passed 



St., Wells and Clark pis. and 



ORDINANCES-GRADE— Continued. 

Millard av. , at 16th st 

Millard av. , at 51st, 52d, 53d and 54t,h sts 

Millard av., at 55th st 

Miller av. , at Choctaw av 

Milton pi. , at 40th av 

Milton St., at Norwood Park av. and Warren 

Leland st 

Milwaukee av., at Devon and 64tn avs., North City Limits, Washburn and Carter 

sts. and Elston rd ,^ 

Milwaukee av., at 40th, 41st and 43d avs. and 43d ct ' " 

Milwaukee av., at 45th av. and at C, M. & St. P. Ry. ^bottom of subway) " 

Milwaukee av., Girard st. and Evererreen av. '' 

Milwaukee av., at Humboldt and Sacramento sts " 

Milwaukee av., at Norwood Park and Carmen avs " 

Milwaukee av., at Powell and Maplewood avs * a 

Milwaukee av., at and 500 feet northwest of Raven st " 

Milwaukee ar., at Sacramento av w 

Moffatt St., at Kedzie av u 

Moffat St., at Rockwell st u 

Monr®e St., at Albany av *...*.".'.'.".".'.'.'..'.".".''.'.'. 'passed 708, 

Monroe st., at Colorado and Seeley avs Passed 

Monroe st., at Sacramento and Colorado avs u 

Montana St., at Western av "a 

Montgomery st, , at Archer av i ^ 

Monticello av., at Elston and Waveland avs., Byron, Grace and Addison sts " 

Monticello av., at Irving: Park blvd ' u 

Monticello av., at Wabansia, Blooming-dale, Cortland and Armitage avs ."." 

Morgan st., at 18th st. and pi u 

Morgan St., at 70th st ' u 

Morgan St., at 71st st \ " u 

Morgan St., at 72d st 

Morgan st., at 74th st ^ 

Morgan St., at 85th and 86th sts " 

Morgan st. , at 87th st a 

Morgan st., at 8Sth st u 

Morse av., at Sheridan rd u 

Morton av., at Luntav u 

Mozart, at Wellington and Archer avs u 

Mulberry av. , at Crescent, Ceylon and East Circle ays " 

Murphy av., at Rogers av a 

Muskegon av., from 79th to 88d sts u 

Muskegon av., at 79th, SOth, 81st and 82d sts 

Muskegon av., at SOth st ...].... ' '^ 

Muskegon av., at 81st st ...".'*."."'"' '- 

Muskegon av., at 106th and 104th sts .'.".'.'.'.'.'.,'..".'."*.*.".''.".".'.' '.'.'" " 

Myrtle av., at Panama St., Hobart and Crescent avs !'.'.!*.'.! " 

Myrtle av., at West Circle and Ceylon avs ''■ 

Myrtle av., at Wilson and Edison sts '.".!!!*'.'.'. " 

Nebraska av., at Bloomingdale rd .*.'."".'.'.*.*.*.' " 

Nelson st., at Oakley av '.".".'.".".".'.'. 

Newport av., at Halsted st .'.".'.".".'.'.'.'.'.".".'."'.".'.'.'.* 

Nineteenth pi., at Halsted st 

Nineteenth st., at Fairfield av .'.'.'".'.*".'.* -^ 

Nineteenth st., at Harding av '^ 

Nineteenth st., at Ridgeway av .'.".'.'.".'.'.'.'".' 



Page 
2870 
1793 

.1792 
2614 
2867 

2614 

1670 

2055 

1963 

1675 

709 

2618 

708 

1670 

1859 

355 

1675 

924 

1581 

1857 

1670 

923 

1860 

1859 

1858 

927 

353 

354 

922 

930 

2613 

1680 

1679 

1582 

1670 

923 

710 

1963 

1579 

1674 

1675 

1673 

1794 

709 

710 

2614 

355 

2614 

2053 

1581 

931 

925 

1674 



CCLXII 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Ya.ge 

Ninetieth, 91st, 9'3d, 93d and 94tli sts., at Ada st Passed 708 

Ninetieth, 91st, 92d, 93d and 94tli sts., 95th st. and pi., 96th st., 97th st. and pL, at 

Loomis st 

Ninetieth and 91st sts., at Vincennes rd 

Ninetieth st., at Winchester av 

Ninety-first and92dpls., at Drexel av 

Ninety-second and 93d sts., at Chauncey av 

Ninety-third st. , 200 feet east of I. C. R. R 

Ninety-fourth st., at Lexington av 

Ninety-fourth st., at Woodlawn av 

Ninety-fifth pL, 96th, 97th and 99th sts., at and near Howard ct 

Ninety-fifth, 96th, 97th, 98th and 99th sts., at and near Halsted st Passed 2750, 2751 

Ninety-fifth st., at Howard ct., Prospect av. and C, R. I. & P. Ry Passed 1679 

Ninety-fifth St., at Prospect av 

Ninety-seventh pi. , at Eggleston av. and Butler st 

Ninety-seventh st., at Emerald, Union, Lowe, Parnell and Eggleston avs., Wal- 
lace and Butler sts 

Ninety-seventh St., at Prospect av 

Ninety-eighth st., at Butler st 

Ninety-eighth st., at Loomis st. and Commercial av 

Ninety-ninth pL, at and near State st 

Ninety-ninth st. and pi., ai first alley west of State st 

Ninety-ninth st. and pi., at Butler and Canal sts 

Ninety-ninth, 100th, 101st and 102d sts., at Centre av 

Ninety-ninth St., at Loomis st., Winston, Oak and Commercial avs 

Ninety-ninth st. and pi., at Michigan av 

Ninety-ninth St., at Prospect av 

Ninety-ninth St., at State st 

Ninety-ninth st. and pi. , at State st 

Noble av., at Sawyer. Spaulding, Christiana and Kimball avs 

Noble St., at 250 feet north of Blackhawlc st 

Noble St., at Blanche st. (bottom of subway) 

Noble St., at 75 feet north of Blanche st 

Noble St., at 275 feet south of North av 

Normal av. (Butler st.) , at 56th st 

Normal av., at 68th and 69th sts 

Normal av. , at 69th st 

Normal av. , at 81st and 80th sts 

North av., at 45th av. and ct., Calland ct., Belt Line Railroad, 47th, O'Brien and 
48th avs 

North av., at Hoyne ct . 

North av., near Noble st 

North av., at Ridgeway av 

North av., at Spaulding av • 

North av. , at St. Louis av 

North Shore av., at Sheridan rd 

North Park av. , at Belden av 

Norwood Park av., at Evergreen and Kingston sts., College av., Washburn st., 
Frank ct. and 64th av 

Norwood Park av. , at Milton st 

Norwood Park av. , ai Milwaukee, Carmen and 54th avs 

Norwood Park av. , at Raven st 

Norwood pi. , at East Circle av 

Oakav., at 99th st 

Oakdale av. , at Oakley av 



920 

1672 

1860 
706 

1674 
707 
920 
707 

1679 



2614 
2751 

2751 
2614 
2751 

920 
2869 
2869 

708 
75 

920 
73 
1733 
2869 
2867 
75 
1579 
1579 
1579 
1579 

355 
2870 
2750 
2612 

923 
167a 
1579 

925 

1580 
929 

1582. 
144 



2614 

2613 

353 

710 

920 

2614 



INDEX. 



CCLXIII 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Oakley av., at Emerson av 

Oakley av. , at Ferdinand and Emerson sts 

Oakley av. , at Foster av 

Oakley av., at Haddon av. and Cornelia and Rice sts 

Oakley av., at Nelson st., Oakdale av. and north branch of river 

Oakley av., at 18th, 21st, 22d, 23d and 24th pis. and Cullom av 

Oakley av. , at 20th st. and 18th pi 

Oakley av., at 47th and 48th pis. and 49th st. and pi 

Oakley av., at 48th st- 

Oakley av., at 50th st. and pi. and 51st st. and pi 

Oakley av., at 51st st 

Oakley av., at 59th st 

Oakley av. , at 63d st 

Oakley av., at 107th st 

O'Brien av. , at North av 

Ogden av. , at Og'den pi 

Ogden a'v., at Springfield and Avers avs. and 32d st 

Ogden av., at Winchester av 

O^den pi., at Ogden av., Paulina and Wood sts 

OglesDy av., at 68th and 69th sts 

Oglesby av. , at 69th st 

Ohio St. , at Artesian av 

Ohio St. , at Campbell av 

Ohio St. , at Carpenter st 

Ohio St., at Central blvd 

Ohio St., at and near Kingsbury st 

Olive a V. , at Hermitage av ' 

Olive av., at Hermitage and Ashland avs. and Clark st 

One Hundredth pi., at Centre av 

One Hundredth pi., at 215 feet west of Prospect av 

One Hundredth pi., at Prospect av. and Wood st 

One Hundredth pi., at State st. and first alley west of Michigan av 

One Hundredth pi., at Winston av. and Throop st 

One Hundredth d1., at 200 feet east of Wood st 

One Hundredth st. and pi., 101st st. and pi., and 102d st. and pi., at Butler and 

Canal sts 

One Hundredth and 101st sts., at Commercial av 

One Hundredth st., at Indiana av., at and near Michigan av., State and La Salle 

sts. , Lafayette, Perry and Wen t worth avs 

One Hundredth and i02d st. and pi., at Michigan av 

One Hundredth St., 101st pi. and 102d st., at Prospect av 

One Hundredth to 102d (inclusive) sts. and pis., at State st 

One Hundred and First pi., at Treraont av 

One Hundred and First st., at Prospect av 

One Hundred and Second pi., at State st. and first alley west of Michigan av 

One Hundred and Second, 103d, and 104th sts., at Commercial av 

One Hundred and Second st., at State st. and first alley v.^est of Michigan av 

One Hundred and Third pi. (Junction av.), 104th st. and 105th st., at Centre av.. 

One Hundred and Third pi., at State st 

One Hundred and Third pi., at Wallace st 

One Hundred and Third st., at Harvard and Stewart avs. and Canal st 

One Hundred and Third st. and pi., 104th, 105th, 106th, 107th and 108th sts., at 

Indiana av 

One Hundred and Third st., at Sangamon, May and Elizabeth sts 

One Hundred and Third, 104th, 105th, 106th and 107th sts., at Throop st 



Page 
Passed 1860 
" 1678 
" 926 
" 355 
" 2614 

928 

i-25 
" 1792 
" 1678 
" 1793 
" 1673 
" 1674 

929 
'^ 1676 

923 
" 1677 

925 
" 1678 
" 1677 
" 1859 
" 1580 

707 
" 1859 
" 1579 
" 2750 
" 2055 

706 
" 2054 

707 

73 

73 

" 2869 

'' 920 

73 



920 

2869 
74 
1733 
2867 
1733 
1733 
2869 
921 
2869 



2867 

1670 

707 

2S69 
356 

72 



CCLXIV INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GRADE-Continued. 

Page 

One Hundred and Third st. and pi. and 104th St., at Wabash av Passed 1860 

One Hundred and Fourth st., at Muskegon, Manistee, Marquette, Saginaw and 

Hoxie avs " 1794 

One Hundred and Fourth and 105th sts. and pis., at State st " 2867 

One Hundred and Fourth to 109th sts., at Torrence av " 1793 

One Hundred and Fourth st., at Wallace, Lowe, Union and East Meridian avs. . . " 1670 

One Hundred and Fifth and 106th sts., at Curtis av " 2869 

One Hundred and Fifth, 106th and 107th sts., at Leavitt st " 1580 

One Hundred and Fifth and 107th sts., at East Meridian av " 1670 

One Hundred and Fifth and 107th sts., at West Meridian st " 1671 

One Hundred and Sixth pi., at State and La Salle sts., La Fayette, Perry, Went- 

worth, Princeton and Stewart avs " 1671 

One Hundred and Sixth st. at and 400 feet east of Drew st. and at Prospect av — " 1723 
One Hundred and Sixth st., at Hoxie, Calhoun, Saginaw, Marquette, Manistee 

and Muskegon avs " 1794 

One Hundred and Sixth st., at Prospect av. and at 200 feet east of Drew st '' 2545 

Oae Hundred and Sixth and 107th sts., 108th and 109th sts. and pis. and 110th st., 

at State st " 2867 

One Hundred and Seventh, 108th, 109th, 110th and 111th sts., at Curtis av " 2867 

One Hundred and Seventh st., at Vincennes, Prospect, Longwood, Seeley, Hoyne, Ham- 
ilton, Irving, Oakley, Claremont and Western avs., Church, Drew, Wood, East 

Meridian and Leavitt sts Passed 1676 

One Hundred and Eighth, 109th, 110th and 111th sts., at first alley east of Michi- 
gan av .Passed 2870 

One Hundred and Eighth to 119th sts. and pis., at Indiana av " 2870 

One Hundred and Eighth st., at Michigan av " 74 

One Hundred and Ninth st., at Princeton av. and C. &E. I. R. R " 2869 

One Hundred and Ninth st. and pi., 110th, 111th sts., at Princeton av " 2868 

One Hundred and Tenth pL, at State st. and Princeton av " 2868 

One Hundred and Tenth St., at Princeton av. and C. &E. I. R. R " 2869 

One Hundred and Eleventh pL, at State st. and Princeton av " 2868 

One Hundred and Eleventh St., at Princeton av. and C. & E. I. R. R '' 2869 

One Hundred and Twelfth pi., at State st " 2868 

i 2868 

One Hundred and Twelfth st., at State st., Princeton av. and C. &E. I. R. R " j „ggQ 

One Hundred and Thirteenth pi., at State st " 2868 

One Hundred and Thirteenth st., at Curtis av. and first alley east of Michigan av. " 2870 
One Hundred and Thirteenth St., at State st. and Stewart, Harvard and Prince- 
ton avs " 2868 

One Hundred and Fourteenth pi., at Custis av. and first alley east of Michigan av. '' 2870 

One Hundred and Fourteenth pL, at Michigan av " 72 

One Hundred and Fourteenth pi., at State st. and Princeton av " 2868 

One Hundred and Fourteenth st., at State st., Stewart, Harvard. Princeton avs. 

and Yale st " 2868 

One Hundred and Fifteenth St., at west line I. C. R. R. and at 450 feet west 

thereof '" ^^ 

One Hundred and Fifteenth st., at 150 feet west of Indiana av " 74 

One Hundred and Fifteenth st., 300 feet east of Michigan av " 1964 

One Hundred and Fifteenth st., at Prairie av. and at 300 feet east thereof " 75 

One Hundred and Fifteenth, 116th, 117th and 118th sts., at Princeton av " 2868 

One Hundred and Fifteenth St., at Wentworth, Perry, Lafayette, Indiana avs. 

and LaSalle and State sts " '^^ 

One Hundred and Sixteenth st., 117th st. and pi. and 118th st. and pi., at Mich- 
igan av " ^^ 



Jl 



INDEX. 



CCLXV 



ORDINANCES -GRADE 



117th and 118th sts. ai 
St., at Michiffun av. 



-Continued. 

Pa-e 

id pis., at State st Passed 28G8 

State St., Lafayette and 



One Hundred and Sixteenth st. 
One Hundred and Nineteenth 

Perry avs 

O'Neil St., at Halsted st 

Ontario av., at 82d st 

Ontario st., at and near Kingsbury av. . . 

Orleans St., at Schiller st , 

Osgood St., at Byron and Roscoe sts 

Osgood St., at Clyhourn av 

Oswego St., at Austin av 

Oswego St., at Kinzie st 

Panama St., at Avondale and Myrtle avs 

Park av., at Albany av ■ Passed 708, 924 

Park av., at Archer av : Passed 2749 



74 

1670 

1675 

2055 

2609 

2053 

709 

2750 

707 

709 



Parker av. , at 40ih av 

Park av. , at 51st ct 

Park av.., at Hoyne av. and Robey st 

Parknnrst av. , at Rogers av 

Parnell av., at 59th st 

Parnell av. , at 79th st ■ 

Parnell av., at 97th st. 

Paulina pi., at Elston av • • • 

Paulina st. , at 18th pi 

Paulina st., at 21st pi 

Paulina st., at 34th st 

Paulina St., at 45th st ■ 

Paulina st., at 52d, 53d and 54th sts. and Garfield blvd 

Paulina st., at 68th, 67th and 66th sts 

.Paulina st. , at 69th st 

Paulina st. , at S7th st 

Paulina st. , at 88th st 

Paulina st. , at Ferdinand st 

Paulina st. , at Ogden pi 

Paulina st., at Peterson and Glen Lake avs 

Paulina st., at Winnemac, Bryn Mawr, Thorndale and Cemetery avs 

Paulina st., at Wrightwood and Mariannaavs 

Paxton av. , at South Chicago av 

Peck ct. , at Hobart av 

Peck ct. , at 72d av 

Penn pi., at 48th av 

Pensacola av., at Western and Campbell avs 

Peoria st. , at 58th st 

Peoria st., at 70th and 71st sts 

Peoria st., at 72d st 

Peoria st., at 74th, 73d and 72d sts 

Peoria st., at 84th st , 

Peoria st., at 85th and 86th sts 

Peoria st., at 87th st 

Peoria st., at Vincennes rd. and 88th st 

Perry av., at 100th st 

Perry av., at 106th pi 

Perry av., at 115th and 119th sts 

Perry av. , at Rogers av 

Perry st., at and near Bryan St., at Sherwin, Fargo, Birch wood and Howard avs. 
Perry st. , at Bryn Mawr av 



1794 

73 

1579 

1963 

1794 

2750 

2751 

931 

925 

928 

'1858 

929 

355 

930 

354 

1680 

1679 

355 

1677 

1963 

2054 

2614 

1676 

709 

2871 

2052 

2612 

1672 

353 

922 

930 

2612 

2613 

1680 

74 

2869 

1671 

74 

2871 

2871 

926 



CCLXVI INDEX. 

ORDINANCES -GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Perry st. , at Leland av Passed 2054 

Peshtigo et., at Indiana St "• 1581 

Peterson avs., at East and West Ravenswood Parks, Rid^e av. and Paulina st " 1963 

Philadelphia pi., at 48th av " 356 

Phinney av., at Foster av " 73 

Pierce av., at 48th av ' 1677 

Pine Grove av., at Sheridan rd., Graceland av. and Gary pi " 2053 

Pingree St., at Lunt av " 1670 

P., C. C. & St. L. Ry., at Garfield blvd " 1794 

P., C, C. & SI. L. K. R., at Garfield blvd '• 929 

Pleasant pi., at Talraan av. and Cromwell st " 358 

Polk St., at California av. . " 2609 

Polk St., at and near Ellsworth st " 1671 

Polk St., at Law av '. " 1860 

Polk St., at St. Louis and Homan avs " 1671 

Polk St., at Winthrop ct. and Lowell pi " 1857 

Potomac av., at 41st av " 1859 

Potomac av., at 42d av " 2610 

Potomac av., at 44th av "■ 1581 

Potomac av., at Hoyne av. and Robey st Passed 1677, 1678 

Potomac av. , at Lincoln st Passed 2053 

Potomac av., at Springfield av '' 923 

Potomac av., at St. Louis av " 1580 

Powell av., at Powell Park Passed 708, 1670 

Powell av., at Powell Park and Milwaukee av. " 708 

Powell Park, at Powell av Passed 708, 1670 

Powell Park, at Western and Powell avs Passed 1570 

Prairie av., at 68th st " 354 

Prairie av., at 115th st " 75 

Prairie av., at alley bet. 115th and 116th sts '' 2870 

Pratt av., at alley east of Ridge rd. and alley west of Central st " 1670 

Pratt av., at Clayton ct " 1963 

Pratt av., at Ceatral st •' 1671 

Pratt av., at Sheridan rd , '' 1583 

Pratt av. at West Ravenswood Park " 1671 

Princeton av., at north and south side C. & E. I. R. R " 2868 

Princeton av., at 27th st ■ " 1860 

Princeton av., at 30th, 31st and 32d sts " 1794 

Princeton av. , at 47th st " 2546 

Princeton av., at 70th pi " 354 

Princeton av., at 106th pi " 1671 

Princeton av., at 109th, 110th, lUth, 112th and 114th sts. and pis., and 113th, 115tb, 

116th, 117th and 118th sts " 2868 

Princeton av., at 100 ft. south of 1 14th st " 2868 

Prospect av., at 95th st " 1679 

Prospect av., at 95th and 97th sts " 2614 

Prospect av., at and near 100th pi " 73 

Prospect av., at 106th st Passed 1723, 2545 

Prospect av., at 106th, 99th, 100th and 102d sts. and 101st pi. and st Passed 1733 

Prospect av., at 107th st " 1676 

Railroad av., at 76th st " 1733 

Railroad av., at 80th and 82d sts " 1675 

Railroad av. , at 81st st " 1673 

Rascher av., at Clark st " 708 

Raven st. , at College and 64th avs " 354 



■i 



INDEX. CCLXVII 

ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Pajje 

Raven St., at and 500 feet frera Milwaukee av Passed IGTO 

Raren st., at Norwood Park av., Evergreen and Euclid sts., Sheridan, Ingomar 

and Josephine avs., Kingston St. and Lilly av " 353 

Bawson st., at Wright and McHenry sts. and Elston av "' "^0^ 

Rees St., at Cherry av., Branch st. and Hickory av " 1579 

Reta St., at Addison st " 2053 

Rhodes av., at 61st st '" 1581 

Rhodes av., at 74th st " 1^^^* 

Rice St., at 44th av " 2612 

Rice St., at 48th av " 356 

Rice St., atLeavitt st '' 1791 

Rice St., at Oakley av " 355 

Rice St., at Robey st " 1858 

Ridge av., at Peterson and Touhy avs " 1963 

' Ridgeway av., at Archer av Passed 921, 2750 

Ridgeway av., at 15th, 16th, 18th and 19th sts Passed 1674 

Ridgeway av., at Irving Park blvd., Byron and Grace sts., Wavelana av. and C. 

&N.-W.Ry " 1859 

Ridgeway av., at Indiana and Kinzie sts " 1581 

Ridgeway av., at Wabansia av '• 1858 

River (South Branch ) , at Halsted st " 1670 

Robey st., at Crystal st " 1580 

Robey St., at Ferdinand st " 1857 

Robey st., at Haddon av. and Rice st " 1858 

Robey St., at James st " 2750 

Robey st. , at Park av " 1579 

Robey st. , at Potomac av. and 48th st " 1678 

Robey St., at Rogers av " 1963 

Robey St., at 20th st. and 18th pi , '' 925 

Robey St., at 21st and 22d pis , " 928 

Robey St., at 31st st '^ 2610 

Robey St., at 43d, 45th, 46th and 63d sts. and Garfleld blvd " 929 

Robey st., at 59th st " 1674 

Robey St., at Cortez, 63d, 64th, 65th, 66th and 67th sts " 1671 

Robey st., at 67th pi., 68th st. and pL, 69th, pi. , 70th st. and pi. and 71st st " 1861 

Robey St., at 69th st " 354 

Robey st., at Van Buren and Lee pis. and Potomac av '' 1677 

Robinson St., at 31st st " 2610 

Rockwell si. , at Adams st " 356 

Rockwell sti, at Cornelia st.. " 1580 

Rockwell St., at Crystal st " 1858 

Rockwell St., at 14th pi '^ 1580 

Rockwell St., at 23d pi " 925 

Rockwell St., at 24th pi " 924 

Rockwell St., at 48th and 63d sts " 1678 

Rockwell St., at 50th st " 1793 

Rockwell St., at 55th st , " 1794 

Rockwell St., at George st " 2054 

Rockwell St., at Gladys av " 2609 

Rockwell St., at Luther st Passed 923. 1672 

Rockwell St., at Luther st. and 25th pi Passed 923 

Rockwell St., at Moffatt st '' 1675 

Roe St., at Leavitt st '' 1857 

Rogers av., at Perry av.. Forest st. and Malvern av , " 2871 

Rogers av., at Sheridan rd '^ 1582 



CCLXVIII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GRADE— Contiauea. 

Pacre 

Rogers av., at Touhy, Chase, Robey, Parkhurst, Central, Murphy and Clayton et. Passed 1963 

Rokeby st., at Bradley pi " 3053 

Roscoe St., at 40th av " 3055 

Roseoe st., at Halsted, Clark and Osgood sts. and Clifton av " 3053 

Roscoe St., at Hamlin av " 3611 

Roscoe St. , at Lawndale av " 930 

Roscoe St., at Springfield av " 931 

Rose St., at Chicago av " 931 

Rosennont ay. , at Clark st " ^3 

Sacranriento av., at Archer av " 923 

Sacramento av., at Cortez st '' 1677 

Sacramento st., at Milwaukee av Passed 709, 1859 

Sacramento av., ac Milwaukee av. and Linden pi. and 43d st Passed 1859 

Sacramento av. , at Monroe st " 1857 

SacracBiento av., at 22d, 23d, 24th and 25th sts " '?07« 

Sacramento av. , at 25th st " '^08 

Sacrament© av, at 37th pi ... " 933 

Sacramento av., at 63d st " 1679 

Sacramento av., at 87th st " 1680 

Saginaw av., at 7Gth st '' 1^33 

Saginaw av., at 80th st " I860 

Saginaw av., at 106th and 104th sts ^ " l'<94 

Sangamon St., at Chicago av " 3610 

Sangamon st., at 52d st " 355 

Sangamon st., at 58th st " 1673 

Sangamon St., at 70th st '' 353 

Sangamon st., at 71st st. - " 354 

Sangamon st., at 72d st " 932 

Sangamon st., at 74th st " 930 

Sangamon st., at 84th, 85th and S8th sts '' 3613 

Sangamon st., at 87th st Passed 1794, 2615 

Sangamon st., at 88th st Passed 1679 

Sangamon st., at 103d st '' 356 

Sangamon st. , at Garfield hlvd " 1^95 

Sanford st., at 72d and Ceylon avs '' 3871 

Sawyer av., at Archer av Passed 931, 3749 

Sawyer av., at C. & G. W. Ry. and Harvard st Passed 1673 

Sawyer av., at 51st st " 16''4 

^, " 1676 



Sawyer av., at 52d and 53d sts 

Sawyer av., at 55th st - " l'^93 

Sawyer av., at Foster av " ''3 

Sawyer av., at Grand av " 355 

Sawyer av. , at Noble av. , Wellington and George sts .-^ ''' "^^ 

Sawyer av. , at Wrightwood av " ''^3 

Schick pi., at Cleveland av " ''09 

Schiller St., at Orleans and Wieland sts " 3609 

School pi., at Desplaines st " 931 

School St., at Drake and Kimball avs " 938 

School St., at 40th and 41st avs " 3055 

School St., at Lawndale av '' 930 

School St., at Springfield av " 931 

Schubert av., at Av«rs, Springfield and Harding aves " 3611 

Schubert av., at Elston av " 1^"^^ 

Schubert av., at Fairfield av '' '* 

Schubert av., at 40th av • " 1'^^* 



INDEX. 



CCLXIX 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Schubert av. , at Hamlin av 

Schubert ay. , at Kirabell av 

Sedffwick st., at Belden av 

Sedg-wick St., at Grant pi. and Clark st 

Seeley av., at Addison and Waveland avs 

Seeley av., at 47th and 50th sts 

Seeley av., at 48th st 

Seeley av. , at 63d st and Garfield blvd 

Seeley av., at 71st and 67th sts 

Seeley, av. , at 107th st 

Seeley av. , at Jackson blvd 

Seeley av., at Madison, Monroe, Adams, Jackson and VanBuren sts 

Selwin a^., at Choctaw av 

Selwin av., at Elston av 

Seminary pi., at Southport av 

Seneca st., at Indiana st 

Seventeenth st. , at Ashland av 

Seventeenth st., at Hoyne av 

Seventeenth st. , at Loomis st 

Seventieth pi. , at Leavitt st 

Seventieth pi. , at Princeton ay 

Seventieth pi. , at Robey st 

Seventieth st. and 71st st. and pL, at Ashland av., Justine and Laflin sts 

Seventieth st. , at Bishop st = 

Seventieth st., at subway under C, R. I. &P. Ry 

Seventieth st., at Green, Peoria, Sangamon, Morgan, Carpenter, Aberdeen and 

May sts. and Centre av 

Seventieth st., northwest corner and at west curb line of Harvard av 

Seventieth st. , at Hermitage av 

Seventieth st. and pi., at Hoyne av 

Seventieth and 71st sts., at Justine st 

Seventieth st., at Leavitt and Robey sts 

Seventieth st., at Loomis, Ada and Elizabeth sts 

Seventieth st., at Lowe av. and 117 feet north of Harvard av 

Seventieth st., at Throop st 

Seventieth st., at Vincennes rd. and aear Princeton and Harvard avs 

Seventy-first pi., 72d st. and pi., 73d st. and pi. and 74th st. and pi., at Ada st 

Seventy-first pi., 72d st. and pi., 73d st. and pi. and 74th st., at Centre av 

Seventy-first St., at Elizabeth, Throop and Ada sts 

Seventy-first st., at Green and Peoria sts , 

Seventy-first st., at Loomis and Bishop sts 

Seventy -first st. , at Lowe av 

Seventy-first st., at Robey st 

Seventy-first st., at Sangamon, Morgan, Carpenter, Aberdeen, May sts.. Centre 

av. and Wood st 

Seventy-first st,, at Seeley and Hoyne avs. and Leavitt st 

Seventy-second av., at Claremont, Wingert, Everell, Grant, Colfax, Peek and 

Sanford 

Seventy-second pi., at east line I. C. R. R • 

Seventy-second st,. at Carpenter, Aberdeen, May sts.. Centre av., Ada, Loomis, 

Bishop, Laflin sts. and Ashland av 

Seventy-second and 73d sts., at Centre av. and Peoria st , 

Seventy-second st., at Halsted, Green, Pe©ria, Sangamon and Morgan sts 

Seventy-third st. , at Carpenter st 

Seventy-third, 74th and 75th sts., at Green st 



Passed 



Pa^e 
2009 
73 

144 
1675 

355 
1794 
1678 

929 
1681 
1676 
1859 
1581 
2614 

926 
1858 
1581 

708 
1.581 
2750 
1862 

354 
1861 
2053 
2053 
2750 

353 

2750 

930 

1862 

2052 

1861 

1672 

2750 

923 

2750 

1676 

930 

922 

353 

1672 

1677 

1861 

354 

1861 

2871 
354 

923 

930 

922 

1795 

2750 



CCLXX INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GRAD E— Continued. 

Page 

Seventy-third st. , at May st Passed 929 

Seventy- fourth st., at Centre av., May, Aberdeen, Carpenter, Morgan, Sanga- 
mon and Peoria sts. " 930 

Seventy-fourth st., at Langley av " 1860 

Seventy-fourth st., at Rhodes av " 1674 

Seventv-fifth st., at Wallace st " 1795 

Seventy-sixth st., at Colfax. Saginaw, Marquette, Railroad, Coles and Bond avs.. " 1733 

Seventy-sixth St., at South Chicago av " 354 

Seventy-sixth st., at Woodlawn av " 707 

Seventy-seventh, 78th and 79th sts., at Drexel av. and at Jackson av " 920 

Seventy-seventh st., at Ingleside, Ellis, Dobson and Greenwood avs " 1674 

Seventy-seventh st., at J acksen and Drexel avs " 1673 

Seventy-seventh st., at Jefferson, Washington and Adams avs " 931 

Seventy-seventh, 78th, 79th, 80th and 81st sts., at Woodlawn and Chauncey avs. . " 707 

Seventy-eighth and 79th sts., at Ingleside av " 1677 

Seventy-eighth st., at Jackson av . .Passed 1674, 2052 

Seventy-eighth and 79th sts., at Jackson, Ell'-^ and Drexel avs Passed 2052 

Seventy-eighth and 79th sts., at Kimbark av " 1791 

Seventy-ninth st., at Muskegon av Passed 1579, 1674 

Seventy-ninth st., at Parnell av. and C. & W. I. R. R Passed 2750 

Seventy-ninth st., ar. Vinceunes av " 1676 

Seventy-ninth st. , at Vincennes rd " 2612 

Sheldon st., at Arbor pi " 2610 

Sheridan av., at Raven st " 358 

Sheridan rd. (Evanston av. ), at Howard st., Rogers, Hirchwood, Fargo, Bryan, 
Sherwin, Chase, Tuohy, Estes, Greenleaf, Lunt, Morse, Farwell, Pratt, Co- 
lumbia, North Shore, Albion, Hayes and Devon avs " 1582 

Sheridan rd.. at Pine Grove av " 2053 

Sheridan rd., at Wilton av " 2053 

Sherman av., at 80th, 81st and 82d sts " 1673 

Sherwin av., at and near Perry and east and west line Ashland av " 2871 

Sherwin av. , at Sheridan rd " 1582 

Shields av., at 30th pi " 1723 

Shields av., at 47th st , " 2546 

Short St., at Hillock st " 931 

Sixteenth st„ at 45th av " 2609 

u ( 2 ''49 

I 2870 

Sixteenth st., at Ridgeway av " 1674 

Sixtieth and 61st sts., at Elizabeth st " 1795 

Sixtieth, 61st and 62d sts., at Honore st " 2052 

Sixtieth st., at Justine, Laflin and Bishop sts '' 1861 

Sixtieth st., at State, Dearborn, Armour, east line of M. S. R. R. and west line 

C, R. I. & P. R. R " 2546 

Sixtieth st. and pi., 61st st. and pi., 62d st. and pi. and 63d st., at St. Louis av " 1792 

Sixtieth and 61st sts., at Throop st " 353 

Sixtieth, 61st and 63d sts., at Winchester av " 2052 

Sixty-first and 62d pis., at Kedzie av " 707 

Sixty-first st., 100 feet west of Dearborn st., at Armour av. aoo at 125 feet east 

of La Salle St. (subway) '' 2456 

Sixty-first St., at Justine and Bishop sts " 1861 

Sixty-first st., at Laflin st " 1862 

Sixty-first St., at Rhodes and Calumet avs " 1581 

Sixty-second st., at La Salle st " 1673 

Sixty-second St., at and near Wood st " 3052 



Sixteenth st., at Millard av. 



ill 



INDEX. CCLXXI 

ORDINANCES— GRADE-CoQtiaued. 

Fag:e 
Sixty-third St., at Artesian, Campbell, Maplewood, Rockwell, Talman, Waslite- 

naw, Fairfield, California and Francisco avs Passed 167.S^ 

Sixty-tliird st., at Humboldt st., Sacramento, Wliipple, Albany and Troy " 1G79 

Sixty-third, 64ih, 65th, 66th and 67th sts., at Robey st " 1671 

Sixty-third st., at Winchester, Seeley, Hoyne, Hamilton, Irving, Oakley, Clare- 

mont and Western avs. and Robey and Leavitt sts " 929 

Sixty- fourth av., at Milwaukee av '• 1670 

Sixty-fourth av., at Norwood Park av " 923 

i Sixty- fourth av. (North), at Raven st " 354 

Sixty-fourth, 65th and 66th sts., at Emerald av " 1795 

Sixty-fifth, 66th, 67th, 68th, 69th, 70th, 71st and 72d sts., at Wood st " 354 

Sixty-sixth st. , at Hartwell av " 1580 

Sixty-sixth st., at Paulina st. and Marshfield av " 930 

Sixty-sixth st., at State st., alley bet. Michigan and Wabash avs., and at Wabash, 

Michigan and Indiana avs " 1580 

Sixty-seventh pi., at Hoyne av. and Leavitt and Robey sts. " 1861 

Sixty-seventh st., at Leavitt st., Hamilton, Hoyne, Seeley, Winchester avs., Lin- 
coln and Honore sts " 1861 

I Sixty-seventh st., at Marshfield av. and Paulina st " 930 

Sixty-seventh st.,at or near State st., Wabash, Michigan, Indiana and Hartwell avs '' 1580 

Sixty-eighth pi., at Leavitt and Robey sts. and Hoyne av " 1861 

Sixty-eighth st., at Ada, L®omis, Bishop, Laflin, Justine and Paulina sts., Ash- 
land, Marshfield and Hermitage avs " 930 

Sixty-eighth st. , at Calumet ay " 1733 

Sixty-eighth st., at Gates av " 1580 

Sixty-eighth st. , at Laflin st " 355 

Sixty-eighth st., at Leavitt and Robey sts., Hoyne and Winchester avs., Lincoln 

and Honore sts " 1861 

Sixty-eighth and 69th sts. , at Normal av ^' 2870 

Sixty-eighth st., at Thro©p and Elizabeth sts , " 72 

Sixty-eighth st., at Wood and Yale sts " 354 

Sixty-eighth st., at Yates and Oglesby avs •' 1859 

Sixty-ninth pi., at Cottage Grove av f " I860 

Sixty-ninth pi., at Leavitt and Robey sts. and Hoyne av , " 1861 

Sixty-ninth st., at Harvard av " 353 

Sixty-ninth st., at Honore st Passed 1581, 1862 

Sixty-ninth st., at 100 ft. east of Leavitt st Passed 354 

Sixty-ninth St., at Marshfield av., Paulina st.. Hermitage av., Wood, Honore, 

Lincoln, Robey, Leavitt sts., Winchestel' and H®yne avs " 354 

Sixty-ninth st., at Michigan, Indiana, Prairie, Calumet and South Park avs " 354 

Sixty-ninth st., at Normal av '' 2750 

Sixty-ninth st., at Oglesby av Passed 1580, 1859 

Sladest., at 31st st Passed 2610 

Smalley ct., at Dunning st "■ 929 

Smalley ct., at FuUerton av '' 1963 

Smart St., at Kinzie st " 707 

South Chicago av., at Adams, Washington and Jefferson avs " 353 

South Chicago av., at Chauncey, Kimbark and Madison avs. and 76th st " 354 

South Chicago av., at Euclid, Central, Elizabeth, Merrill and Paxton avs " 1676 

South Chicago av., at Yates av " 1733 

South Park av., at 69th st ', 354 

Southport av. . at Seminary pi " 1S5S 

Southwest blvd., at 20th st <' 928 

Southwest blvd., af, 21 1 st ; '' 707 

Southwest blvd., at 23d pi " 905 



I 



CCLXXII 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Southwest blvd., at 23d st Passed 927 

Southwest blvd., at 24th pi '' 924 

Spaulding av., at Archer av, Passed 921, 2749 

Spaulding av., at Diversey av Passed 72 

Spaulding: av., at 51st st " 1674 

Spaulding: av.,at 52d and 53d sts " 1676 

Spaulding av., at 55th st ■ " 1*^92 

Spaulding- av., at Foster av " "'S 

Spaulding av., at Lexington, Polk and Harvard sts., and C. & G. W. Ry ■ " 1672 

Spaulding av., at Noble and Woodward avs., Wellington and George sts " 75 

Spaulding av., at North av " I'^^SO 

Spaulding av.. at 37th pi " 922 

Springfield av., at Addison st " 38''1 

Springfield av. (produced) , at Archer av " 921 

Springfield av., at Belle Plaine av " 1671 

Springfield av., at Cornelia av.. Roscoe and School sts " 931 

Springfield av., at Dunning st " 1677 

Springfield av., at Eddy, Schubert and Wrightwood av " 2611 

Springfield av., at Irving Park blvd., Dakin and Byron sts " 927 

Springfield av., at Potomac av " 923 

Springfield av., at 22d st. and Ogden av " 925 

Springfield av., at 27th st '' 1677 

State St.. at 61st st '" 2546 

State St., at 66th st. and 415 ft. north of. 67th st " 1S80 

State St., at 99th st. and pL. 100th st. and pi., 101st st. and pL, 102d st. and pi., 103d pi., 

104th St. and pi.. 105th st. and pi., 106th and 107th sts., 108th st. and pi., 109th st. and 

pi., and 110th st Passed 2867 

State St., at 106th pi " 16''1 

State St., at 110th and 111th pis., 112th, 113th and 114th sts. and pis '' 2868 

State St., at 115th and 119th sts '' ''* 

State St., at points south of 115th st " 2868 

State St., at 116th st., 117th and 118th sts. and pis " 2868 

Station St., at Westerfi av " ^^^ 

Stewart av., at 56th st., Tremont st. and 56th pi " 358 

Stewart av., at 103d st " '^^7 

Stewart av., at 106th pi " 1671 

Stewart av., at 114th and 113th sts " 3868 

Stewart av., at Swan st " 922 

St. Paul av., at Winnebago av .' " 358 

St. John's ct., at Arbor pi " 927 

St. Leuis av. , at Archer av ' " 2749 

St. Louis av., 500 feet north of Augusta st., at Grand av., Division and Crystal 

sts., Potomac, Evergreen and Central Park avs '" l^^O 

St. Louis av., at Carroll av Passed 921, 2546 

St. Louis av., at Carroll and Archer avs ■ • .Passed 921 

St. Louis av., at 51st st " 16'^ 

St. Louis av., at 52d and 53d avs '" 1676 

St. Louis av., at 59th pi. and st., 58th pi. and St., 57th pi. and st., 56th and 55th 

sts.. 54th pi. and st. and 53d pi " 1^92 

Si. Louis av.. at 63d st.. 62d st. and pL, 61st st. and pi. and 60th st. and pi " 1792 

St. Louis av., at Foster av " '^ 

St. Louis av., at Grand av " 355 

St. Louis av., at Iowa st., Chicago av. and Augusta st " 1^79 

St. Louis av. , at Lexington, Polk and Harvard sts. and C. & G, W. R'y " 1671 

St. Louis av. , at North av " ^^^ 



INDEX. 



CCLXXIII 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

St. Louis av., at Van Buren and Congress. sts Passed 

Subway under C, B. & Q., at Albany av " 

Subway of C, M. & St. P. Ry., at Fullerton av ... " 

Subway under C, R. I. & P. Ry., at 70th St " 

Summit av., at 86th st " 

Sunnyside av., at Choctaw av " 

Sunnyside av., at 43d av. and ct " 

Sunnyside av., at 44th av. and ct., 45th av., 4t)th av. and ct., 4Tth av. and ct, and 

Avondaleav " 

Superior st., at California av Passed 923, 

■Superior av., at and near 83d st, 84th, 85th and 86th sts Passed 

Superior st., at Grand av " 

Swan St., at Stewart av " 

Talman av., north of Fulton, at south line C. & N. W. Ry " 

Talman av., at Cortland st " 

Talman av., at Madison st " 

Talman av. , at Pleasant pi ' ' 

Talman av., at 63d st " 

Talman av. , at Welling'ton and George sts , " 

Taj lor St., at Fairfield av 

Taylor St., at Winchester av " 

Terra Cotta pi., at and near Cly bourn av " 

Thirteenth st., at Central Park av. and Douglas blvd " 

Thirteenth st., at 45th av " 

Thirtieth pi. , at Shields av " 

Thirtieth, 31st and 32d sts., at Princeton av " 

Thirtieth St., at Turner av '• 

Thirty-first St., at Ashland, Kane, Bard, Marl^et sq., Robinson, Garrett, Slade, 
Wood, Campbell, McLean, Dole, Lincoln. Winchester, Cook, Kercheval and 

Robey " 

Thirty-first st., 34th st. and pi., 35th, 36th, 37th and 39th sts., at Western av " 

Thirty-second pi. , at Ashland av ' ' 

Thirty-second st. , at 5th and Emerald av " 

Thirty -second st., at Union av '' 

Thirty-third pi., at Archer av " 

Thirty-third st. and pi., at Ashland av " 

Thirty-fourth st., at Paulina st. and Marshfield av " 

Thirty-fourth st., 35th st. and pi., 36th, 37th and 39th sts., at Western Av. blvd. . " 

Thirty-fifth st. and pi., at Western Avenue blvd '' 

Thirty-sixth st. and pi., at Indiana av '' 

Thirty sixth st., at Western Avenue blvd " 

Thirty-seventh st., at C. & A. R. R " 

Thirty-seventh pi., at Homan, Spaulding, Kedzie, Albany and Sacramento avs. . . 

Thirty-seventh st., C. & A. crossing, at Western av. crossing 

Thirty-eighth st., at Central Park av '* 

Thirty-ninth pi., at Archer av 

Thirty-ninth st., at Western av '' 

Thomas St., at 42d av " 

Thomas St., at 48th av " 

Thorndale av., at East Ravenswood Park "' 

Therndale av., at Hermitage av Passed 707, 

Thorndale av., at Hermitage av., and Clark and Paulina sts Passed 

Throop St., at 56th and 58th sts " 

Throop St., at 60th and 61st sts " 

Throop St., at 68th st 



Page 
922 
1581 
2809 
2750 
2613 
2614 
926 

927 

i^27 

1792 

928 

922 

921 

1675 

1858 

356 

1678 

2054 

1672 

1678 

1580 

1672 

2609 

1733 

1794 

1677 



2610 

2051 

1674 

1733 

1674 

1733 

1858 

1858 

2051 

2545 

74 

2545 

2051 

923 

2545 

1858 

923 

924 

2610 

1677 

1963 

2054 

2054 

355 

353 



CCLXXIV INDEX. 

ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Pagre 

Throop St., at 70th and 71st sts Passed 923 

Thro®p St., 800 ft. north of 71st st •' 933 

Throop St., at 86th st " 2613 

Throop St., at 87th St r " 1680 

Throop St., at 88th st " 1679 

Throop St., at 100th pi " 930 

Throop St., at lOBd, 104th, 105th, 106th and 107th sts , " 72 

Throop St., at 300 feet south of 104th «t " 72 

Throop St., at Garfield blvd " 922 

Tilden St., at Center av ., " 1675 

Tolman st. at 14th pi " 158^ 

Torrence av., at 104th, 105th, 106th, 107th, 108th and 109th sts " 179a 

Touhy av., at Rogers and Ridge avs " 1963 

Touhy av., at Sheridan rd " 1583 

Tower ct., at Chicago av " 1673 

Tremont av., 101st pi ■ " l'^33 

Tremont st., at alley 130 feet east of Wallace St., and at Wallace st " 355 

Tremont st. , at Stewart av " 353 

Troy St., at Archer av " 1675 

Troy St., at Byron, Grace and Addison sts. and Waveland av " 3870 

Troy St., at 13th st " ^^^ 

Troy St., at 31st st Passed 707, 1669 

Troy St., at 31st, 22d, 23d, 24th, 25th and 26th sts Passed 1669 

Troy St., at 26th and 27th sts " 3546 

Troy St., at 63d st '' 1679 

Trumbull av., at Archer av Passed 931, 2749 

Trumbull av., at C. & G. W. Ry. and Harvard st " 1671 

Trumbull av. , at Foster av : " "^^ 

Trumbull av., at 22d st. (subway, curb and paving) " 924 

Trumbull av., at 51st st • • " 1674 

Trumbull av., at 52d and 53d sts " 1676 

Trumbull av., at 55th st " 1793 

Trumbull av., at Van Buren and Congress sts " 923 

Trustee st., at Austin av " 1681 

Trustee st., at Kinzie st " 707 

u \ 931 

Turner av. , at Archer av •' ' j 2749 

Turner av., at north and south line of C, B. & Q. R. R " 934 

Turner av., at C. & G. W. Ry., Harvard and Van Buren sts " 1673 

Turner av. at 27th. 28th and 30th sts " 1677 

Turner av., at5ist st " ^674 

Turner av., at 52d and 53d sts " 1676 

Turner av., at 55th st '' 1793 

Twelfth pi., at California av " 1583 

Twelfth St., at 40th ct " 931 

u \ 2749 

Twelfth St., at 43d ct "j 2870 

Twelfth St., at 46th av " ^^5 

Twelfth St., at Hoyne av. " 1857 

Twelfth St.. at Troy st " 708 

Twelfth St., at Winchester av " 1678 

Twentieth st., at Albany av - " 1674 

Twentieth and Twenty-first sts., at Ashland av " 708 

Twentieth st. , at California av " 935 

Twentieth St., at 40th, 41st, 42d, 43d and 44th avs " 3051 



INDEX. 



CCLXXV 



ORDINANCES— GRADE -Continued. 

Page 

Twentieth st. and pi., at Jefferson st Passed 921 

Twentieth St., at Leavitt st., California av. and Southwest blvd " 928 

Twentieth st., at Loomis st " 2750 

Twentieth st., at Oakley and Hoyne avs., Leavitt, Robey and Lincoln sts '' 925 

Twenty- first idL, 22nd, 23d, 24th and 25th sts., at Albany av " 1581 

Twenty-first pi., at Ashland, Hoyne and Oakley avs., Paulina and Lincoln sts. ... " 928 

Twenty-first and 25th pis. , at California av '' 925 

Twenty-first pi., at 40th av " 2051 

Twenty-first pi., at 41st, 42d, 43d and 44th avs " 2052 

Twenty-first pi., at Halsted st " 1581 

Twenty-first pi., (Hinman st. ) at Laflin and Loomis sts " 708 

Twenty-first pi., at Leavitt st. and Oakley av ... •' 928 

Twenty-first st., at Albany av., subway " 707 

Twenty-first St., at alley west of Albany av., etc " 1581 

Twenty-first st,, at 40th av <■'■ 1580 

Twenty-first St., at 40th, 41st, 42d, 43d and 44th avs " 2051 

Twenty-first st., at 43d av " 2545 

Twenty-first St., at Harding av "<■ 925 

Twenty-first St., at Southwest blvd. and Troy st " 707 

Twenty-first, 22d, 23d, 24th, 25th and 26th sts.. at Troy st '' 1669 

Twenty-second pi., at Western, Oakley and Hoyne avs., Leavitt, Robey, Lincoln and 

Wood sts Passed 928 



Twenty-second st 
Twenty-second st 
Twenty-second st 
Twenty-second st 
Twenty-second st 



at Canal st Passed 1858, 1860 

at 41st, 42d, 48d and 44th avs Passed 2052 



at Harding and Springfield and Ogden avs. and Dale ct. 

at McGlashen st 

(subway curb, etc.), at Trumbull av 

Twenty-second and 23d sts. and pis., at Western av 

Twenty-second st., at Whipple st. and Sacramento av 

Twenty-third pi. , at Hoyne av 

Twenty-third pi., at Leavitt st. and Oakley av 

Twenty-third pi., at Rockwell st., Washtenaw av. and Southwest blvd 

Twenty-third st., at Sacramento av 

Twenty-third st. , at Southwest blvd 

Twenty-third st. , at Winchester av 

Twenty-fourth pi. , at Oakley av 

Twenty- fourth pi., at Southwest blvd., Washtenaw av. and Rockwell st. . . 

Twenty-fourth pi., 25th st. and pL, at Wallace st 

Twenty-fourth and 25th sts. , at Irving av 

Twenty-f ©urth st. , at Sacramento av 

Twenty-fourth st. and pi.. 25th and 26th sts., at Western av 

Twenty-fifth pi. , at Francisco av 

Twenty-fifth pL, at Lowe and Emerald avs., and Halsted st 

Twenty-fifth pi. , at Rockwell st 

Twenty-fifth pi. and Sacramento av , 

Twenty-fifth st. , at Clareraont av , 

Twenty-fifth st., at Halsted st 

Twenty -fifth st., at Whipple st. and Sacramento av 

Twenty-sixth st., at Albany av 

Twenty-sixth st. , at Troy and Whipple sts 

Twenty-sixth st. , near Western av 

Twenty-seventh st. , at Leo st 

Twenty-seventh st., at Troy st 

Twenty-seventh st., at Turner, Avers, Springfield and Harding avs 

Twenty-seventh St., at Wentworth and Princeton avs 



925 

1860 

924 

2050 

707 

1581 

928 

925 

707 

927 

1580 

928 

924 

1674 

931 

707^ 

205r 

929 

1860 

923 

708 

927 

1679 

707 

1582 

2546 

2051 

931 

2546 

1677 

1860 



CCLXXVI INDEX. 

ORUINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Twenty-eighth St., at Turner av Passed 1677 

Union av., at 32d St *' 1674 

Union av., at 47th St '' 2546 

Union av., at 80th st " 3612 

Union ay., at 97th st " 2751 

Union av., at 104th St " 1^79 



Union et., at Harrison st. 



" 2610 

Union ct., at Union st "" ^^^ 

Union Parle ct., 8t Arbor pi " 2610 

Union st., at Chicago av " 2611 

Union St., at Meridian st " 2609 

Union St., at Union ct. and Lumber st " 353 

Union st. , at Union pi " 2867 

Van Buren st.. at Congress pk " 1673 

Van Buren St., at45th ct " '^2 

Van Buren pi., at Hoyue av. and Robey st ' '' 1677 

Van Buren st., at Seeley av '' 1^81 

Van Buren st., at Trumbull. St. Louis and Central Park avs " 922 

Van Buren St., at Turner av " 16'''2 

Viaduct at Chicago av. (east and west of Halsted st) Passed 2610, 2611 

Victoria st., at Clark st Passed 2054 

Vincennes road, at Halsted st " "^2 

Vincennes av., at 79th and 107th sts " 1676 

Vincennes av., at 80th, 81st and 82d sts " 1677 

Vincennes road, at Holland road, 83d, 82d and Slst., and 79th sts " 2612 

Vincennes road, at 70th st. and Lafayette av " 2750 

Vincennes road, at 86th pi., 87th and Peoria sts " '^4 

Vincennes road, at 80th, 90th and 91st sts " 1673 

Vincennes road, at Winston av " 920 

Wabansia av., at and near Holt st " 2609 

Wabansia av., at Leavitt St. and Winnebago av " 353 

Wabansia av., at Marshfleld av. and Dickson st. and Hamlin av '' 2609 

Wabansia av., at Monticello, LawnGale and Ridgeway avs. " 1858 

Wabash av., at south and north curb 66th st., and 415 feet north @f 67th st " 1580 

Wabash av., at 103d st. and pi., and 104th st " I860 

Wallace st., at 80th st. and pi., and 81st st " 2612 

Wallace st., at 24th pi. and 25th st. and pi 

Wallace st. , at 47th st 

Wallace st. , at 54th st 

Wallace st., at 75th st " I'^^S 

Wallace St., at 97th st " 2751 

Wallace st., at 103d pi. and 104th st " 16'J'O 

Wallace st., at Tremont and 56th sts. and Garfield blvd " 355 

Walleckct., atlSth st " 931 

Walnut St., at East Circle and Cheney avs " ''09 

Walnut St., at Homan av " 354 

Ward St., at and near Irving Park blvd " 2615 

Warner av., at Campbell av " 2613 

Warner av., at Western av " 2611 

Warren av., at Albany av Passed 708, 934 

Warren St., at Milton st Passed 3614 

Warsaw av., at Elston av " 1^''^" 



1674 
2546 
1673 



Warwick pi., at 40th av. 



" 2871 

Washburn St., at Milwaukee av " 16'<0 

Wasburn St., at Norwood Park av '" 933 



INDEX. CCLXXVII 

ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Page 

Washinffton av., at 77th st < Passed 931 

Washing-ton av., at South Chicago ay " 353 

Washtenaw av., at Adams st '* 356 

Washtenaw av., at Belmont av " 1963 

Washtenaw av. , at Cornelia and Crystal sts. ana North av " 925 

Washtenaw av., at Crystal st Passed 925, 1858 

Washtenaw av., at Gladys av " 2609 

Washtenaw av., at Luther and George sts " 1672 

Washtenaw av., at Madison st " 1858 

Washtenaw av. , at 63d st " 1678 

Washtenaw av., at 24th place '• 924 

Washtenaw av., at 33d place " 925 

Washtenaw av., at Wellington st • " 2054 

Waveland av., at Albany and Seeley avs '^ 355 

Waveland av. , at East Ravenswood Park ' ^ 1858 

Waveland av. , at 40th av " 2871 

Waveland av., at 42d av " 1962 

Waveland av., at 48d ct '' 2055 

Waveland av., at Kedzie av. and Troy st '• 2870 

Waveland av. , at Lawndale av ' ' 1791 

Waveland av., at Monticello and Central Park avs " I860 

Waveland av., at Ridgeway and Lawdale avs " 1859 

Waveland ay., at Western ay '• 73 

Waveland av., at Whipple st '^ 1858 

Waveland av. , at Wilton av " 2053 

Wayne av., at Bryn Mawr av ' " 926 

Wellington ay., at Mozart and Humboldt sts " 923 

Wellington st., at Sawyer, Spaulding, Christiana, Dawson, Wisner and Kim- 
ball avs <^ 75 

Wellington st., at Talman and Washtenaw avs " 2054 

Wells pi., at Milton st "^ 2614 

Wentworth av. , at 27th st , ' ' 1^60 

Wentworth av., at 47th st " 2546 

Wentworth av., at 100th st " 2869 

Wentworth av., at 115th st " 74 

Wentworth ay., at 106th pi " 1671 

West Circle av., at Hobart and Crescent avs " 709 

West Circle av. . at Myrtle av " 710 

Western av., at Addison, Waveland ays., Grace, Byron and Dakin sts " 73 

Western av., at Austin av " 1681 

Western av., at north and south end of bridge over West Pork of South Branch 

Chicago River " 2051 

Western av., at Cuyier, Belle Plaine, Warner, Berteau, Aubert and Cullom ays. . '' 2611 

Western av., at Dunning st " 72 

Western ay., at 49th st. (railroad) " 924 

Western av. , 150 feet north and south ©f 49th st , '' 924 

Western av., at 59th st " 1674 

Western av., at north and south sides Illinois and Michigan canal " 924 

Western av., at and near Jones st., atManitou and Clara pis., Montana and Berlin 

sts., Fullerton and Lunt avs. and Powell Park " 1670 

Western av. , at Lexington st , " 1677 

"Western av., at Pensacola av " 2612 

Western av., at Station st " 354 

Western av., at 22d pi " 92s 

Western av., at 22d and 23d sts. and pis " 2050 



CCLXXVIil 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 



Pasre 



Western av., at 24th st. and pi., 25th st. and at and near 26th st Passed 2051 



Western av., at 31st st. and 1,400 feet north of 31st st. and at Bross av 

Western av., at 34th st. and pi., 85th, 36th, 37th sts., C. & A. R. R., Archer av. 

and 39th st 

Western av., at 39th, 41st, 42d, 43d, 44th, 45th sts., 46th st. and pL, 47th st. and 

' pi., 48th St. and pi., 50th st. and pi., 51st st. and pi., 52d, 53d and 54th sts. . . . 

Western av. , at 56th to 71st sts. , inclusive 

Western av., at 63d st. and Garfield blvd 

Western av., at 107th st : 

Western av. , at Winona av • 

Western Avenue blvd. , at Archer av 

Western Avenue blvd., at north and south ends bridge over Sanitary canal 

Western Avenue blvd., at 3Uh st., 35th st. and pi., 36th, 37th and 39th sts 

Western Avenue blvd., (east line) at 35th st. and pi. and 36th and 37th sts. (C. & 

A. crossing) 

West Meridian av. , at 105th and 107th sts 

West Ravenswood Park, at Peterson av 

West Ravenswood Park, at Pratt and Farwell avs 

Whipple St., at Elston, Cornelia and Waveland avs. and Addison st 

Whipple St., at 22d and 25th sts 

Whipple St., at 26th st 

Whipple St., at 63d st 

Wieland st., at Schiller st 

Wilson av., at 43d av. and ct., 44th av. and ct., 45th av., 46th av. and ct. and 47th 

av. and ct 

Wilson St., at Myrtle av 

Wilton av., at Addison and Grace streets, Waveland av. and Sheridan rd 

Winchester av,, at Chicago av 

Winchester av., at 12th and Taylor sts., Ogden av. and 48th st 

Winchester av., at 23d st 

Winchester av. , at 31st st 

Winchester av., at 46th and 63d sts 

Winchester av., at 59th and 50th sts 

Winchester av., at 52d st •" 

Winchester av., at 53d st - 

Winchester av. , at 54th st 

Winchester av., at 60th St., at and near 61st st., and at 63d st 

Winchester av.,at 67th and 68th sts 

Winchester av., at 69th st 

Winchester av., at 88th and 87th sts 

Winchester av., at bSth, 87th, Honore, 89th and 90th sts 

Winsrert av., at 72d av • 

Winnebago av., at Wabansia and St. Paul avs 

Winnemac av., at 54th, 53d and 52d avs 

Winnemac av., at Hermitage av. 

Winnemac av., at Paulina st., and Hermitage av 

Winona av., at 54th, 53d and 52d avs 

Winona av., at Lincoln and Western avs 

Winston av., at 99th st., 100th pi. and Vincennes rd 

Winthrop ct., at Polk st 

Wisconsin av., at Elston and Lawrence avs.', and 500 ft. southwest of Elst®n av 

Wisconsin av., at Elston av., and 500 ft. southwest of Elston av. and at Law 
rence av 

Wisner av., at alley northeast of Milwaukee av 

Wisner av., at Wellington st 



2031 
2051 

924 
1675 

929 
1676 

926 
2051 
2051 
2051 

2545 
1671 
1963 
1671 
1858 
707 
2546 
1679 
2609 

927 
2614 
2053 
1672 
1678 
1580 
2610 

929 
1793 
1672 
1963 
1964 
2052 
1861 

354 
1680 
1860 
2871 

353 
2613 
1673 
2054 
2613 

926 

920 
1857 

353 

926 
75 



INDEX. 



CCLXXIX 



ORDINANCES— GRADE— Continued. 

Wood St., at ISth pi Passed 

Wood St., at 21st pi 

Wood St., at 21st and 22d pis '. 

W®od St., at 31st St 

Woodst., at 52dand53d sts 

Wood St., at 54th st 

Wood St. , at 56th, 57th and 58th sts .* 

Wood St., at and near 62d st 

Wood St., at 65th, 66th, 67th, 68th, 69th, 70th, 71st and 72d sts " 

Wood St., at 88th and 87th sts 

Wood St., at and near 100th pi 

Vo®d St., at 107th st 

W©od St. , at Ogden pi • 

Woodlawn av., at 76th, 77th, 78th, 79th, 80th, 81st and 94th sts 

Woodward av., at alley northeast of Milwaukee av 

Woodward av., at George st 

Woodward av., at Spaulding and Christiana avs 

Wright St. , at Rawson st 

Wrightwood av., at Avers and Springteld avs 

Wright wood av. , at 40th av 

Wrightwood av., at Harding av. 

Wrightwood av. , at Paulina st 

Wrightwood av. , at Sawyer av 

Yaleav., at 68th st 

Yale St., at 114th st 

Yates av., at 68th st , ■ 

Yates av., at 81st and 87th sts 

Yates av., at South Chicago av. and 81st st , 



Page 

925 

928 

928 

2610 

1963 

1964 

2871 

2052 

354 

1680 

73 

1676 

1677 

707 

75 

75 

75 

709 

2611 

1794 

1677 

2614 

73 

354 

2868 

1859 

2614 

1733 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— LAMP POSTS. 

Page 

Bishop St., from Garfield blvd. to 59th st Passed 2123 

Fortieth av., from North to Armitage avs " ''^123 

Forty-second av., from North to Humboldt avs " l'^91 

Harvard st., from 40th av. to Douglas blvd " 2123 

Loomis St., from 59th to 63d sts " 1368 

North av., from 40th to Grand avs " 1856 

Thome av., from Clark St. to Southport av . " 1323 

Throop St., from49th pi. to51st st " 1290 

Vernon av., from 60th to 61st sts '' 648 

Wrightwood av. , from Monticello to Ridgeway avs " 1290 



ORDINANCES— OPENING. 

Page 

Alley bet. Goethe, Division and Wells sts., and LaSalle av S. & A., N. D. 2033 

Alley bet. 61st and 62d sts., Wentworth av. anxi LaSalle st Passed 2746 

Ardmore and Holleywood avs., in Cochran's Second add. to Edgewater ; accepting 

deed and declaring open " I'^'^O 



CCLXXX INDEX. 

ORDINANCES- OPENING— Continued. 

Page 

Beach ct., from Irving- Park blvd. to Slieridan rd Passed 919 

Berteau av. , from 44tli av. to 45th ct " 2746 

Eighteenth st., from Central Pari? to Lawndale avs Passed 2745, 2876 

Fifty-fourth av., across C, M. & St. P. Ry Passed 1248 

Plournoy St., from east line Douglas blvd. to line 82.6 feet east of east line of 

Douglas blvd " 2177 

Eorty-thi.rd av., from Colorado ar. to 12th st ■ "■ 1124 

Holleywood av. (Cochran's Second add. to Edgewater) declaring ©pen 1520 

Haynes ct., from 31st to Lyman sts., (and widening; Passed 2545 

Lincoln st., from Belmont to Noble avs " 2045 

Ninety-third st., from Kimbark av., etc., to N. Y. & St. L. R. R " 2123 

Ogden av., from Bryan pi. and West Randolph st. to j Joint S. & A., W. & N. D. .. 1069 

West Chicago av j Referred to S. & A., W. D. . . 1391 

^. , r ^ . . -r c ,, ( Joints. & A., W. &N. D... 1075 

Ogden av., from Larrabee st. to LaSalle av ■< 

j Referred t® S. & A., N. D. . . 1391 

Polk St. , from Douglas blvd. to Lawndale av Passed 2177 

Robey st., from FuUerten av. to north branch Chicago river Deferred 77 

Stewart av., from 72d st. to 132 feet south of 72d sts Passed 2045 

Troy St., from 28th to 30th sts " 125 



ORDINANCES— ESTABLISHING WIDTPI OF ROADWAY. 

Allen av. , from Milwaukee to Kimball avs ' Passed 147 

Austin av., from 579 ft. east of 47th to 50th avs \ 

\ Vet., Amended & Passed. . 691 

Dawson av., from Milwaukee av. to Wellington st Passed 147 

Erie St., from 46th to 50th avs \ ^^^^^^ ^^^ 

/ Vet., Amended & Passed.. 691 

Fiftieth av. , from Kinzie to Ontario sts \ 

j Vet., Amended & Passed.. 691 

Fiftieth ct., from Kinzie to Ontario sts ■< 

I Vet., Amended & Passed. . 691 

Forty- fourth av. and ct., 45th av., 46th av. and ct., 47th av. and ct., from Montrose to 

Lawrence avs Passed 713 

Francisco av., from Belmont to Wellington avs S. & A., W. D. 134 

Grace st., from Southport av. to Herndon st Passed 1589 

Humboldt st., from Lee to Warsaw avs S. & A., W. D. 134 

TT ^ J- ^n,-, . ^„., I Passed 648 

Huron st., from 4bth to 50th avs •< 

j Vet., Amended & Passed. . 691 

Indiana St., from 579 ft. east of 47th to 52d avs ■< 

i I Vet., Amended & Passed. . 691 

Jackson av. , from 64th to 65th sts f^ Passed 2178 

-ry. . ^ » ^^,, , ^^>,, (Passed 648 

Kmzie St. , from 46th to oOth avs ■{ 

j Vet., Amended & Passed. . 691 

Lee av. , from Cali fornia to Albany avs S. & A. , W. D. 134 

Leland av., from 44th to 48th avs Passed 713 

Noble av., from Elston to Francisco avs S. & A., W. D. 134 

Pas'sed 648 

Ohio St., from 579 ft. east of 47th to 50th avs I " 

Vet., Amended & Passed. . 691 



INDEX. 



CCLXXXI 



ORDINANCES— ESTABLISHING WIDTH OF ROADWAY— Continued. 

Page 

(Passed 04S 

Ontario St., from 46tli to 52d avs. -j ^^^^ Amended & Passed. . 69L 

Sacramento av. , from Belmont to Wellington avs S. & A. . W. D. 184 

Sixty-fourth St., from Jackson ay. east , 

Sixty-third St., from Asbland to Kedzie avs 

Superior St., from 46th to 50th avs ( Vet., Amended & Passed 

^an Buren st., from 40th to 4.5th avs File 

Warsaw av., from California to Sacramento avs. . . 
Wellington av., from California to Sacramento ays 



Passed 2179 

" 649 

Passed 648 

691 

416 

S. & A., W. D 



Wilson av., from 44th to 48th avs Passed 

Wisner av., from Milwaukee av. to Wellington st 

Woodward av., fr®m Milwaukee to Spaulding avs 



134 
134 
713 
147 
147 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SEWERS. 

Page 

Ada St., from 67th to 6Sth sts Passed 2175 

AMine av., from Sheridan rd. to 310 feet west " 3132 

Alley first east of Michigan av., from 115th st., to 212 feet south of Kensington av 

Alley first east of Michigan av., from 200 feet south of 113th st. to 115th st 

Alley het. Perry and Newgart, Albion to Hayes 

Alley bet. Washiogton blvd. and Park av., from Kedzie 
avs 



187 
•' 2122 

" 2041 

370 feet east of Horaan 
Referred back to B. L. I. 2115 



Alley bet. Washington, Park, Kedzie and point 370 feet east of H®man av Passed 2458 

Avenue J., from 75 feet north of 99th st. to 98th st " 21J6 

Avondale av., from Montrose av. to 620 feet southeast, etc '' 274 

Belle Plaine av.. from Western to Campbell av " ^'^^^ 

Berteau av., from Lincoln av. to Leavitt st Passed 122, 1568 

Bishop St., from 46th to 47th sts Passed 1789 

Bloomingdale av., frem 48th to 52d avs., etc. (system) 

Calumet av., from 56th to 57th sts 

Carpenter st., from 88th to 89th sts 



Clark St., from Argyle st. to Winnemac av. 



" 1569 

" 1573 

" 1572 

Deferred.... 1557 

Passed 1668 

Deferred 1557 

Passed 1668 



Deferred 1557 

Passed 1668 



Clark St. , from Deming pi. to Wrightwood av 

(See repealing ord., page 1739.) 

Clark St., from Wrightwood to Diversey avs 

(See repealing ord., page 1739.) 

Cottage Grove av. (west side) , from 60th to 61st sts Passed 2042 

Cottage Grove av. (east side) 
Cottage Grove av. (east side i 



, from 60th to 63d sts. 

, from 65tn to 64th sts 

Dickens ay., from Kedzie av. to 154 feet east of Sawyer av, 

Drake av., from Montrose to Berteau ays 

Elizabeth st., from 67th to 68th sts 

Elizabeth st., from 68th to 69th sts 

Fair pi., from 110 feet east to 225 feet east of Halsted st. . . , 

Fifty-first pi., from Princeton ay. to 260 feet west 

Fifty-ninth St., from Robey to Wood sts., etc., (system) . . . 



Passed 121, 
Passed 



2042 
2042 

1289 
1788 
187 
1790 
2122 
1790 
2858 



CCLXXXII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SEWERS— Continued. 

Page 
Fifty-seventh av., from Grand ar. to 30 feet north of C, M. & St. P. Ry. (Pacific 

Division ) Passed 1788 

Fifty-second av., from Grand av. to Homer st " 2542 

Fifty-second st., from Princeton av. t® 260 feet west '' 798 

Fifty-third st., from Robey to Wood sts., etc., etc., (system) " 2042 

Fortieth av., from Armitage to Bl©omingdale avs , " 1569 

Fortieth av., from FuUerton to Wrightwood avs , " 2459 

Fortieth av., from Milwaul^ee av. to Roscoe st , " 1569 

Fortieth ct., from North to Wabansia avs " 2458 

Fortieth ct., from 16th St. to 300 feet south " 1570 

Fortieth ct., from Wabansia to Bloomingdale avs " 1569 

Forty -first av., from Milwaukee av. to Melrose st " 552 

Forty-first av., from 16th St. to 300 ft. south " 1571 

Forty-first ct., from 16th St. to 300 ft. south ■ " 1570 

Forty-fourth av., from Armitage av. to Cortland St., etc. (system) '• 1568 

Forty-fourth ct., from 16th to 15th sts " 1571 

Forty-seventh av., from Armitage av. to Homer st., and in Homer St., from 47th 

av. to Belt Railway '^ 2518 

Forty-seventh av., from Milwaukee av. to Grace st., etc. (system) " 2858 

Forty-seventh ay., from Railroad to Wilson avs " 1960 

Forty-eighth St., from Halsted st. to 490 feet west " 1571 

Fourteenth st., from State st. to Wabash av., and in Wabash av., fr©m 13th to 

16th sts '' 2458 

George st. , from Hamlin to Avers avs " 2857 

Greenwood av., from 45th to 44th sts " 918 

Hailsted St., from Little Calumet River to 119th St., etc. (system) " 1573 

Plaralin av., from Diversey av. to George st Passed 121, 1789 

Hawley av., from Ogden av. to first alley south of 22d st Passed 121 

Higgins av., from Milwaukee av. to west line Sec. 9, T. 40, R. 13 '. . . " 2518 

Homer st., from 47th av. to Belt Railway " 5518 

Hoy ne av. , from 33d to 32d sts " 1567 

I©wa St., from 48th t® 50th avs " 1789 

Laflin St., from 45th to 46th sts " 1290 

Lawndale av., from FuUerton to Humboldt avs., etc " 1569 

Lawrence av., from river to north and seuth quarter section line of Sec. 17, etc., 

for main outfall, etc " 161 

Leavitt st., from CuUom av. to 241 ft. south " 2857 

Loomis St., from 67th to 69th sts " 1572 

Lowell av., from Armitage to Bloomingdale avs " 2459 

Market st., from Congress st. to 130 feet southeast thereof '• 2856 

Melrose st., from Elston av. to first alley west of California av; '^ 918 

Melrose st., from 530 feet west of Kimball to Drake avs " 2175 

Milwaukee av., from Lawrence av., t® Edmunds st., produced, etc., and in Hig- 
gins av., from Milwaukee av. to west line of Sec. 9, etc " 2518 

Monticello av., from Irving Park blvd. to 245 feet s®uth, etc., system " 186 

Morgan St., from 88th to 87th sts " 1572 

Ninety-ninth St., from Halsted st. to Oak av., system " 2253 

Ohio St., from 47th av. to 550 feet east '' 1571 

One Hundredth pL, from Prospect av. to Wood st Passed 485, 2459 

One Hundred and Eleventh pi., from Michigan av. t© State st Passed 187 

One Hundred and Eleventh pi., from Perry av. to State st " 28.58 

One Hundred and Fifteenth st., from Michigan av. to State st '' 1961 

One Hundred and Ninth st., from Wentworth av. to 525 feet west of Princeton av '• 1790 

One Hundred and Sixteenth st., from Indiana av. to 35 feet east of C. & W. I. R. R 

: Passed 918, 1961 



i 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SEWERS -Continued. 



CCLXXXIII 



One Huundred and Sixteenth st., from Prairie to Front avs Passed 485, 19G2 

One Hundred and Seventeenth st., first alley east of Michipran av., in west side Michif^an 

av., State st., 116th, 118th and 119th sts., 117 and 118th pis. and Wabash av. (system) 

Passed 486 

One Hundred and Tenth pL, from Michigan av. to State st " 196^ 

One Hundred and Tenth st., from Wentworth av. to first alley east of C. & W. I. R. R. . 

Passed 918, 1790 

One Hundred and Twelfth pL, from Michigan ar. to State st Passed 486 

One Hundred and Twelfth pL, from Wentworth av. to State st '' 1961 

Railroad av., from Montrose to 47th avs. and in 47th av. from. Railroad to Wilsen 

avs " 1960 

East Ravenswood Park, from Bryn Mawr av. to first alley s©uth @f Peterson av. . " 2517 

Ridg-eway av., from Fullerton to Belden avs " 1570 

Ridgeway av., from Irvingr Park Mvd. to point south, etc., etc., (system) " 366 

Robey st. , from 65th to 71st sts. , etc. , etc. , ( system ) ' • 2253 

Sacramento av., from Avondale av. to Wellington st " 1960 

Sacramentp av., from Fullerton av. to FoUansbee st '' 1568 

School St., from 530 feet west of Kimball to Drake av " 2175 

Seventieth pi., from State st. to 468 feet west of State st " 1961 

Seventy-first St., from Morgan to Bishop sts., etc. (system) " 1669 

Sixteenth st., from 45th to 44th avs ; " 1571 

Sixteenth st., from Wood t® Lincoln sts. , " 121 

Sixtieth st., from State st. to 20 feet west of Armour av " 1960 

Sixty-third st., from Cottage Grove to Ingleside avs. (as laid ©ut, etc. ) " 24^0 

Sixty-third st., from Ingleside (north of 63d st.) to Cottage Grove av " 486 

Sixty-third st., from Paulina st, to Hermitage av. and thence in Hermitage av. to 

64th st " 917 

' Syraeuse av., from Irving Park blvd. to Berteau av Passed 4S5, 1960 

Throop St., from 67th to 68th sts Passed 187 

Throop St., from 68th to 68th sts " 2519 

Troy St., from Bloomingdale rd. to first alley north, etc " 2857 

Troy St., from 27th to 26th sts " 1568 

Twenty-seventh st., from Kedzir av. to Troy st., thence in Troy st. to 26th st '' 1568 

Vincennes rd., from 87th st. to 560 feet northeast of 99th st " 2459 

WalDash av. (both sides), from 13th to 16th ats " 2458 

WaDash av. (west side) , from 12th to 13th sts '• 2457 

Wabask av. (east side) , from 12th to 13th sts " 24.57 

Walden parkway, from 97th to 99th sts " 122 

Washtenaw av. , from 24th st. to 80th feet south 0f 24th st , " 2.517 

Winchester av., from 51st to 52d sts " 1290 

Winona st., from Western av. to west line S. E. i^. Sec. 12, 40, 13 >' 1570 

Winston ar., from 95th to 97th sts " 2519 

Wood St., from 65th to 63d sts '^ 1572 

Wrightwood av., from 124 feet west of Burling st. to 210 feet west " 2857 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS. 

Page 

Aberdeen st. , from Garfield blvd. to 59th st ; Passed 1496 

Aberdeen St., from .59th to 63d sts '^ 1781 

Aberdeen st., from 63d to 69th sts " 480 

Aberdeen St., from 69th to 74th sts " 1503 

Ada St., fpom 47th to 49th sts >' 1098 



1665 
908 



nor 

102 
913 

797 
2039 



CCLXXXIV INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page 

Ada St., from 59th t© 63d sts Passed 2118 

Ada St., from 69th to 74th sts 
Ada St., from 77th to 79th sts 

Ada St., from Lake to Kinzie sts ^'' ''^^^'f 

Adams av., from 75th st. to Anthony av "^ 1^^^ 

Adams St., from Centre av. to Halsted St " 2S5i> 

Adams st. , from 40th to 46th avs 

Adams St., from Western to Sacramento avs 

Addison st., from Clark st. to Racine av 

Addison s-t., from Herndon st. to Racine av. 

Albany av., from Belmont to Elston avs 

Albany av., from Diversey st. to Humboldt blvd ^' 1094 

Albany av., from Grace St. to Elston av " H* 

Albany av., from Humboldt blvd. to Avondale av 

Albany av. , from Lake t© 12 sts 

Albany av., from Ogden av. to C, B. & Q. Ry 

Albany av., from 16th st. to C, B. & Q. Ry 

Albany av., from 26th st. to C, B. & Q. Ry 

Ann St., from Lake to Kinzie gts . . 

Arbor pi., from Ada st. to Ashland av 

Archer av., from California av. to South Rockwell st " 1246 

Archer av., from Chicago River to Leavitt st. . . . . 

Archer av., from 43d av. to Belt Railway 

Archer av., from Lawndale to Hamlin avs 

Archer av., from Lowe av. to South Branch river 

Archer av. , from State st. to 23d pi 

Archer av., from 23d pi. to Lowe av 



1854 

552 

1780 

1321 

1782 

271 

2582 

246 

902 

1246 

798 

1090 

1278 

1662 

Argvle St., from Clark st. to Evanston av Passed 92, 913 

Armour av., from 53d st. to Garfield blvd Passed 2856 

Armour av., f rem 35th to 37th sts 

Artesian av., from Lake to Kinzie st 

Artesian av. , from North av. to Division st 

Artesian av., from Ohio to Kinzie sts - 

Artesian av., from 25th st. to south terminus of Artesian av 

Ashland av. , from Addison to Cornelia sts 

Ashland av., from Montrose blvd. to Clybourn av 

Ashland av. , from Montrose bi vd. to Cullom av 

(S.&A.,W.D 361 

Ashland av., from 12th to 22d sts ) Reported ... 759 

Passed 1722 



1723 
1280 
266 
88 
272 
913 
113 



Ashland av., from 31st to 35th sts 

Ashland av., from 63d to 69th sts 

Auburn av., from 35th st to 38th pi 

Auburn st., from 31st to 33d sts 

Augusta St., from 42d to 46th avs 

Augusta St., from Western to California avs 
Augusta St., fr®m Western av. to R®bey st. . 

Austin av., from 50th t© 46th avs 

Austin av., from Halsted st. to Ashland av.. 

Avenue L, from 95th to 104th sts 

Avenue L, from 104th to i06th sts 

Avenue M, from 95th to 102d sts 

Avenue N, from 102d to 105th sts 

Avers av., from Chicago av. to Division st . 

Avers av., from Chicago av. to Kinzie st 

Avers av., from 14th st. to Offden av 



1664 

2603 

1090 

1783 

1361 

106 

907 

1247 

2602 

2041 

2118 

1098 

90 

1317 

703 



I 



r 



INDEX. CCLXXXV 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Pagre 

Avers av. , from Grand to North avs Passed 478 

Avers av., from 22d St. to C, B. &Q. R. R " 100 

Avers av., from Wrightwood to Diversey avs " 2604 

Avondale av. , from Hobart to Claremont avs " 2874 

Avondale av. , from Hobart to Evergreen avs < 

I Amended & passed 1325 

Avondale av., from Troy st. to Kedzie av "■ 1951 

Ballou St., from Armitage to North av " 2117 

Belden av., from Bissell to Osgood sts " 912 

Belden av., from Hamlin to Central Park avs " 1854 

Belle Plaine av., from 40th av. to point west of Lowell av " 1855 

I Belmont av., from California to Washtenaw avs " 1724 

Belmont av., from Halsted st. to Racine av " 1945 

Belmont av., from Leavitt st. to Western av " 268 

Belmont av., from Western av. to river , " 638 

Berlin st. , from Leavitt st. to Hoy ne av " 1321 

Berlin St., -from Leavitt St. to Western av " 369 

Berlin st., from Talman to California avs " 479 

Berteau av., from 43d et. to 44th ay " 1724 

Berwyn av., from Southport to Magnolia avs " 1282 

I Bishop St., from 53d st. to Garfield blvd , '• 1661 

Bishop St., from 63d to 65th sts " 376 

Bishop St., from 65th to 69th sts " 909 

Blackhawk st. , from Halsted st. to Smith av " 1854 

Bloomingdale rd., from Milwaukee to Kedzie avs " 90 

Bonaparte st., from Arch to Lock sts , " 1244 

Bond av., from 81st st. to Illinois av " 1784 

Bosworth av., from Addison st. to Waveland av t. " 1283 

Bristol St., from Wentworth av. to P., F. W. & C. R'y " 1855 

Bryn Mawr av., from Clark st. to Evanston av '' 703 

Buckingham pi., from Halsted to Clark sts '' 1281 

Buffalo av., from 87th to 92d sts " 1363 

Buffalo av., frona 133d to 132d sts " 1957 

Burling St., from Oakdale av., to Diversey blvd " 1282 

Butler St.. from 69th to 72d sts " 916 

Butler St. , from 73d to 76th sts ^ " 916 

Byron st, from Ashland av. to East Ravenswood Park '^ 1283 

I Byron St., from Clark St. to Southport av " 273 

I Byron st., from 41st av. to C, M. & St. Ry '' 1783 

' Byron St., from 44th to 45th avs " 1854 

Byron st., from Hamlin to Central Park avs " 1722 

I Calhoun av., from 105th to 107th sts " 1958 

I California av., from Division St. to Grand av " 796 

i California av., from Dunning st. t® Fullert®n av, " 368 

California av., from Humboldt blvd. to Milwaukee av " 1853 

California av., from North to Milwaukee avs " ,905 

i California av., from Ogden av. to 12th st " 1317 

'California av., from 16th to 26th sts >' 631 

iCalifornia av., from 36th st. to C. & A. R. R •' 92 

(California av., from Wellington St. to C. & N.-W. Ry. " 1362- 

'Calumet av., from 56th to 61st sts " i662 

iCaoipbell av., from Augusta to Division sts '> 373 

'Campbell av., from Grand to Chicago avs " 3603 

Campbell av., from Fullerton av. to Diversey st " 1G7 

iCanal St., from Grove to 22d sts '^ itqo. 



CCLXXXVI 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Canalport av., from 22d to Johnson sts Passed 

Carmen av., from Southport to Evanston avs 

Carpenter St., from Garfield bivd. to 56th st 

Carpenter st., from Lake st. to alley north of Kinzie st 

Carpenter st., from Lake st. to C. & N. W. Ry 

Carpenter st. , from 60th to 61 st sts 

Carpenter st., from 61st to 63d sts 

Carpenter st., from 69th to T3d sts 

Carroll av., from Ashland av. to Robey st 

Carroll av., fr®m Central Park to Homan avs Deferred 623 

Carroll av., from 40th to 43d avs Passed 1819 

J S. & A. W. D . 361 
Carroll av. , from 43d av. to Belt Railway i Reported 757 

Carroll av., from Paulina to Leavitt sts 

Carroll av., from Sacramento av. to Francisco st 

Carroll av., from St. Johns ct. to Carpenter st 

Castello av., from Kimball to Central Park avs 

Cataipa av., from Forest Glen av. to 50th ct 

Center st., from Seminary to Racine avs 

Central Park av., from Division to Diversey sts 

Central Park av., from Chicag^o av. to Division st 

Central Park av., from 26th st., toC, B. &Q. Ry 

Central Park av., from 26th to 31st sts 

Central st., from Columbia to Pratt avs 

Central st. , from Farwell to Pratt avs 

Central st., from Farwell to Touhy avs 

Central st., from Touhy to Greqnleaf avs 

Centre av., from 32d to 34th pis 

Centre av., from 35th to 39th sts 

Centre av., from 58th to 63d sts 

Centre av., from 63d to 69th sts 

Centre av. , from 73d to 74th sts • • 

Centre av., from 99th to 105th sts 

Centre av., from Van Buren t© Madison sts 

Centre av . , from Van Buren to 12th sts 

Ceylon av. , from 72d t© A vondale avs 

Champlain av,, from 63d to 69th sts 

Champlain av., from 95th st t© Burnside av 

Chatham ct., fr©m Elm to Division sts 

Chauncey av., from P., F. W. & C. Ry. to 80th st 

Chauncey av., from 77th to 79th sts 

Chauncey av., from 92d to 93d sts 



Cheney av., from Hobart to Crescent avs 



Deferred. 



88 
375 
115 
374 
1318 
1^61 
2602 
1726 
1492 



Passed 1780 

1457 

374 

1953 

906 

1946 

906 

1951 

1780 

1361 

1946 

1358 

1104 

1281 

1950 

2457 

94 

1362 

642 
96 

645 
1493 
2874 

119 
1322 

479 

270 
1958 
1504 

630 



Passed 544 



Cherry av., from Eastman to Branch sts Passed 124^ 

Cherry pi., from Maplewood to Artesian avs '' *^' 



Chicago av., from Central Park to 40th avs 

Chicago av., from 40th to 46th avs 

Chicago av. , from 46th to 52d avs 

Chicago av., from Kedzie to Central Park avs. 

Chicago av., from Kedzie to Grand avs 

Chicago av., from May st. to Ashland av 

Chicago av. , from Western to Grand avs 

Christiana av., from Ohio st. to Chicago av. . . 
Circle av., from North to South Ceylon av. . . 



2117 
370 
265 
790 
635 

1053 



INDEX. CCLXXXVII 

ORDINANCE AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page 

Circle av.. west, from Ceyloa to Ceylon av Passed r)29 

Claremout av., from 25th st. to Blue Island av " 700 

Claremont av., from VanBuren to Harrison sts " 103 

Clarinda st., from Holt st. to Ashland av '' 2873 

Clark St., from Aldine ay. to 347 ft. northerly, etc •. " 273 

Clark St., from Bryn Mawr to Balmoral avs •' 375 

Clark St., from Howard st. to Pratt av " 912 

Clark St., from North av. to Center st " 1104 

Cleveland av., from Fullerton to Garfield avs " 375 

Cleveland av., from Garfield to Clybourn avs " 552 

Clifton Park av.. from 23d to 26th sts " 1357 

Clifton Park av., from 26th to 28th sts " 1361 

Clinton St., from Fulton to Kinzie sts " 1322 

Cljbourn pi., from Clybourn av. to east line of river " 551 

Clybourn pi., from Elston av. to west line of river " 551 

Coblentz st., from Leavitt to Robey sts " 368 

Colorado "av., from California to Homan a^s " 1279 

Colorado av., f i-om 42d ct: to 48th av " 94 

Colorado av., fram 42d to Homan avs " 914 

Coles av., from 71st to 75th sts " 1782 

Commercial av., from 82d to 83d pis " 2118 

Coraraercial av., from 82d st. to 83d pi " 2585 

Reconsidered (by ord.) and Board of Local Improvements " 2615 

Commercial av., from 91st to 95th sts " 480 

Commercial av., from 95th to 104th sts " 643 

Congress Park, from Van Buren to Harrison sts " 1457 

Congress st., from Central Park to California avs " 1101 

Congress st., fr©m Paulina to Leavitt sts , " 103 

Congress st. , from Robey to Leavitt sts " 373 

Cornelia av., from Halsted st. to SheflBeld av " 1282 

Cornelia ct. , from Milwaukee av. to Stave st " 479 

Cornelia St., from Robey to Leavitt sts " 272 

Cornelia st., from Western to Washtenaw avs , " 1358 

Cornell av., from 71st st. to 632 ft. north of 70th st " 371 

Cortez St. , from Robey to Leavitt sts Passed 912, 1280 

Cortez St., from Western to California avs .' Passed 1103 

Cortland st. , from 40th to 42d avs , " 1952 

Cortland st., from Kimball to Central Park avs " 1952 

Cottage Grove av., from 39th st. to Oak wood blvd " 911 

Cottage Grove av., from 60th to 63d sts " 1111 

Cottage Grove av., from 75th to 87th sts " 1666 

Cottage Grove av., from 87th to 91st sts " 372 

Cottage Grove av., from 91st to 95th stS' " 97 

Cottage Grove av., from 92d to 95th sts " 644 

Cottage Grove av., from P., F. W. & C. Ry. to 75th st " 482 

Crescent av., from Myrtle to East Circle avs. 



Deferred . . . 629 

Cromwell st. , from Milwaukee to Fullerton avs Passed 186 

Crosby St., from Elm to Hobble sts " 267 

Crosby St., from Oak to Larrabee sts „ " 551 

Crystal st., from 42d to 44th avs " 792 

Crystal St., from Robey to Leavitt sts " 1279 

Cullom av., from Clark st. to Ashland av '* 1495 

Cullom av., from Western to Campbell avs " 2605 

Curtis St., from Huron to May sts " 1362 



CCLXXXVIII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page 

Curtis St., from Lake st. to Grand av Passed 374 

■Custom House ct., from Harrison to Taylor sts '. Deferred 1275 

Dale ct., from 22d st. to southern terminus of Dale et Passed 631 

Dauphin av., from 88th to 92d sts " 370 

Dauphin av., from 92d to 9Bd sts '' 1364 

Dearborn St., from 47th to 53d sts " 1284 

Dearborn St., from 35th to 37th sts " 373 

Desplaines St., from School pi. to Washington st " 798 

Dewey et., fr©m Halsted to Clark sts " 1105 

Dickens av., from California av. to Humboldt bivd " 373 

Dickens ay., from Kedzie to 40th avs " 1953 

Diversey st., from California to 40th avs • ■- " 1093 

Diversey st. , from Elston av. to river " 550 

Division St., from North Branch St. to river " 1*^33 

Division St., from 40th to 46th avs " 1387 

Division St., from Halsted to Crosby sts " 3*i7 

Division st., from Mouticello to 40th avs " 107 

Division st., from Noble st. to Elston av Deferred 76 

Dobson av., from 90th to 93d sts Passed 644 

Drake av., from Chicago av. to Kinzie st " 3582 

Drexel av.. from 55th to 59th sts " 1113 

Drexel av., from 60th to 67th sts " HH 

Drexel av., from 91st to 95th sts " 795 

Drexel ar., from 71st to South Chicago av " 1360 

Drexel av., from 73d to 78th sts " 644 

Dunning st., from Western to Oakley avs " 1945 

Dunning st., from Western to Sacramento avs " 1660 

Bast Circle av., from Ceylon to Ceylon avs Deferred 544 

East Ravenswood Park, from Irving Park blvd. to Addison st Passed 1721 

East Ravenswood Park, from Lawrence to Winnemac avs '" 1383 

East Ravensw©od Park, from Melrose to School sts " 1563 

East Ravenswood Park, from Peterson av. to Cemetery entrance '' 3855 

Eggleston av., from 69th to 71st sts • " 1359 

Eighteenth pi., from Ashland av. to 200 ft. west of Wood st S. & A., W. D. 623 

Eighteenth pl.f»from Robey st. t& Western av , Passed 634 

Eighteenth pi., from Washtenaw av. to Rockwell st " 1361 

Eighteenth st., from Ashland av. to 200 ft. west of Wood st '...Reported 989 

Eighteenth st., from California av. to Rockwell st Passed 1500 

Eighteenth St., from Western av. to Robey St. .. " 789 

Eightieth st., from Sherman to Railroad avs " 150* 

Eighty -first st., from Sherman to Railroad avs " 1503 

Eighty-second st., fr®m Halsted st. to C, R. I. & P. Ry " 908 

Eighty-second st., from Ontario to Commercial avs " 1665 

Eighty-fourth St., from Baltimore to Escanaba avs '' 3607 

Eighty-seventh pi., from South Park to Cottage Grove avs " 1323 

Eighty-eighth pi., from South Park to Dauphin avs '' HOO 

Eighty-eisrhth st., from South Park to Cottage Grove avs " 1364 

Eighty-ninth pL, from South Park to Cottage Grove avs " 1333 

Eighty-ninth st., from Cottage Grove to Dauphin avs., " 1363 

Eighty-ninth st., from South Park to Dauphin avs " 1363 

Eighty-ninth st., from Winchester av. to Morgan st '' 3118 

Elburn av,, from Throop to Laflin sts Deferred 1355 

Ellas ct., from Archer av. to Lyman st Laid over ^76 

Elizabeth st., from Garfield blvd. to 63d st Passed 1725 



Elizabeth st., trom 67th to 69th sts, 



1363 



INDEX. CCLXXXIX 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SID EWALKS-Continued. 

Eliisav., from 55th to 59th sts Passed 119 

Ellis ay., from 60th to 67th sts '' 1286 

Ellis av., from 74th to 76th sts ' " 270 

Ellis av., from 76th to 79th sts " 1958 

Ellis av., from 90th to 93d sts, " 644 

Elm St., from Claris st. to first alley west _, " 1247 

Elm St., from Clark st. to Lake Shore drive " 1104 

Elston av., from Belmont av. to Humboldt blvd " 1245 

Elston av., from Kedzie to Belmont avs " 1095 

Elst©n av., from Webster av. to C. & N. W. Ry " 790 

Emerald av,, from Garfield Wvd. to 59th st " 1107 

Emerald av., from 33d to 31th sts .: " 903 

Emerald av., from 65th to 66th sts " 1781 

Emerald av. , from 80th to 83d sts " 2607 

Ems St. , from Powell to Western avs " 1281 

Erie av., from 130th to 135th sts " 97, 

Erie St., from Ashland to Western avs; " gn 

Evans av., from 49th to 50th sts " 1852 

Evans av., from 64th to 65th sts " uiO 

Evans av,, from 65th to 69th sts.. '' 120 

Evans av., from 75th st. to P., F. W. & C. Ry '' 1852 

Evans av., from 93d st. to C. & W. I. R R " 1354 

Evanston av., from Devon to Hayes avs " ii04 

Evanston av., from Diversey blvd. to York pi " 112 

I Evanston av., from Montrose to Poster avs " m 

Evergreen av., from Calif@rnia av. to Rockwell st " 1493 

ji' Ewing: St., from Halsted st. to Blue Island av " 374 

Pake St., from Bonaparte to Lyman sts Laid over 76 

Farrell st., from C. & A. R. R. t© Hillock av Passed 2116 

Parwell av., from Perry st. to Southport av '* 1105 

Ferdinand st., from Robey to Lincoln sts " ] 782 

Fifth av. , from Harrison to Taylor sts Deferred 1355 

Fifth av., from 26th to 29th sts '^ 1087 

Fifth av., from 39th to Root sts Passed 2041 

Fourteenth pi., from Canal t® Halsted sts '« 357 

Fourteenth pi., from Rockwell st. to Talman av ^^ 1091 

I Fifteenth pi., from Campbell to California avs " 1950 

Fortieth av., from Chicago av. to Division st '' 94 

Fortieth av. , from Division st. to North av " 94 

Fortieth av. , from Harrison to 16th sts ' " 359 

Fortieth av., from North to Armitage avs , '^ 1663 

Fortieth av., from 16th to 22d sts " 1246 

Fortieth ct., from 12th t® 16th sts '^ 792 

Fortieth ct., from 26th to 31st sts " 2117 

Forty-first av. , from Cullom to Elston avs " 2040 

Forty-first av., from Madison to Kinzie sts [^'^ A.W.D. 361 

I Reported . . . 756 

Forty-first av., from Milwaukee av. t® School st Passed 2040 

Forty-first av., from Montrose to Irving Park blvds " 92 

Forty -first av., from Van Buren to Harrison sts " 1095 

Forty-second av., from Chicago to North avs " 2117 

Forty-second av., from Fullerton t® North avs '' 1359 

Forty-second av., from Irving Park blvd. to Milwaukee av " 1954 

Forty-second av. , from Madison to Lake sts " 376 

Forty-second av., from Mentrose av. to Irving Park blvd " 1948 



CCXC INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continuea. 

Page 

Forty-second av., fr©ra 12th to 18th sts Passed 702 

Forty-second pi., from Cottage Grove av. to I. C. R. R " ^^09' 

F©rty-second pi. , from Stewart to Princeton avs " 1384 

Forty-second st., from Wallace to Halst®d sts " '^^^ 

Forty-third av., from Montrose to Waveland avs " 2040 

Forty-third ct., from Montrose to Elston avs " ^38 

Fort"y-f@urth av., from Chicago av. to Division st " ^605 

Forty-fourth av., from Divisien st. to North av " 1^87 

Forty-fourth av., from Madison to Lake sts "' 1^4:8 

Forty-fourth av., from Montrose to Lawrence avs " 637 

Forty-fourth av., from Wilson to Sunnyside avs " 1094 

Forty-fourth pl„ from Wallace st. to P. F. W. & C. R. R ''^ 3584 

Forty-fourth St., from Grand blvd. to St. Lawrence av " 117 

Forty-fifth av., from Madison to Harrison sts " 19^5 

Forty-fifth av., from Madison to Lake sts.. . . " 1^96 

Forty-fifth av., from 12th to 14th sts 

Forty-fifth ct., from Irving Park blvd. to C. &. N.-W. R'y 

Forty-fifth st., from Ashland av. to Wood st. "^ "^^» 

Forty-sixth St., from Indiana av. to Grand blvd " 1^62 

Forty-sixth St., from Wabash to Indiana avs " H''' 

Forty-seventh av., from Chicago av. to Kinzie st 

Forty-seventh av., from C. & N.-W. R'y t® Lawrence av • 

Forty-seventh ct., from Lawrence to Sunnyside avs 

Forty-seventh St., from Halsted st. to Ashland av • • • 

Forty-seventh st., from State to Halsted sts 

Forty-seventh st., from Vincennes to Cottage Grove av • " 1*97 ^ 

Forty-eighth av., from Augusta to Cornelia sts " 1955 1| 

Forty-eighth av., from Erie t® Cornelia sts || 1^^ 'I 

Forty-eighth av., from Lake to Erie sts " l^^'i 

Forty-eighth av., from Madison to Harrison sts 

Forty-eighth av., from Madison to Lake sts - 

Forty-eighth av.. from North av. to Erie st - • • 

Farty-eighth av., fro n Harrison to r3th sts || 93 -I, 

Forty-ninth av., from Chicago av. to Kinzie st " 19^* 

Fiftieth st., from Centre to Ashland avs "^ '''I 

Fiftieth st., from Cottage Grove av. to Grand blvd '' 11^8 

Fifty-first av., from Fulton st. to Park av 

Fifty -first av. , from 350 feet north of Huron st. to Ontario st 

Fifty-first st,, from Ashland av. to Wood st.. 

Fifty-first st., from Spaulding av. to C. & G. T. Ry , || 1^02 

Fifty-first st., from State st. to Grand blvd 

Fifty-first st. , from Washtenaw av. to Rockwell st 

Fifty-first st., from Western av. to Wood st : 

Fifty-second st., from Halsted st. to Centre av 

Fifty-second st. , from Halsted to Morgan sts 

Fifty-second st., from St. Louis to Spaulding avs 

Fifty-third St., from Ashland av. to Robey st 

Fifty-third st., from Halsted to Peoria sts 

Fifty-third st., from Kedzie to St. Louis avs 

Fifty-fourth st., from Ashland av. to Paulina st 

Fifty-sixth st. , from Ashland to Centre avs 

Fifty-sixth St., from Ashland av. to Lincoln st |' 

Fifty-seventh st., from State st. to Wentworth av - " 11"^ 

Fifty-seventh St., from Wentworth to 5th av . . , 

Fifty-eighth st., from Centre av. to Lincoln st. " 



2584 
637 



791 

637 

1664 

1096 



1955- 
1956 
1566 



1359 
2040 
1098 



646 
1956 
1501 

370 

185 
1664 
1956 

268 
1663 
1362 

184 



376 
184 



INDEX. 



CCXCI 



ORDINANCFS AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS-Continued, 

Page 

Fifty-ninth st., from Lincoln st. to Western av Passed 1502 

Fifty-nintli st., from State st. to Soutti Park av " 120 

Fletcher st., from East Ravenswood Park to Paulina st " 2II6 

Fletcher st., from Hoyne av. to Leavitt st " 1052 

Florence av., from Diversey st. to Wrightwood avs " 112 

Flournoy st., from Central Park to Albany avs " noi 

Flournoy st., from 46th to 48th avs u 268 

Flournoy St., from Francisco to Sacramento avs " 1^49 

Follansbee st., from Humboldt blvd. to Catalpa ct " 1501 

Fontenoy pi., from Milwaukee av. to Park st " iqqq 

Foster av., from Clark st. to Evanston av " io9 

Foster av., from Clark to Robey sts u ^283 

Foster av., from Western av. to Robey st ' ' (536 

Francis st., from Ridge to Southport avs u ^^359 

Francisco av., from Elston to Belmont avs " X953 

Francisco av., from Lee av. t& Wellington st , " 2089 

Frankforl st., from Western to Mapiewood avs " 995 

Frankfort St., from Western avenue to Robey st , " I95I 

Front St., from Kensington av. to 116th st '^ 372 

Fullerton av., from Clybourn av. to river u g36 

Fullerton av., from Humboldt blvd. to 40th av " 904 

Fullerton av., from Sheffield to Racine avs " igSQ 

Fullerton av., from Robey st. to Western av " 1663 

Fulton St., from California to Homan avs u 481 

Fulton St., from 44th to 46th avs. . . . u 3-^Q 

Fulton St., from Sangamon to Peoria sts u 108 

Garfield av., from Larrabee to Halsted sts " IO9 

Grace st., from East Ravenswood Park to Ashland av " 1283 

Grace st., from Milwaukee to 40th avs i' I853 

Graveland av., froai Clarendon to Evanston avs " 913 

Grand av., from 40th to North avs u I85 

Grand av., from 49th to 51st avs . . * . u 790 

Grand av., from Halsted st. to Ashland av " 1318 

Grand av., from Kedzie av. to Division st '^ 186 

Grand av., from Monticello av. to C, M. & St. P. Ry ^' 2603 

Grand av., fr®m Monticello to 40th avs " 478 

Grand av., from Rockwell st. t© Chicago av " 90 

Grand av., from Wood to Lincoln sts " IO3 

Green st., from Madison to Harrison sts u 1^03 

Green Bay av., from 89th st. to Harbor av ' " 1957 

Greenleaf av., from Clark st. to Ashland av .' " no 

Greenleaf av., from Clark st. to East Ravenswood Park '' I495 

Greenwood av., from 60th to 6rth sts ' * .' ' * '' 120 

Greenwood av., from 71st st. to L. S. & M. S. Ry ' " 1109 

Greenwood av., from 90th to 94th sts ' ^ . ' | " 271 

Grenshaw St., from40th av. to Douglas blvd " 1849 

Grenshaw st., from Kedzie t® Spaulding avs " 102 

Groveland ay., from 28th to 29th sts " 1719 

Haddon av., from Western to California avs " 1313 

Halsted st., from Archer av. to 33d st , ' u 9Q2 

Halsted st., from Austin to Chicago avs.'. '« 1720 

Halsted st., from Division to Hooker sts \ " 635 

Halsted st., from Division to Vedder sts u q^ 

Halsted st., from Fullerton to Wrightwood avs ,,[[ " HI 

Halsted st., from Harrison t© 16th sts '.*"/. - 1281 



CCXCII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page 

Halsted st., from 16th to 22d sts Passed 1323 

Halsted st., from 22d st. to South Branch Paver " 903 

( Refd. Back to B. L. I. 1557 

Halsted st., from 34th to 39th sts < -p^^^ed 1782 

Halsted st., from 69th to 87th sts Passed 908 

Hamburg st., from Rohey st. to Western av ^' l'^83 

Hamilton av., from Cornelia to Roscoe sts " ^'^3 

Hamilton av., from Wilson to Montrose av " 1851 

Hamlin av., from Chicago av. to Division sts " 1103 

Hamlin av., f rom Kinzie st. to Chicago av *' 104 

Hamlin av., from North to Diversey avs " 19^4 

Hamlin av., from North av. to Division st " H^^^ 

Hamlin av., from School to Addison sts " 2874 

Harbor av., from South Chicago av. to The Strand " 1957 

Harding av., from Augusta st. to Chicago av " 1951 

Harding av., from Chicago av. to Kinzie st " 481 



Harding av., from 14th st. to Ogden av. 



to Roscoe st " 1850 



645 

Harding av., from Wrightwood to Fullerton avs Deferred 1558 

Harrison St., from Ashland blvd. to Paulina st Passed 102 

Harrison St., from Clark to State sts Deferred 1942 

Harrison St., from Western to 40th avs Passed 1848 

Hartwell av., from 66th to 67th sts '^' 1958 

Harvard av., from 73d to 75th sts " 914 

Harvard st., from 40th to 42d avs '^' 1948 

Hermitage av., from 47th st. to Garfield blvd " ''^584 

Hermitage av., from Irving Park blvd. to Winnemac av " 376 

Hermitage av., from Ogden av. to 12th st " 1^60 

Hermitage av., from 68th to 70th sts. " ^^^ 

Herndon st., from Belmont av, 

Herndon st., from Roscoe to Byron sts '' 1851 

Hickory av., from Blackhawk to Division sts i. '' 1245 

Hillock av., from 25th to Lock sts |' '^87 

Hirsch st., from Harding to Kedzie avs " 904 

Hirsch St., from Leavitt st. to California av " 1^5 

J Deferred 544 

Hobart av., from Avondale to West Circle avs i Passed 629 

j Deferred. ... 544 
Hobart av., from East Circle to Clarendon avs < p^ggg(j 520 

Homan ay., from Madison to Harrison sts Passed 1101 

Homan av., from 62d to 65th sts ^' ^^ f 

Homan av., from 26th to 30th sts 'J 1*^^ ' 

Honore st., from 47th to 53d sts " ^606 

Honore st., from Madison to Harrison sts Passed 101, 271 

Howard ct., from 95th t© 99th sts '• Passed 1665 

Hoxie av., from 104th to 109th sts ,. " 1^57 

Hoyne av., from Grand av. to Division st. (plank) (to refer back to J Deferred 69b il 

B. L. I. for cement walk ord) , ( Passed 1591 

Hoyne av., from Grand av., to Madison St Passed 1561 

Hoyne av., from Madison to 12th sts " 1^^8 

"' 1321 
366 



Hoyne av., from 16th st. to Blue Island av. 
Hoyne av., from 34th to 36th sts 



" 7Q7 

from North av. to Alice pi *•-' 



Hoyne ct. 

Hudson av., from North av. to Wisconsin st 

Humboldt av., from Hamlin to Central Park avs, 



1318 



INDEX. 



CCXCIII 



Humboldt st., from Division to Conjelia sts " 15fjl 

Humboldt St., from Dunning- to Wellington sts " 109;: 

Huron St., from Albany to 40th avs " 2Gf: 

Huron st., from 46tli to 59th avs " 2875 

Huron st., from Leavitt st. to Washtenaw av " 2116 

Indiana av., from 4?th to 50th sts " 1722 

Indiana av., from Garfield blvd. to 63d st " 917 

Indiana av., from 12th to 13th sts " X779 

Indiana St., from river to Orleans st " 1(352 

Indiana st., from St. Clair st. to Lake Shore drive '< 1319 

Ingleside av., from 51st to 55th sts " II7 

Ingleside av., from 74th to 75th sts " im 

Ingleside av., from 75th to 76th sts , " IO99 

Iowa St. , from 48th to 52d avs <■<■ 1954 

Iowa St. , from Western to Campbell avs < ' IO92 

Irving ay., from Hamburg- to Ems sts " 2873 

Irving av., from Montrose to Cullom avs '< igsi 

Irving av., from North av. to Division st " 1102 

Irving av., from 24th to 25th sts u 737 

Irving Park blvd., from Ashland to Perry avs " 113 

Irving- Park blvd., from East Ravenswood Park to Ashland av " 1720 

Irving Park blvd., from. 40th to 48th avs " 797 

Jackson av. , from 53d to 59th sts " 1108 

Jackson av., from 65th to 66th sts " 1498 

Jacksou av., from 400 feet north of 73d st. to 75th st '• no 

Jackson av., from 75th to 78th sts. " I505 

Jackson av., from 78th to 79th sts " I958 

Jackson Park ter., from Stony Island to Jackson avs " 1852 

Jefferson av., from 77th st. to South Chicago av , '^ 794 

Jefferson av., from 9 1st St. to C. & W. I. R. R " 543 

Jefferson st., from 12th to 16th sts " 631 

Jefferson st., from 20th to 22d sts u ggQ 

Jotmson St., from 18th to 22d sts Reported 414 

Justine st., from 47th to 51st sts . . Passed 371 



Justine st., from 68d to 65th sts 

Justine st., from 63d to 69th sts 

Justine st., from 69th to 71st sts 

Kedzie av., from Archer av. to 55th st 

Kedzie av., from Douglas blvd. to' 12th st 

Kedzie av., from 55th to 63d sts 

Kedzie av., from North av. to Palmer sq 

Kedzie av., from 38th st. to I. & M. Canal 

Kedzie av., from 22d to 26th sts 

Kedzie av., from 26th to 31st sts 

Kedzie av., from Wellington st. to Belmont av. . .'. 

Kensington av., from Michigan to Prairie avs 

Kimbark av., from 71st to 73d sts 

Kinzie st., from Ashland av. to Robey st 

Kinzie st., from 42 av. to Belt Ry 

Kinzie st., from 48th to 49th avs 

Kinzie st., from 49th to 50th avs 

Kinzie st., from Sangamon st. to Ashland av 

Kosciusko St., from Robey to Leavitt sts 

La Fayette parkway, from Sheridan rd. to 1000 feet easterly. 



273 
793 

1783 
370 

1848 

95 

107 

1095 
367 
788 
481 
551 

1109 
368 
479 

2606 

1955 
796 

2603 

1106 



CCXCIV INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page 

Laflin st., from 63 to 69th sts Passed 96 

Laflin st., from 2lst to 22d sts " 1498 

Lake av., west side, from 5oth to 57th sts '' 1320 

Lake av., east side, from 55th to 57th sts " 1360 

Lake St., from Western to Homan avs " 13T9 

Laugley av., from 67th to 69th sts " HO^ 

Larrabee St., from Blackhawk st. to North av ' " 1^*5 

LaSalle st., from 44th to 46th sts " 2041 

LaSalle st., from 22d to 26th sts " 1^^^ 

LaSalle st., from 26th to 29th sts " 264 

Lawndale av., from Chicago av. to Kinzie st " 266 

Lawndale av., from Cornelia to Addison sts " ''01 

Lawndale av., from Divisi®n st. to Chicago av " 266 

Lawndale av., from 47th to 1st sts '' '^3 

Lawndale av., from Irving Park blvd. to 50 ft. north of C. &N.-W. R'y " 1721 

Lawndale av., from Ogden ay. to 26th st " 1^*^ 

Lawndale av., from School to Cornelia sts " '"1 

Lawndale av., from 26th to 31st sts -^ '' 1*9^ 

Lawrence av., from Ciark st. to Magnolia av '' 1^^ 

Leavitt St.. from Blue Island av. to C, B. & Q. R'y " '0^ 

Leavitt St., from Grand av. to Washington blvd '* 10* 

Leavitt st., from 106th to 107th sts " l^^a 

Leavitt St., from Roscoe to Addison sts " H*' 

Lee av., from California to Albany avs '' 1093 

Leland av., from Clark to Paulina sts " 203& 

Leland av., from Sheridan rd. to Clarendon av ■• '' H^ 

Le Moyne st., from California to Western avs " 131''' 

Le Moyne st., from 40th to Hamlin av '" 1^^^ 

Le Moyne St., from Robey to Leavitt sts " 10^ 

Le Moyne St., from Spaulding to Central Park avs '" 19^1 

Le Moyne st., from Spaulding to Kedzie avs " 10^ 

Le Moyne St., from Spaulding av. to 250 ft. west " 10^ 

Lexington ar., frmn 60th to 67th sts " HO^ 

Lexington av., from 91st to 94th sts " 6*3 

Lexington St., from 40th to 41st avs " 1949 

Lexington st., from Western to California avs " 1^59 

Lincoln av., from Byron te Grace sts " 19^''' 

Lincoln av., from Sheffield av. to first alley south, etc " ' 272 

Lincoln st., from 47th to 51st sts '' 195" 

Lincoln st., from 51st st. to Garfield blvd '' 2606 

Lincoln St., from Garfield blvd. to 63d st " 95 

Locust St., from La Salle av. to Clark st 



109 

a 

Loomis St. , from 63d to 69th sts • 

642 
Lowe av., from 103d to 104th sts 



Loomis St., from 21st to 22d sts ■. " 1^^^ 

269 

Loomis St., from 69th to 71st sts " 1^^^ 

Loomis St., from 88th to 89th sts .' '' 1^^^ 



Loomis St., from S9th to 95th sts 

.. " 910 



Lowe av., from 51st to 54th sts '^ 1^^^ 



Lowell av., from Berteau to Montrose avs ••• '' 1^01 

Lubeck st., from Leavitt st. to Western av " 904 

Lunt av., from Ridge av. to Clark st " 1^94 

Luther st., from Washtenaw av. to Rockwell st '' "^^^^ 

Lyndale av., from Hamlin to Lawndale av " 2b0& 

Lyon av., from 93d st. to Cottage Grove av " 1^^^ 



INDEX. 



ccxcv 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page 

McHenry st., from river to Rawson st Passed 1849 

McLean av., from California av. to Humboldt blvd " 905 

Madison av., from 63d to 64th sts Passed 1111, 1950 

Madison av., from64tli to 66th sts Passed 917 

Madison av., from 71st to 73d sts " 917 

Madison st., from 41st to 46th avs " 1501 

Madison st., from Paulina st. to Western av " 3037 

Maple St., from Clark St. to LaSalle av " 481 

Maplewood av., from Lake to Fulton sts " 1357 

Marcy st. , from Wabansia av. to Cly bourn pi " 635 

Marshfield av., from Addison st. to Waveland av '' 1319 

Marshfleld av., from Cornelia av. to Roscoe st " 113 

Marshfield av., from 63d to 69th sts ■ " 641 

Marshfield av., from Waveland av. to Irving Park blvd " 1852 

May St., from 58th to 63d sts " 640 

May st,, from 63d to 67th sts " 907 

May St., from 67th st. to 481 ft. south of 74th st " 702 

May St., from Garfield blvd. to 58th st " 1661 

May St. , f r®m Lake st. to Carroll av " 108 

Medill av., from 48th to 49th avs - '' 1663 

Melrose St., from Halsted st. to Evanston av " HI 

Meridian st., from Halsted to Desplaines sts " 2582 

Meridian st., from 103d to 107th sts '• 909 

Michigan av,, from 116th to 119th sts " 2608 

Millard av., from 26th to 30th sts " 1100 

Milwaukee av., from Robey to Girard sts " 1493 

Milwaukee av., west side, from 62d av. to north line south 3^ south y^ Sections 

31, 41, 13 ' ■ 907 

Milwaukee av. , from Western to Sacramento avs " 551 

Monroe av., from 73d to 75th sts " 1285 

Monroe st., from Halsted to Canal sts " 1286 

Monticell© av., from Chicago av. to Division st '' 2583 

Montlcello av., from Irving Park blvd. t© Addison st " 1721 

Monticello av., from Kinzie to Indiana sts '' 550 

Montlcello av., from North to Armitage avs " 1724 

Monticello av., from North av. to Division st " 1245 

j Passed 2605 
1 Re-con. & File 2796 



Monticello av., from North t© Wabansia avs. . . 

& N.-W. 



Montrose av., from Ashland av. to C 

Montrose av., from 40th to 47th avs 

Montrose av., from Lincoln av. to West Ravenswood Park 

Morgan st. , from 63d to 65th sts 

Morgan st., from 12th to 22d sts 

Morse av., from Ridge to Southport avs 

Mozart st., fr@ra Humboldt blvd. to Avondale ave 

Mozart st., from Humboldt blvd. to FuUerton av 

Muskegon av. , from 79th to 82d sts 

Myrtle av., from Crescent to Ceylon avs 

Nebraska av., from Palmer sq. to Armitage av 

Nineteenth st., from Kedzie t© Western avs 

Nineteenth st., from Western av. to Robey st 

Ninetieth st., from Cottage Grove to Dauphin avs 

Ninetieth st., from Strand to Manistee av 

Ninetieth st., from South Park to Vincennes avs 

Ninety-first st., from Vincennes to Dauphin avs 



Ry Passed 



1496 
1094 
2038 
1284 
1091 
1495 
1723 
1562 
1497 
637 
1358 
788 
367 
1505 
1567 
2608 
1567 



CCXCVI INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Pag:e 

Ninety-third st., from C. & W. I. R. R. to N. Y. C. «fe St. L. R. R Passed 1099 

Ninety-third st., from Stony Island av. to west of Washington av " 98 

Ninety-fourth st., from Jefferson to Stony Island av " 98 

Ninety-eighth St., from Avenues G and N " 2607 

Noble av., from California to Francisco avs '" 1098 

Noble av., from Elston to California avs " 1564 

North av., from Clark St. to LaSalle av... '• 875 

North av., from Kedzie to 48th avs " 792 

North av., from Lake to Kinzie sts " lOQ 

North av., from Robey st., to Western av " 107 

Norwood Park av., from Evergreen st. to 64th av " 636 

Oak St., from Gault ct. to Larrabee st " 91 

Oakdale av., from Racine to Sheffield avs " 111 

Oakley av. , from Blue Island av. to 18th st " 638 

Oakley av., from Chicago av. to Division st '' 186 

Oakley av., from Division st. to North av.. " : 1280 

Oakley av., from Dunning st. to Pleasant pi " 267 

Oakley av., from Fullerton av. to Rhine st " 91 

Oakley av., from Madison st. to Chicago av " 1560 

Oakley av., from Milwaukee av. t® Rhine st "■ 904 

Oakley av., from Montrose to Belle Plaine avs " 1947 

Oakley av,, from Roscoe to School sts " 1947 

Oakley av., fr®m Walnut st. to Washington blvd •' 105 

Ogden av., from Albany to Springfield avs , ... " 789 

Ogden av., from Springfield to 46th avs " 639 

Ogden pi., from Ogden av. to Wood st " 1559 

Ohio St., from 49th to 50th avs " 2605 

Olga St., from Waveland av. to Grace st. " 1106 

One Hundred and Second st., frona Longwood to Tremont avs " 1502 

One Hundred and Third st., from Indiana av. to State st " 794 

One Hundred and Third st., from Longwood to Tremont avs " 2606 

One Hundred and Third st., from State to Halsted sts " 271 

One Hundred and Third St., from Vincennes rd. to Longwood av " 1287 

One Hundred and Fourth st., from Ewing av. to Avenue N " 2584 

One Hundred and Fourth st., from Muskegon to Hoxie av " 1727 

One Hundred and Sixth pi. , from Stewart av. to State st " 910 

One Hundred and Sixth st., from Muskegon to Calhoun avs " 1726 

One Hundred and Sixth St., from Stewart to Wentworth avs " 910 

One Hundred and Seventh st., from Vincennes rd. to Western av " 1665 

One Hundred and Ninth st., from Avenue M to Green Bay av " 2585 

One Hundred and Eighteenth pi., from Michigan to Indiana avs " 795 

Ontario av., from 130th to 135th sts .• " 642 

Orchard st., from Belden to Webster avs " 1850 

Osgood St., from Waveland av. to Byron st " 2582 

Otto St., from Paulina to Wood sts '. " 110& 

Parnell av., from 74th to 76th sts " 916 

Paulina st., from Addison st. to Irving Park blvd " 1495 

Paulina st., from 52d st. to Garfield blvd " 184 

Paulina St., from 47th to 52d sts '' 793 

Paulina st., from Grand to Chicago avs " 1560 

Paulina St., from Grand av. to Lake st " 104 

Paulina st., from Granville to Ridge avs " 1848 

Paulina st., from Irving Park blvd. to Berteau av " 114 

Paulina st., from 63d to 69th sts '' 641 

Paulina st., from Warren av. to Van Buren st '' 1719 



INDEX. 



CCXCVII 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Pa^e 
50th avs Passed 906 



Pensacola av., from Milwaukee to North 



Peoria st. , from 51st t© .53d sts 

Peoria st. , from 53d to 57th sts ' 

Peoria st., from 59th to 60th sts ' 

Peoria sts., from 70th to 74th sts 

Perry av., from Farwell to Greenleaf avs 

Perry st., from Devon to North Shore avs 

Pierce av., from Kedzie to Homan avs 

Pleasant pi. , from Western to Maplevif ood avs 

Polk St. , from Ashland blvd. to Loomis st 

Polk St., from Ashland to Western avs 

Polk St. , from Clinton to Canal sts 

Polk St., from Clinton to Halsted sts 

Polk St., from 40th to 41st avs 

Polk St., from Rockwell st. to Western av 

Potomac av., from California av. to Robey st 

Potomac^v., from Kedzie to Hamlin avs. '. 

Potomac av. , from 40th to Springfield avs 

Powell Park, from Western to Campbell avs 

Prairie av., from 58th to 59th sts 

Prairie av. , from 61st to 63d sts 

Princeton av. , f ram 39th to Root sts 

Princeton av., from 69th to 71st sts 

Princeton av. , from 73d to 75th sts 

Prindville st.. fr@m Milwaukeee av. to Stave st 

Railroad av. , from 71st to 73d sts . .' 

Randolph st., from Halsted to Ann sts 

Randolph st. , from 42d to 46th avs 

Raven st., from Evergreen st. to North 64th av 

Raven St., from Norwood Park av. to Evergreen st Deferred 1087 

-Rawson St., from Elston av. to McHenry st Passed 550 

Rhine st., from Leavitt st. to Western av 

Rhine St., from Milwaukee to Talman avs 

Rhodes ar. , from 60th to 61st sts 

Rhodes av., from 35th to 37th sts 

Rhodes ar., from 63d st. to L. S. & M. S. R'y 

Rhodes av., from 66th to 67th sts 

Rhodes av. , from 67th to 68th sts 

Rhodes av. , from 71st to 74th sts 

Rice St. , f r@m Rockwell st. to Washtenavr av 

Ridgeway av., from Division to Kinzie sts 

Ridgeway av., from Irving Park blvd to 50 feet north of C. & N. W . Ry 

Ridgeway av., from North to P®tomac avs 

Ridgeway av., from 26th to 30th sts 

Robey St., from Adams to Van Buren sts 

Robey st., from Chicago av. to Division st 

Robey St., from 52d st. to Garfield blvd • 

Robey St., from Lawrence to Clay ays 

Robey st., from Lunt t@ Rogers avs 

Robey st., from Madison st. to Chicago av 

Robey st., from Roscoe to Addison sts 

R@bey st., from 63d to 67th sts 

Robey st., from Taylor to 14th sts 

Robey st., from 31st to 35th sts 

Robey St., from Van Buren to Taylor sts 



268 

1320 

1107 

641 

1494 

1105 

2b72 

1944 

1780 

1559 

91 

369 

1949 

1944 

1561 

185B 

1092 

1849 

1109 

1248 

1097 

116 

1949 

1565 

118 

377 

638 

92 



2604 

90 

119 

1848 

1285 

2116 

120 

1497 

2603 

1286 

1721 

634 

1499 

1100 

1720 

2875 

2115 

1946 

1560 

2037 

909 

88 

2872 

1500 



CCXCVIII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Pag-e 

Rockwell St., from Division to Augusta sts , ; Passed 1091 

Rockwell St., from 19th to 26^h sts " 549 

Rockwell St., from 16th st. to C, B. & Q. Ry ' " 1498 

Rogers av., from Clark to Perry sts " 2855 

Roscoe St., from Clark to Halsted sts " 1720 

Rosc©e St., from Western av. to West Ravenswood Park " 1947 

Rush St., from Illinois to Michigan sts " 1850 

Sacramento av., from Augusta to Division sts •' 1561 

Sacramento av., from Elston av. to C. & N. W. Ry " 1500 

Sacramento av., from 43d to 44th sts " 793 

Sacramento av., from Milwaukee to Belmont avs " 2873 

Sacramento av., from 22d to 26th sts • " 368 

Sangamon st., from Kinzie st. to Milwaukee av " 1318 

Sawyer av., from Fullerton to Wrightwo®d avs " 1106 

Sawyer av., from Kinzie st. to Chicago av " 103 

Sawyer av., from 26th to 30th sts " 1500 

School St., from Western av. to West Ravenswood Park " 2037 

Schubert av., from California av. to Rockwell st. " 1103 

Schubert av., from Mozart to Whipple sts " 904 

Schubert av., from Rockwell st. to Western av " 1092 

Seeley av., from Addison st. to Waveland av , " 114 

Seeley av., from Madison to Van Buren sts " 1279 

Seeley av. (both sides) , from Roscoe to School sts Passed 272, 479 

Seipp av., from 69th to 71st sts Passed 480 

Shakespeare av., from California av. to Humboldt st " 2872 

ShefSeld av., from Addison to Clark sts ' " 1946 

Sheffield a v., from Clark to School sts '• 113 

Sheridan rd., from Foster to Bryn Mawr avs " 110 

Sherman av., from 79th to to 82d sts " 1504 

Sherman pL, from Clark to Orchard st " 110 

Shields av., from 43d to 45th sts " 480 

Sigel St., from Wells to Sedgwick sts " 1945 

Sixteenth sts., from 40th to 43d avs " 93 

Sixteenth st. , from Western to California avs " 633 

Seventeenth st., from Washtenaw ay. to Rockwell st " 633 

Sixty-first st., from Cottage Grove to Madison avs " 1286 

Sixty-second St., from Halsted St. to C, R. I. & P. Ry " 1496 

Sixty-second st., from Lincoln st. to Centre av " 95 

Sixty-third st., from Cottage Grove av. to L C. R. R " 2856 

Sixty-third st., from Cottage Grove to South Park avs " 1110 

Sixty-fourth st., from Harvard av. to Yale st " 116 

Sixty-fifth St., from South Park to Cottage Grove avs " 118 

Sixty-sixth st., from State st. t© P. F. W. & C. Ry " 1287 

Sixty-sixth st., from Wentworth av. to State st " 915 

Sixty-seventh st., from Cottage Grove to Monroe avs " 1320 

Sixty-eighth st., from Ada st. to Hermitage av " 641 

Sixty-eighth st., from Vincennes road to Wentworth av " 1284 

Sixtj^-ninth st., from Halsted st. to Vincennes road .Deferred 77 

Sixty-ninth st., from South Park to Calumet avs Passed 797 

Sixty-ninth st., from State st. to South Park av " 118 

Sixty-ninth St., from Wood st. to Ashiand av 

Sixty-ninth st., from Wood to Leavitt sts 

Seventieth st. , from Halsted ast. to Centre av 

Seventieth st. , from Sangamon to Aberdeen sts 

Seventieth st. , from State st. to Stewart av 



96 

2876 
1855 
2856 



INDEX. 



CCXCIX 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES-SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page 

Seventy-first pi., from Stony Island to Kimbark avs Passed 482 

Seventy-first St., from Bond to Railroad avs '' 1285 

Seventy-first st., from Centre av. to Halsted st Deferred 76 

„ ,„ ^ _ ( Re-con. & File 1G17 

Seventy-first st., from Halsted st. to C. & W. I. Ry •< ^ 

I Passed 1566 

( Deferred 2599 

Seventy-first st., from South Chicago av. to I. C. R. R , < ^ , * , 

I Pa-ssed 2741 

Seventy-first st., from Stony Island av. to I. C. R. R Passed 1320 

Seventy-second st., from Ashland av. to Halsted st " 702 

Seventy-second st., from I. C. R. R. to Stony Island av " 1112 

Seventy-second st., from South Park to Champlain avs , " 1099 

Seventy-second st., from Stewart to Lowe avs " 914 

Seventy-second st., from Stony Island av. to I. C. R. R " 118 

Seventy-third st., fr®m Railroad to Bond avs " 1285 

Seventy-third st., from Stewart to Lowe avs " 914 

Seventy-third st., from Stony Island av.. to I. C. R. R " 1110 

Seventy-fourth st., from Greenwood to Lexington avs " 482 

Seventy-fourth st., from Railroad to Lake ays " 2L15 

Seventy-fourth St., from Stewart to Lowe avs " 915 

Seventy-flfth pL, from Washington to Stony Island avs " 2876 

Seventy-fifth st, , from Noble ct. to Stony Island av " 372 

Seventy-sixth street, from Coles to Railroad avs '' 118 

Seventy-sixth st., from Cottage Grove to Greenwood avs '' 1099 

Seventy-seventh St., from Cottage Grove to Green w©od avs " 1505 

Seventy-seventh st., frota Stony Island to Adams avs " 795 

Seventy-seventh st., from Woodlawn to Chauncey avs " 270 

Seventy-eighth st., from Coles to Railroad avs " 97 

Seventy-eighth St., from Lake to Coles avs " 2876 

Seventy-ninth st., from Halsted st. to C, R. I. & P. R'y " 640 

Smith av. , from Blackhawk st. to North av " 1094 

South Chicago av., from 75th st. to Stony Island av " 97 

c. .1, r^v,- * n.,-,. n~., . ( Deferred ... 1942 

South Chicago av., from 93d to 9Dth sts , •< 

« (Passed 2519 

South Normal Parkway, from Butler st. to C, R. I. & P. Ry Passed 116 

South Park av., from 60th to 67th sts " 1949 

South Park av., from P., F. W. & C. Ry. to 71st st " 1112 

Southport av., from Belden to Webster avs , " B69 

Southport av., from North Shore av. to Devon av " 1319 

Southport av., from Morse to Pratt avs " 110 

Spaulding av., from 51st to 53d sts " 1725 

Spaulding av., from 26th to 30th sts '' 1499 

Springfield av., from Belle Plaine av. to Irving Park blvd " 906 

Springfield av., from Chicago av. to Kinzie st '^ 1500 

Springfield av., from Chicago to North avs " 550 

Springfield av., from Cornelia to Roscoe sts " 701 

Springfield av., from Fullerton to Wrightwood avs " 2604 

Springfield av., from Irving Park blvd. to Byron st '^ 791 

Springfield av., from North av. to C, M. & St. P. Ry " 2874 

Springfield av., from Roscoe to School sts " 791 

Springfield av., from 12th to Harvard sts " 1821 

State St., from Division st. to North av " 1494 

State St., from Kinzie to Division sts " 1494 

State St., from Kinzie to 196 ft. south " 646 

State St., from 65th to 71st sts '' 911 



CCC INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page 

State St., from 33d to a5th sts Passed 99 

Station St., from Fullerton to Western avs " '^90 

Stewart av., from 59th to 63d sts " US 

Stewart av., from 71st to 72d sts " 916 

Stewart av. , fr®m 75th to 77th- sts " 915 

St. Johns pi., from Lake st. to Arbour pi " '^96 

St. Lawrence av., from 96th st. to C. & W. I. R. R " 1504 

St. Louis av., from Colorado av. to Harrison st " '^^1 

St. Louis av., from 51st to 55th sts " l'^^^ 

St. Louis av., from Madison st. to Colorado av " 101 

St. Louis av., from Ogden av. to 22d st " HO^ 

St. Louis av., from 30th St. to C, B. & Q. R. R "^ 2875 

St. Louis av.. from 12th St. to Douglas blvd " 1317 

Stony Island av., from 72d to 73d sts '^| 483 

Superior av., from 92d to 93d sts • " ^J^ 

Superior av., from 134th to 136th sts " 642 

Superior st. , from California to Western avs " 549 

Superior st., from Western to Campbell avs " 1^5 

Superior st., from Western to Oakley avs " 1^^ 

Summit ay. , from Halsted st. to Vincennes rd " 371 

Sunnyside av. . from 45th to 48th avs " 686 

Sunnyside av., from Lincoln to Western avs " 1563 

Sunnyside av., from Robey st. to Lincoln av " 1563 



Swann st., from Stewart to Wentworth avs. 



703 



Talman av., from Hirsch to Cortland sts " 1^93 

Talman av., from Lake st. to C. & N. W. Ry " 645 

Talman av., from Milwaukee t® Fullerton avs " 685 

Tayl©r st., from Ashland to Western avs " 1660 1 

Taylor St., from Campbell to California avs.. " 789 ! 

Taylor st., from Kedzie to California avs " 10^ 

Thomas st., from RoDey to Leavitt sts ^^^'^ 

Thomas st., from Western to Sacramento avs " 1102 

Throop St., from Garfield blvd. to 59th st " 640 

Throop St., from 31st St. to %)uth Branch river " 264 

Throop St., from 6lst to 63d sts " ^69 

Throop St., from 69th to 71st sts '"^ 

a 704. 

Throop St., from 99th to 100th Sts ^ '^* 

Torrence av., from 104th to 109th sts || ^'^27 

Touhy av., from C. & N. W. R. R. to Ridge av '| 1^05 

Touhy av., from Ridge av. to Rockwell st " l'°J^ 

Tower ct., from Chicago av. to Pearson st " ^'^^' 

Townsend St., from Huron t© Erie sts '' 1565 

Tremont St., from Butler to Wallace sts " -°* 

Tripp av., fr®m Armitage to Humboldt avs Deferred 1087 

Tripp av., from North to Humboldt avs Passed 1283 

Troy St., from 12th st. to Douglas blvd || ^^^ 

Troy St., from 26th st. to C, B. & Q. Ry |' ^^^ 

Trumbull av., from Chicago av. to Kinzie st "^ 63 

Trumbull av., from 51st to 53d sts "^ ^l 

Trumbull av., from Ogden av. to 22d st '^^ ^'1" 

Trumbull av., from 26th to 22d sts "* ^JJ 

Turner av., from C, B. & Q. R. R. to 22d st '| '^5 

Turner ay., from 51st to 53d sts || 1 ^^ 

Turner av., from 22d to 26th sts 

Turner av., from 26th to 30th sts 



1563 



,!i 



INDEX. CCCI 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page 

Twelfth St., from California to Albany avs , Passed 101 

Twelfth St., from 46th to 48th avs ... , , " 638 

Twelfth St., from Troy st. to Kedzie av " 789 

Thirteenth st., from Central Park av. to Douglas blvd " 903 

Twentieth st., from California to Albany avs , " 082 

Twentieth st., from Western av. to Robey st " 633 

Twenty-first pi., from Ashland to Western avs " 632 

Twenty-first pi., from Washtenaw to Western avs '' 478 

Twenty-first st. , from Jefferson to Union sts . " 87 

Twenty-first st., from Kedzie to St. Louis avs " 632 

Twenty-first st., from Kedzie to Western avs " 265 

Twenty-first st., from Robey st. to Western av " 89 

Twenty-second pi., from Blue Island to Western avs " 632 

Twenty-second pL, from Douglas blvd. to Washtenaw av " 89 

I Twenty-aecond st., from Archer to Stewart avs '* 87 

Twenty-second st., from St. Louis to Homan avs " 1564 

Twenty-third pi., from Lock well st. to Southwest blvd " 631 

Twenty-third st., from Kedzie t© Homan avs " 100 

Twenty-third st., from Kedzie av. to Whipple st " 89 

Twenty-third st., from Sacramento t® California avs " 700 

Twenty-fourth st. , from Blue Island to Western avs " 367 

Twenty-fourth st., from Kedzie to Homan avs " 99 

Twenty-fourth St., from Kedzie av. to Southwest blvd " 89 

Twenty-fourth st. , from Southwest blvd. to Rockwell st •' 788 

Twenty-fifth pi., from Fortieth to Forty-third avs , " 2875 

Twenty -fifth pi., from Sacramento to California avs , " 700 

Twenty-fifth st., from Kedzie to Homan avs " 99,368 

Twenty-fifth st., from Lawndale to Homan avs. ... " 100 

Twenty-fifth st., from Wentworth to Lowe avs " 1563 

Twenty-sixth St., from Sacramento to Homan avs " 88 

Twenty-sixth St., from Sacrament© to Western avs " 1091 

Twenty-seventh st., from Kedzie to 40th avs " 1564: 

Twenty-seventh st., from Quarry t© Halsted sts. " 787 

Thiivty-flrst St., from Roby St. to Ashland av " 2739 

Thirty-third pi., from Auburn to Morgan sts " 366 

Thirty-third st., from M®rgan to Auburn sts " 630 

Thirty-sixth st., from Seeley to Hoyne avs " 264 

Thirty-seventh pi., from Albany av. to 298 feet west of Kedzie av -' 689 

Thirty-seventh pi., from Spaulding av. to 300 feet west " 792 

Thirty-seventh pi., from State st. to Wabash av " 98 

Thirty-seventh St., from Halsted to Morgan sts " 866 

Thirty-seventh st., from Halsted st. to Wentworth av .^ " 1090 

Thirty-eighth st., from Kedzie to Central Park avs " 1725 

Thirty-eighth st., from Langley to Cottage Grove avs " 99 

Thirty-eighth st., from Wood to Lincoln sts " 1563 

Thirty-ninth St., from Central Park to California avs " 93 

Thirty-ninth St., from Grand blvd. to Vincennesav '• 1497 

Union av., from 103d to 104th sts " 9C7 

Union av. , fr©m Root to 42d sts " 115 

Union av., fr®m 63d to 67th sts '• 1496 

Van Buren st., from Kedzie to Central Park avs. " 796 

Victoria st., from Clark st. to Ridge av '• 2582 

Vincennes av., from 68d to 67th sts '- 1360 

Vincennes rd., from 87th to 91st sts " 794 

Wabansia av., from Kedzie to 40th avs " 2874 



CCCII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Pa^e 

"W abansia av. , from Kedzie to Hamlin avs Passed 1724 

Wabansia av., from' Milwaukee to Kedzie avs " ''90 

Wabash av., from 44th to 46th sts " H'J' 

Wabash av., from 56th to 63d sts " 119 

Wabash av., from 57th to 63d sts " 1498 

Walden Park^vay, from 103d t® 107th sts '" 909 

Waldo pi., from Halsted to Desplaines sts " 3115 

Wallace st., from Garfield blvd. to 63d st " 1246 

Wallace St., from 31st to 35th sts '' 902 

Wallace st., from 39th to 43d sts • " 1096 

Wallace st., from 43d to 49th sts " 1096 

Wallace st., fr®m 51st to Garfield blvd ''" 1^02 

Wallace st., from 79th to 81st sts " 3607 

Wallace st., from 103d to 104th sts " 910 

Walnut St., from Robey st. to Hoyne av Passed 1101, 1247 

Ward St., from Diversy to Marianna sts Passed 2038 

Warsaw av., from California to Sacramento avs, Passed 1564, 2872 

Washington av., from 91st to 93d sts Passed 648 

Washtenaw av., from Chicago av. to Diversey st Deferred 623 

Washtenaw av., from Chicago to Grand avs •■ • • Passed 2872 

Webster av., from Bissell st. to Sheflfleld av " 108 

Wellington st. , from Elston to Washtenaw avs " 3588 

Wellington st., from Racine to Sheffield avs " 1^3 

Wellington st., from Troy st. to Albany av • • • " 1^^^ 

Wells St., from North av. to Chicago river " 108 

Wentworth av., from 47th to 51st sts " 1097 

Wentworth av., from 47th st. to Garfield blvd " 1098 

Wentworth av., from 51st to 53d sts " 109' 

Wentworth av., from 53d st. to Garfield blvd " 1097 

Wentworth av., from 63d to 65th sts " ^1^ 



Wentworth av., from 69th to 71st sts. 



1781 



West Circle av., from Ceylon to Ceylon avs Deferred 544 

Western av., from 47th to 55th sts Passed 1664 



Western av., from Fulton to Lake sis. 



105 

Western av., from Milwaukee av. to Dunning, st " 913 

Western av., from 39th to 47th sts " ^^^ 

West Ravenswood Park, from Wilson to Lawrence avs " 1851 

Whipple St., from Diversey st. to Schubert av " 1565 

Whipple St., from Humboldt Park blvd. to Schubert st '' 3078 

is. &A.,W. D. 623 
Whipple St., from North av. to Bloom iugdale rd < -p.^.^ ^g2 

Whipple St., from 22d to 26th sts Passed 265 

Referred Back to B. L. I. 1657 



Wilcox av. , from 40th to 45th avs ^ Passed 

Wilcox av., from Western to Sacramento avs Passed 101 

Winchester av., from Armitage to Webster avs '' 366 

Winchester av., from Chicago av. to Division st Deferred 784 

Winchester av., from 23d st. to 323 ft. south Passed 1244 

Winchester av., from VauBuren to Twelfth sts " 15^9 

Winnemac av., from East Ravenswood Park to Clark st " 3038 

Winona st., from Lincoln to Western avs 



635 



Winston av., from Vincennes rd. to 99th st " ^40 



'^ 93 

Wolfram St., from ShefiQeld to Mildred avs " 1^61 



Wisconsin av., from Lawrence to Elston avs. 



.ii 



INDEX. 



CCCIII 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— SIDEWALKS— Continued. 

Page 

Wood St., from Chicago av. to Division st Passed 1102 

Wood St., frona 4rth st. to Garfield blvd ^ " 2875 

Wood St., from Garfield blvd. to 63d st " 1247 

Wood St., from 67th to 72d sts " 96 

Wood St., from Washington blvd. to Lake st " 105 

Woodlawn av., from 76th to 81st sts " 2o9 

Woodlawu av., from 92d to 93d sts " 1567 

Woodlawn av., from 93d to 94th sts " 270 

Wrightwood av., from Clark st. to Best av " 113 

Wrightwood av., from Hamlin to 40th avs " 2583 

Yale av., from 67th to 68th sts „ " 116 

Yale av., from 68th to 69th sts " 1360 



Aberdeen st 
Aberdeen st 
Aberdeen st 

Aberdeen st., from Van Buren to Polk sts. 



Aberdeen st., from Van Buren t© Polk sts. 



Adams St., 

Adams St., 
Adams st., 
Albany av. 
Albany av. 
Aldine sq., 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 

Page 

from 47th to 51st sts. Passed 13.57 

from Madison to Van Buren sts , " 1088 

from 63d to 67th sts " 1089 

j Passed 1243 

\ Re-Con. and Referred Back to B. L. U 1272 
j Referred Back to B. L. L 1707 

jFile 2107 

Ada St., from Lake st. to 40 feet north of Arbour pi., etc Passed 2295 

/S. &A.,W. D 698 

from Centre to Westernavs } Reported 849 

' Referred Back t@ B. L. L 1030 

from Centre to Western avs , Passed 1248 

from Michigan to Wabash avs. . . " 2580 

from 19th to 22d sts " 2599 

from Ohio to Central blvd k " 1718 

resurfacing " 545 

Alley bet. Armour, Dearborn, 38th and 39th sts Deferred 1313 

Alley (north and south) west from Ashland, from Ogden to Adams Passed 474 

Alley (north and south), first west of Ashland av., from Adams St. to Jackson blvd, " 546 

Alley bet. Augusta, Iowa, Lincoln and Winchester '' 80 

Alleys bet. Belden, Webster, Fremont and Bissell , " 2740 

Alley bet. Bowen av. and 42d st., St. Lawrence and Langley avs '' 1090 

Alley bet. Calumet, av.. Grand blvd., 47th and 4Sth sts '' 699 

Alley (east and west), first south of Center st., bet. Sheffield and Osgood " S3 

Alley (east and west; first south of Center st., bet. Shefield and Osgood, and 

north and south alley bet. same points, etc " 2425 

Alley first east of Clinton St., from Lake St. to Milwaukee av '' 82 

Alley from 18th to 19th sts., bet. Centre and Allport " 362 

Alley from 19th to 21st sts., from Centre to Allport ' " 363 

Alley first west of Douglas blvd., from Harrison to Flournoy sts '' 1242 

Alley in east K Block 88, bet. 28th and 29th &ts '^ 624 

Alley south of 15th st., bet. State and Dearborn sts., etc '^ 2034 

Alley first north of Harrison st., bet. Oakley and Claremont avs '' 1242 

Alley first south of Harrison st., from Oakley to Western avs ^' 1242 

Alley (north and south) bet. Iowa, Chicago, Lincoln and Winchester '' 81 



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Alley from Kedzie to Homan avs., bet. Walnut to Fulton sts Passed 363 

Alley first south of L^^ington St., bet. Springfield av. and ^ Deferred 1313 

40th ct ' Referred Back to B. L. I.. 1369 

Alley bet. Michigan and Indiana avs., 14th and 16th st? Passed 2516 

Alley from Milwaukee av. to Fulton st., bet. Canal and Clinton sts Passed 363, 2174 

Alley bet. Potomac, Division, Artesian and Campbell Passed 1314 

Alley bet. Prairie and Calumet avs., 47th and 48th sts ■ " 786 

Alley bet. Prairie and Indiana avs., 21st and 22d sts " 2599 

Alley (east and west) north of Randolph St., bet. Ann and Elizabeth sts., (cedar 

block) " 476 

Alley (east and west) first north of Randolph st., from Ann to Elizabeth sts. 

(cedar block ) Deferred 1557 

Alley bet. Robey st. and Hoyne av., Erie and Ohio sts " 1313 

Alley from 68d st. to 137 feet west, bet. Eggleston and Normal avs Paased 2252 

Alley (north and south) first west of State st. , from Randolph to Washington sts. Deferred 77 
Alley (east and west) first north of Both st., bet. Calumet and South Park av. . . .s Passed 546 

Alley (east and west > first north of 39th st., bet. Cottage Grove and Ellis avs '' 545 

Alley bet. Wells and North Park av., from Sigel st. to 100 feet south " 2456 

Alley (north, east and west), bet. Bishop ct., Washington blvd., Sheldon and 

Madison sts " 1942 

Alleys bet. Calumet av. and Grand blvd., 42d and 43d sts " 2174 

Alleys bet. Clinton, Jefferson, Washington and Randolph sts " 364 

Alleys (all) bet. Cottage Grove, Drexel, 44th and 45th sts " 2426 

Alleys bet. Division, Thomas, Winchester and Lincoln Deferred 698 

Alleys (all) , from 45th pi. to 46th St., Grand blvd. to Vincennes av . . . Passed 2036 

Alleys bounded by Lincoln, Newton, Iowa and Augusta sts Passed 81, 1276 

Alleys bet. Madison, Monroe, Kedzie and Homan Passed 2740 

Alleys bet. North av., LeMoyne st., Campbell and Maplewood avs 

Referred Back to B. L. I. 1274 

Alleys bet. North, LeMoyne, Artesian and Carapfeell Deferred 1313 

Alleys bet. North, LeMoyne, Maplewood and Rockwell " 1313 

Alleys bet. North, LeMoyne, Western and Artesian " 1355 

Alleys bet. Springfield av., Donglas blvd., Lexington and Polk sts Passed 1242 

Alleys bet. Thomas, Augusta, Lincoln and Winchester " 81 

Alleys bounded by 26th, 29th Indiana and Prajrie Passed 478, 1558 

Alleys bet. Vincennes av., Grand blvd., 40th and 41st sts Deferred 1086 

Alleys bet. Washington, Park, Kedzie and Homan Passed 1356 

I S.& A.,S.D. 214 

Archer av., from State st. to Ashland av \ Reported. . . 400 

(Passed 532 

Armour av., from 16th to 22d sts Passed 2294 

Armour av., from 37th to 38th sts " 1659 

Ashland av., from Archer av. to north of 31st st " 474 

Ashland av., from Carmen to Edgewater avs., etc., etc " 183 

Ashland av., from Diversey blvd. to Cly bourn av Deferred 2516 

Ashland av., from Fullerton to Wrightwood avs Passed 699 

Ashland av., from 63d to 69th sts. . " 365 

Ashland av., from Touhy to Pratt avs " 262 

Astor St., from Schiller to Banks sts " ^97 

Austin av., from Western av. to Paulina st Deferred 2173 

Avenue H., from 98th to 100th sts Passed 1316 

Avenue M, from 102d to 104th sts " 549 

(S.&A.,N.D. 544 
Belle Plaine av., from Robey st. to West Ravenswood Park ■< ]^gpQj.j.gjj 845 



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ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS— Continued. 

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Berwya av., from East Ravenswood Park to Ashland av Passed 898 

Bisraarck pi., from Noble St. to Centre av ' " 786 

Bonaparte st., from Lock to Arch sts " 2034 

Boston av., from Desplaines to Halsted sts " 2456 

Boweu av., from Ellis to Lake avs " .36.5 



j S. & A. Nth 623 



Byron St., from Clark st. to East Ravenswood Park (system) -I Reported. . . 839 

( Passed 1258 

Calumet av., from Fifty-first to Fifty-fifth sts., annulling assessment (ord. of 

January 18, 1892) and making new assessment Passed 1655 

Calumet av., from Fifty-first to Fifty-fifth sts. (Garfield blvd.), report and order, 

estimate far C, G. and P. Est. app. and order " 1779 

Crlumet av., from 56th to 61st sts " 1090 

CampbeM ave. , from Harrison to Polk sts Passed 79, 2295 

, „ . w C- . vi ^ . T 1 . i Referred Back to B. L. I.. 2172 

Campbell av., from Washington blvd. to Lake st -< 

I Deferred 2294 

Canal St.,_ from Harrison st. to point S. E. of Lumber st Passed 476 

Canal st., from Milwaukee ar. to Fulton st " 82 

Canal st., (W. X) from Milwaukee av. to 15 feet S. of Fulton st " 2600 

Carpenter st., from 50th to 51st sts " 1244 

Carpenter st., from 63d to 67th sts •' 1316 

Cass St., from Michigan st. to first alley south thereof " 2425 

Cedar st., from State st. to Lake Shore Drive " 84 

.Centre av., frbm Adams to Van Buren sts " 624 

Centre av., from Grand to Milwaukee avs " 546 

Centre av. , from Milwaukee to Grand avs Passed 546, 950, 1658 

Centre av., from Milwaukee av. to C. & N. W. Ry Passed 546 

n . f TT -D . i^.u . i Referred Back to B. L. I.. 1086 

Centre av., from Van Buren to 12th sts •< 

(Passed 1276 

Central Park av., from 12th st. to Douglas blvd Passed 894 

Charles pi., f rem Franklin St. to 5th av. (Deferred Jan. 9, 1899.) " 77 

Chestnut st., from State st. to Lincoln Park blvd '^ 85 

Church pi., from Aberdeen st. to Centre av " 476 

Church pi. , from Morgan to Aberdeen sts " 260 

Claremont av., from Van Buren to Harrison sts " 79 

Clark St., from Fullerton av. to Center st. " 84 

Clark St., from Fullerton to Center avs i ^^^^®^ • ""-^^Y 

I Corrected to read Center st. and Passed. 1315 

Clark St., from Fullerton av. to Diversey blvd Passed 85, 1277 

Clark St., from Kinzie st. to 169 feet south of North Water st Passed 897 

Clark St., from 17th to 22d sts " 893 

Cleveland av., from Fullerton to Lincoln avs " 2740 

Cleveland av., from Lincoln to North avs " 2740 

Clinton st., from Harrison to Maxwell sts. (Deferred May 2, 1898.) 

Referred Back to B. L. I. 657 

Clinton st., from Harrison to 12th sts Passed 1658 

Clinton st. , from Lake to Pulton sts " 1243 

Clinton st. , from Lake to Van Buren sts " 895 

Clinton st. , from 12th to Maxwell sts " 894 

Clinton St., from Van Buren to Harrison sts '' 896 

Clybourn av., from Division st. to North av '• 477 

C@lorado av., from Central Park av. to Douglas blvd " 699 

Congress st., from Centre av. to Halsted st " 2035 

Congress st., from Centre av. to Loomis st '' 1717 

Congress st., from State st. t© Wabash av Deferred 258 



627 

901 

81 



CCCVl INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS— Continued. 

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Cottage Grove av., from Drexel Parkway from east to north line of 61st st Passed 2175 

Cottage Grove av., from 61st st. to South Chicago av. Passed 787, 1558, 1719 

Crilly et., from Plorimund to Eugenie sts Passed 1277 

Curtis St., from Kinzie to Huron sts " 547 

Cuyler av., from West Ravenswood Park to Robey st. " 2581 

Dearborn av,, from Kinzie st. to 163 feet south Deferred 893 

Desplaines st., from Harrison to 12th sts Passed 1277 

Desplaines St., from Van Buren to Harrison sts : ...... " 547 

Dickens av., from Kimball av. to Ballou st " 85 

Dunning st., from Western to Oakley avs *' 477 

(Passed 2601 

Eddy St. , from Racine av. to Clark st ■< j^gpg^ied ! . 2794 

Elm St., from Wells to State sts Passed 477 

Emerald av., from 51st to 54th sts " 1456 

Emerald av., from 65th to 66th sts Passed 86, 1659 

Ems St., from Western av. to Leavitt st., etc., etc., (system) Passed 2174 

Englewood av., from Stewart av. to Wallace st " 3517 

Erie St., from Union St. to Centre av '' 363 

(Passed 2601 

Estes av., from Clark St. to C.&N.W.Ry ] Repealed .. . 2793 

Estesav., from Ridge rd. to C. & N. W. Ry Deferred 2425 

Estes av. , from Sheridan rd. to Clark st Passed 2296 

Evanston av., from Devon to Touhy avs., etc y 

Ewing av., from 102d to 104th sts 

Ewing pi. , from Robey to Leavitt sts 

( Referred Back to B. L. I. 1243 
Ewing St., from Blue Island av. to Canal st. (brick) •< p^^gg^^^ ^276 

Fake st., from Bonaparte to Lyman sts — .. .'i Passed 1779 

Fifth av., from 89th to Root sts " ^^^ 

from 43d st. to 46th pi., etc., (system) brick " 627 

from 43d St. t© 45th pL, etc., etc., (system) block " 899 

Fifth av., from Van Buren to Taylor sts " ^^^ 

(Deferred.... 1313 

Fifteenth st., from State to Dearborn sts i pg^ggg^j 1717 

f Pab. and S. & A. , W. D . . 2107 

Reported (majority ) 2279 

Reported (minarity) 2286 

Lost 2322 

Re-Con. and Passed 2431 

Vetoed and Lost 2448 

^^ wS.&A.,W.D.2417 
Fortieth ay., from north line, produced, from west of first alley north otj pgpQj.|.g^i _ _ 2483 

Fillmore st. to 16th st., etc. (system) | Passed 2529 

Fortieth av., from Lake to Kinzie sts Passed 1244 

(Deferred.... 893 

Forty-first av., from Grace st. to C. & N. W. Ry., etc. (system) < Passed 1275 

, S.&A.,W.D. 1456 

Forty-first av., from Madison to Kinzie sts A Reported. . . . 1815 

(Passed 2237 

Forty-first ct., from Grace st. to C. & N. W. Ry Passed 86, 1278 

Forty-first et., from Irving Park blvd. to Montrose av Passed 1088 

Forty-third av., from Irving Park blvd. to C. & N. W. Ry " 548 

Forty -tbird av., from Montrose av. to C. & N. W. Ry Passed 85, 1943 

Forty-third ct., from Montrose av. to Grace st Passed 1278 



Fifth av. 
Fifth av. 



Fortieth av., from north line produced, etc., from first alley 
north of Fillmore st. to West 16th st., etc., etc., (system) 



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Page 

Forty-third St., from Ashland av. to H@nore st., etc. (system) Passed 1089 

Forty- fourth av., from Lake to Madison sts " ^fj 

Forty-fourth pi., from Oakenwald av. to I. C. R. R " 900 

Forty-fourth pi., from Wallace to Butler sts " 477 

Forty-seventh pi., from Halsted to Wallace sts., etc. (system. "■ 263 

Forty-seventh st., from Halsted to State sts S. & A., S. D. 2425 

Forty-eighth st., from Indinna av. to Grand blvd Passed 183 

Forty-eig:hth st. , from Wood to Halsted sts " 263 

Forty-ninth St., from Michigan av. to Grand blvd " 549 

Fifty-first ct., from Fulton st. to Park av ' " 354 

Fifty-first St., from State St. t@ Princeton av " io89 

Fifty-second st., from Halsted to Morgan sts " 1315 

iJud 183 

Fifty-second st,, from State st. to Armour av. (pr©viding for 5-year plan) . -] Reported ... 281 

' Passed 870 

Fifty-fourth st., from Indiana to South Park avs Passed 87 

Fifty-sixth st., from Cottage Grove av. to Woodlawn av., etc., (system) '' 2426 

Fifty-eighth st., from Halsted st. to 64 ft. west of Stewart av " 2252 

Fifty-eighth St., from South Park to Michigan avs. ., " 901 

Fillmore st., from 40th to 42d avs i S-&A.,W.D. 361 

I Reported . . . 752 

Fillmore st. , from Kedzie to Central Park avs. Passed 545 

Flournoy st. , from Oakley av. to Rockwell st ^ ' 2600 

Flourney St., from Robey to Leavitt sts '^ 259 

Forquer St., from Canal St. to Blue Island av " 83 

Forquer st., from Canal st. to Blue Island av i ^'^"^^"^ ^^^^ to B. L. I. . 2425 

<Piie 2455 

Francisco av., from Fullerton av. to Humboldt blvd Passed 546 

Franklin st., from Charles pi. to Harrison st '•<■ 2033 

Franklin st., fr®m Jackson blvd. to Van Buren st. (Deferred July 11, 1898) '' 78 

Franklin st., from Jackson blvd. to Van Buren st '^ 2034 

Franklin St., from South Water to Lake sts Deferred 1313 

Fullerton av., from 40th to 44th avs •. Referred Back to B. L. L 2598 

Fullerton av., from Humboldt blvd. to 40th av Passed 2426 

Fulton St., from Desplaines to Halsted sts " 1355 

Fulton St., from 52d to 50th avs., etc. (system) '• 364 

Pulton St., from Milwaukee av. to Canal'st. " 2600 

Fulton St., from Western to Maplewood avs " 2173 

Gladys av., from Western av. to Stanley ter " 262 

Goethe st., from Clark st. to Lake Shore drive -' I943 

Grace St., from Ashland av. to East Ravenswood pk - S99 

Grand av., from Desplaines to Noble sts . . •' 258 

Grand av., from Paulina st. to Western av. (minutes corrected, page 3239, t© 

show ord. as deferred) " 2173 

Grand av., from Paulina st. to Western av i Deferred.. . . 2239 

j Passed 2542 

Green st., from Kinzie st. to Chicago av i Deferred. . . . 1086 

I Passed 1717 

Green st., from Van Buren to Harrison sts Passed 626 

Greenwood av., from 43d to 51st sts '' 2036 

Halsted St., from Fullerton av. to Clark st i deferred. . . . 623 

j Passed 1356 

Halsted st., from Lake st. to Chicago av. (Deferred March 13, 1899) Passed 77 

Halsted st., from Montrose blvd. to Leland av Pile 849 



CCCVIil INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— STREET IMPROVEMEIJTS— Continued. 

Pagce 

Halsted St., from North av. to Division st Passed 84 

Halsted st., from Van Buren st. to river " 83 

Hamlin ar., from Lake to Madison st " 625 

/ S. & A. W. D. . 1449 
Harrison st., from Belt Ry. to 4Sth av., etc. (system) •< Reported 1528 

(passed.. 1608 

Harrison st., from Canal to Halsted sts Passed 896 

Harrison St., from 40tli av. to Belt Line Ry " 360 

Harrison St., from Halsted St. to Centre av " 364 

Hibbardav., from 51st to 52d sts " 900 

Homan av., from Lake to Fulton sts " 894 

Honore St., from Madison to Adams sts " 625 

Howard ct., from 95tli to 99th sts " 1943 |i 

Hoyne av., from Grand av. to 40 feet south of Kinzie st " 2251 

Huron st., from Centre av. to Noblest " 82 

Huron st., from Milwaukee to Centre avs. (Deferred Nov. 21, 1898) " 77 

Huron St., from Pine to St. Clair sts " 84 

Huron St., from State to Pine sts " 3296 

Illinois St., from Franklin to 492 feet west of Orleans st " 2601 

Illinois St., from Rush to St. Clair sts " 262 

Illinois St., from Wells to Franklin sts " 360 

Indiana av., from 16th to 18th sts " 478 

Indiana av., from 18th to 39th sts Pub. and S. & A., S. D. 539 

Indiana av., fr®ra 18th to 39th sts Passed 2251 

Indiana av., from 63d st. to 541 feet s©uth of 61st st " 3427 

Iowa St., from Western av. to Rockwell st - . .Deferred 77 

Irving- av., from Polk to Taylor sts Passed 80 

Jefferson st., from Harrison to Maxwell sts .Referred back to B. L. Imp. 381 

Jefferson St., from Harrison to 12th sts Passed 626 

Jefferson St., from Madison to Van Buren sts. ., " ^3 

Jefferson St., from 12th to 16th sts.. deferred May 23, 1899, to refer j Motion Carried. 576 

back to B. L. Imp ( Passed 624 

John pi., from South Halsted st. to 477 feet west Deferred 622 

Kedzie av., from North av. to Augusta st Passed 262 

Kensingt®n av., from Front st. to L C. R. R. (system) " 364 

Kinzie st., from 50th av. to line 579 feet east of 47th av., etc. J ^ " ^'^^ " '' ' " ' 744 

^«y«^«^^ 'pasTed'..'".:.'.".".!!::'.":! 865 

Kinzie St., from State to North Water st., and North Water st., from Kinzie to Rush 

sts., etc. Passed 1718 

Kinzie St., from State to Wells sts " 361 

(S. &A.,W. D 473 

Laflinst.,from21stto32dsts ] Reported 569 

Laflin st., from 51st st. to 53d sts Passed 2603 

j S. & A., S. D 1937 

Lake av., from Oakwood av. to 51st st •< -p,.^^ 2279 

Lake st., from 40th to 48th avs Passed 899 

Lake st., from Halsted st. to Ashland av " '^^ 

( Reported.. . . 410 

Lake st., from Halsted st. to Ashland av < -p.^^ ^g-j. 

Lake st., from Halsted st. to Ashland av Passed 1375 

La Salle av. (W. }4), from Kinzie st. to C. & N. W. Ry " 3035 

La Salle St., from 57th pi. to 61st st ;. " 900 



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ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES-STREET IMPROVEMENTS— Continued. 

Page 

La Salle st. , from South Water to Lake st Deferred 1241 

Lawndale av., from Chicago av, to Aug'usta st '< 145f3 

Lawndale av., from Colorado av. to Flournoy st. (system) '< 7^0 

Leavitt st., from Madis®n st. to 43 feet south of Kinzie st " 2251 

Leavitt st,, from Roscoe to Belmont avs " 399 

T • . ^. f T-. T^ '1. ^ T -4.^ ^ i Referred Back to B. L. I.. 1242 

Lexmg-ton st., from De Kaib to Leavitt sts J 

I Passed 1492 

Lexington st., from Kedzle to Central Park avs Passed 



2456 

Liberty st., from Canal to Halsted sts " ' igig 

Lincoln av., from Clark to Center sts , " 1713 

Lincoln av., from Pullerton and Halsted to Wrightwood av " 2416 

Locust St., from La Salle av. to Clark st " 627 

Lomax pi, (Charles pL), from Fifth av. to Franklin st " 2599 

L«)omisst.,from21stto22dsts (S. &A.,W.D 622 

I Referred Back to B.L. I.. 991 

Loomis St. , from Van Buren to Taylor sts Passed 2034 

Macalister pi., from Loomis st. to Centre av " 1658 

Madison av., from 53d to 69th sts " 2036 

Madison av., from 60th to 63d sts., etc., etc. (system) " 2253 

Madison av., from Lake av. to 53d st '' 901 

Maple St., from La Salle av. to State st " J 

(2741 

Marble pi., from Halsted to Desplaines sts " 1942 

Market St., from Van Buren to Congress sts " 623 

Maxwell st., from Johnson st. to Blue Island av " 735 

May St., from Grand to Chicago avs , '^ 786 

May St., from Harrison to 12th sts , " 1315 

Michigan av., from 99th to 109th sts Passed 365, 1944 

Michigan av., from 109th to 115th sts Passed 478 

Michigan av., from 115th to 119th sts " 1944 

Michigan st., from Clark to State sts , " 2601 

Michigan st., from Franklin to Orleans sts " 547 

Millard av., from Colorado av. to Harrison st Deferred 698 

Monroe st., from Oakley to Western avs Passed 259 

Monroe st., from Paulina st. to Centre av , " 1276 

Monroe st. , from Paulina st. to Oakley av " 2455 

Monroe st., from Western av. to Rockwell st '< 262 

Ord. changing to 5-year plan " 1086 

Morgan st., from 47th t© 51st sts " 1089 

Nineteenth st., from Johnson st. to Centre av " 362 

Noble St., from Kinzie st. to Milwaukee av \ ^^^^^^^^- • • • ^^16 

( Passed 2541 

Normal av. , from Garfield blvd. to 63d st. (macadam) Passed 183, 2517 

Oakenwald av., from 42d pi . to 43d st Passed 2296 

Oakenwald av., from 44th pi. to Lake av Passed 900, 1718 

Oakley av., from Grand av. to line 40 feet south of Kinzie st Deferred 2294, 2J55 

Oakley av., from Washington blvd. to point south of Kinzie st. . i ^^^^^^ ^'^^^ 

I Re-Con. and Deferred 2529 
Oakwood av., from Drexel blvd. to Lake av Passed 87 

Ohio St. , from Desplaines st. to Centre av \ ^®^^"'®^ • • • ^^^^^ 

■ ■ j Passed 2023 

One Hundred and Second st., from Loweav. to Canal st., etc., etc., (system) Passed 2542 

One Hundred and Third St., from Michigan av. to C, R. I. & P. Ry '• 902 



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ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS-Continued. 

Page 
One Hundred and Third st., from Michigan av. to point W. of Elizabeth St., etc. . Passed 2581 

One Hundred and Eleventh St., from Michigan to Princeton avs " 628 

One Hundred and Fifteenth St., from Michigan av. to I. C. R. R., etc. (system) . . " 62& 

One Hundred and Fifteenth st., from Michigan to Wentworth avs Passed 628, 1278 

One Hundred and Nineteenth st. , from Wentworth to Michigan avs Passed 699 

Otto St., from Paulina st. to East Ravenswood Parli " 1357 

Paulina St., from Belmont to Noble avs., etc. (system) , " 898 

Peoria St., from Kinzie St. to Milwaukee av " 1^87 

Pe©ria st., from Wayman to Harrison sts > " 1^56 

Pine St., from Indiana to N. Water sts File 849 

P®lk St., from Centre av. to Halsted st. (de- i Referred back for new ®rd. to B. L. I. . 658 

ferred July 11, 1868) | Passed 896, 2295 

Polk St., from 40th to 41st avs Passed 548 



Polk sts., from Halsted to Canal sts. 



625 

627 
2295 

261 



1277 

Powell Park, from Western to Powell avs " 81 

Prairie av., fr m 31st <to33d sts Passed 78, 1657 

Prairie av., from 32d to 39th sts Passed 2251 

Pratt av., from Clark st., to Ridge road " -^^^ 

Princeton av., from Archer av. to 26th st " 1^14 

Randolph St., from Ann to Sheldon sts " 1^14 

Rhodes av., from 31st to 33d sts - Deferred 1657 

Rhodes av., from 70th to 71st sts., etc. (system) Passed 1316 

Ridge way av., from Chicago av. to Division st 

Ridgeway av., from Irving Park blvd. to Grace st. ( system) 

Robey st. , from Grand av. to Washington blvd 

Robey st., from Roscoe st. to line southwest corner Robey and Irving Park blvd., 

efc". 

Rockwell St., from Augusta to Division sts " ^'^^ 

Rockwell St., from Chicago to Grand avs " ^^^ 

Rundell pi., from Aberdeen'st. to Center av " ^"^^ 

j Deferred. ... 258 
Rundell pi., from Morgan to Aberdeen sts < -pg^ssed 362 

Sacramento av., from Fullerton av. to Palmer sq Passed 475 

Sacramento ay., from Wellington st. to Belmont av. (system) 

Sangamon st. , from Ohio to Erie sts 

Sangamon st., from Van Buren to Harrison sts 

Sawyer av., from Armitage to Fullerton avs., etc. (system) 

jPub. andS. & A. W. D... '616 
Sawyer av., from Diversey to Belmont avs., etc, (system) . . . -j j^^p^j.^^^^ 737 

Schiller st., from State st. to Lake Shore drive (re-surfacing) Passed 1243 

School pi., from Jefferson to Desplaines sts. 

Scott St., from Stone st. to 150 ft. east ©f State st. (deferred Sept. 26, 1898,) " ^ 544 

Sedgwick st., from Division st. to North av Passed 897, 2581 

Seeley av., from Lawrence to Clay avs. Passed 898 

Seminary av. , from Wellington st. to Diversey blvd ''^ 898 

Seventeenth st., from Rockwell st. to Washtenaw av " ^^^ 

Seventeenth st., from Wood to Robey sts ^| ^^ 

Order to withdraw ord. from assessment rolls in County Court " H^O 

Sixty-first pi. , from Wentworth av. to Wallace st Passed 2035 

Sixty-first st., from Wentworth av. to Wallace st '' ^^ 

(Ord. 5-year plan " ^?^ 

Sixty-fifth St., from Woodlawn to Kimbark avs Passed 16o9 

Sixty-eighth st., from Rhodes to Cottage Grove avs., etc., (system) "^ 3517 

Sixty-eighth st., from Wentworth av. to Vincennes rd " 2036 

Sixty. ninth St., from Madison to Jefferson avs, etc., (system) " 9^1 



895 

895 

1088 

2252 



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ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS-Contiiiued. 



Seventy-second st., from Yates to Bond avs Passed 2252 

jrieventy-fifth st., from Cottage Grove to Stony Island avs '. . . " 268 

Sheldon st. , from Lake st. to Carroll av , " 475 

Spaulding av. , from Division st. to Grand av " 2173 

/ Pub. and S. & A., W. D. . 1079 

Spaulding av., from Division st. to North av. , etc. (system) . } Reported 1385 

( Passed 1760 

Springfield av., from Harrison st. to 12th sts Passed 698 

St. Louis av., from 26th to 28th sts .Referred Back to B. L. I. 2598 

State St., from Kinzie st. to 200 feet south : Passed 261 

State St., from 16th to 22d sts " 362 

I Pub. and S. & A., S. D. . . 356 

State St., from 26th to 89th sts. (asphalt) -^ To B.L.L for ord. for brick 836 

' S. & A., S. D 2166 

Station st., from Western av. to Leavitt st Passed 626 

Thirteenth st., from Canal to Jefferson sts " 1355 

Thirteenth st. , from Union to Halsted sts " 894 

Thirtieth st., from Prairie to South|Park avs Referred Back to B. L. I. 1942 

Thirty-first st., from P., P. W. & C. R. R. to State st Passed 1314 

Thirty-second st., from Michigan av. to Stat® st " 1313 

Thirty-second st., from Wentworth av. to C, R. I. & P. Ry Passed 78, 1492 

Thirty-seventh st., from State st. to Grand blvd Passed 624 

Twentieth st., from Halsted st. to Centre av " 258 

Twenty-second st. , from Ashland to Western avs " 785 

Twenty-second St., from Indiana av. to I. C. R. R " 473 

Twenty-second st., from Lumber st. to Ashland av , " 784 

Twenty-second st. , from State st. to Inaiana av " 1456 

Twenty-third st., from I. C. R. R. to Wabash av " 624 

Twenty-fifth st., from Kedzie to Trumbull avs " 474 

Twenty-fifth st., from South Park to Wabash avs " 2294 

Twenty-fifth st., from State st. to the lake Deferred 1087 

Twenty-sixth st., from C. R. I. & P. Ry. to Cottage Grove and South Park avs. . Passed 1275 

Twenty-ninth st., from State st. to Wentworth av '' 261 

Throop St., from 47th to 51st st Passed 80, 2174 

Throop St., from Madison to Harrison sts ." Passed 1456 

Tilden av., from Aberdeen st. to Center av " 896 

n. ^ . T- ,^ , ^ , , i Referred Back to B. L. 1 1275 

Troy St., from Logan Square to Avondale av ■< _ 

I Passed 1315 

Turner av., from 24th to 26th sts Passed 785 

Union av., from 71st to 73d sts " 1558 

Union av., from 118th to 119th sts " 1943 

Van Buren st., from Canal to Halsted sts " 895 

Van Buren st., from Halsted st. to Center av " 10S7 

Vincennes av., from 39th to 43d sts .\ ^®^^'''"®^-- • • '^^^^ 

I Passed 1457 

Vincennes av., from 63d st. to South Chicago av Passed 365 

Wabash av., from 12th to 22d sts " 2599 

Walton pi., from State st. to Lincoln Park blvd " 897 

Waverly ct., from Madison St. to Washington blvd " , 79 

Wells St., from Division to Clark sts ^' 626 

Wells St., from Kinzie st. to 451 feet south thereof , " 547 

Western av., from Harrison to 12th sts Passed 259, 474 

Willow St., from Larrabee to Halsted sts '' 2035 

Winuemac av., from Clark st. to East Ravenswood Park Passed lOSS, 2457 

Wood St., from Kinzie St. to Chicago av '• 786 



CCCXII INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— STREET IMPROVEMENTS— Continued. 

Pag 

Wood St., from Kinzie st. to Washington blvd Passed 80 

Wood St., from Washington blvd. to 12th st hlvd " 259 

Wrightwood av., from Clark st. to Lincoln av " 263 

Wrightwood av. , from Clark to Orchard sts . " 1259 

Wrightwood av., from Orchard st. to Lincoln av '' 1658 

Wrightwood av., from Southport to Clybourn avs " 627 

Yale St., from 71st to 73d sts " 548 



ORDINANCES— VACATION. 

Page 
Alley inBlk. 82, C. &C. C. and D. Co.'sSub S. & A., S. D. 666 

(Reported... 834 

Alley in C. & C. C. and D. Co.'s Sub., Blk. 82.. ] ^ "^ ^ 

^ i Passed 1178 

Alley adjeining Lots 1 and 2, Blk. 81, C. T. Sub., 38, 40, 14 File 849 

Alley in Blk. 40. C. T. Sub., 7, 29, 13, bet. Diller, Western, j Rep®rted , 2490 

Fulton and Pan Handle R. R j Re-com., S. & A., W. D. 2570 

Alley (part of) in Blk. 16, Chicago Land Co.'s Sub., 3, 89, 13 File 416 

Alley in Blk. 1 Blanchard's Sub., etc.. N. W. i^, Sec. 26, 40, 13 S. & A., W. D. 2555 

Alley in Dauphin Park Add File 836 

Alley inBlk. 3, Derby's Add., 9,39, 18 S. & A. W. D. 190 

Alley bet. Fulton st. and Park av., Re-Sub. Lots 1 to 48, Derby's Add., etc., j Reported. . . 305 

9, 89, 13 ( Passed 424 

Alley bet. 56th and 57th sts.. Greenwood and Lexington avs. j Amended and Deferred. . 1179 

(with ord. vacating Greenw®od av., from 56th to 57th sts.) * Deferred for Proper Ord. 1265 

Alley in Fricke & Dose's Sub. (request Board of Education) File 161 

(S.&A.,W.D 1516 
Alley In Blk. 4, Jordan's Re-Sub., 24, 39, 13 i -p.^^ 24Q0 

( S.&A.,W.D. 2622 
Alley in Blk. 4, Jordan's Re-sub., 24, 39, 13 j Reported.. 2802 

Alley south ©f Lake st.. Lots 3 and 4, in E. 5 acres, E. K S- ^- M Sec. 11, 39 File 416 

fS. & A., W.D 1254 

1 Reported 1698 

Alley in Lot 14, Blk. 2, H. MyerhofE's Sub., 5, 19, 14 ^ p^^^^^ ^^^ Amended) 1756 

[^Vetoed, Amended & Passed. . 1768 

Alley (north and south) in S. K Blk. 43, School Section Addition S. & A., W. D. 283 

Alley through Lots 15 to 40, Dr. L Scott's Add., 14, 39, 13 S. & A., W. D. 804 

Alley southwest from Jackson blvd., etc., in Dr. I. Scott's Add Passed 9d4 

Another ord Reported 987 

Alley in Lot 1, A. Spetz Re-Sub. Blk. 28, Sheffield's Add., 31,4, 14 S. & A., W. D. 2620 

Alley in Blk. 7, Fullerton's Second Add., 80, 40, 14 S. & A., N. D. 380 

Alley (east and west) in Blk. 7, Fullerton's Second Add., 30, 40, 14, etc Passed 939 

Alley (north and south) in Sub. W. K, N. W. ^, S. W. i^, S. E. i^, 32, j Reported.... 1339 

39, 14 (250 feet long) ' Passed 1477 

Alley in John F. Thompson's North Avenue Sub., 3, 89, 13 S. & A., W. D. 1378 

Alley in Thompson's (John F.) North Avenue Sub. N. W.)^, N. W. 3^, 3, ( Reported.... 2443 

39,13 'Lost 2505 

1 S.&A.,W.D 2466 
Alley in J. F. Thompson's North Avenue Sub. N.W. i^, N. W. i^, 8, 89, 13 -j j^^^^^^g^^ 2566 

Alley in Blk. 9, Union Park Second Add Passed 1744 



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INDEX. CCCXIII 

ORDINANCES— VACATION— ContinuecL 

j S.&A.,W.D 168:3 



1820 



Alley in Blk. 9, Union Park School Add.. , j 

|!S.&A.,W.D 1589 

Alleys in Blk. 6, Vanatta's Sub., 34, 40, 13 ■] Reported.. . . 2075 

i Passed 2226 

( Reported.. . . 406 

Alley in Wadsworth's Add. to Woodlawn, and opening, etc... ] 

'. Passed 1.348 

Alleys in Sub. Blk 1, Blk. 1, Walker's Douglas Park Add S. & A., W. D. 2262 

Fairfield av., North (Linden av) S. & A., W. D. 1518 

Greenwood av., from 56th to 57th sts., and alley bet. j ^^JJ*^^ tt " "a "^" "^"p " tV^ i itto 
^^ , _„ , ^ J J T • . -s Called Up, Amended & Deferred 1179 

56th, o<th, Greenwood and Lexington i t^ . ^J -d r^ -, io« 

' ' ' Deferred for Proper Ord 126 

Greenwood av., from 56th to 57th sts,, and alley bet. 56th and 57th sts., etc 

Referred for Proper Ord. to Corporation Counsel 1698 

Greenwood av., from 56th to 57th sts., and alley in block bet. said streets and Greenwood 

and Lexington avs Passed 1973 

Land, triangular piece, about 67 feet south of Jackson blvd., east of Turner ( Reported — 2489 

av., etc (Passed 2.530 

Thomas st. (Emery), from Central Park to Grand avs S. & A., W. D. 1684 



ORDINANCES— SIDEWALK SPACE. 

Page 
Grace st. , from Southport av. to Herndon st Passed 1584 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— WATER SERVICE PIPES. 

Page 

Aberdeen st., from 47th to 51st sts Passed 1785 

Albany av., from Belmont to Elston avs " 2864 

Armitage av., from 44th to .52d avs . ". " 1120 

Augusta St. , from 42d to 44th avs " 2745 

Austin av., from 50th av. to 579 feet east of 47th av " 1121 

Avenue H, from 98th to 100th st " 1786 

Avenue L, from 95th to 104th sts Passed 485, 1123 

Avers av. , from Chicago av. , to Division st Passed 2743 

Belden av., from Kimball av. to Humboldt blvd '' 484 

Belle Plaine av., from Robey st. to West Ravenswood Park " 1119 

Byron st. from Clark st. to East Ravenswood Park , •' 1119 

Calumet av., from 56th to 61st sts " 1786 

Central blvd. (east and west sides), from Sacramento sq. to Grand av. (two ords.) '■ 2743 

Central Park av., from 12th st. to Douglas blvd " 2742 

Colorado av., from 47th to 48th avs '^ 1785 

Dickens av., from Kedzie to Kimball avs '' 484 

Diversey blvd., from Clark st to Clybourn av " 646 

Division st. , from Kedzie to Homan avs Passed 552, 1576 

Elsten av., from Central Park to Monticello ays Passed 647 

Emerald av., from 51st to 54th sts " 1785 

Emerald av., from 71st to 73d sts " 2255 



CCCXIV INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— WATER SERVICE PIPES— Continued. 

Page 

Erie st.. from 50th to 46th avs Passed 1367 

Ewing av. , from 102d to 104th sts " 1786 

Fiftieth av., from Kinzie to Ontario sts " 1367 

Fiftieth ct., from Kinzie t© Ontario sts " 1367 

Fifty-first av., from Fulton St. to Pari? av " 1122 

Fifty-first ct., from Pulton St. to Parle av " 1122 

Fifty-first ct., from Kinzie to Augusta sts " 1368 

Fillmore St., from 40th to 42d avs " 1122 

Fillmore St., from 42d to 43d avs " 2744 

Fillm(!»re st., from Kedzie t > Central Park avs " 1784 

Flournoy st., from 40th to 48th avs " 2255 

Fl®urnoy st., from Lawndale to Central Park avs " 1118 

Fortieth ct., from 12th to 16th sts " 2744 

Forty-fifth pi., from Wentworth to Stewart avs '' 1578 

Forty-first ct., from 12th to 16th sts " 2744 

Forty-fourth av., from Madison to 12th sts " 2427 

Forty. second av., from 12th to 14th sts " 2745 

Forty-second ct., from Montrose to Berteau avs " 2254 

Forty-second ct., from 12th to 14th sts " 2745 

Forty-third av., from Montrose av. to C. & N. W. Ry •' 1120 

Fort3'-third av., from 12th to 14th sts • " 2744 

Forty-third ct., from Montrose to Berteau avs " 1784 

Fourteenth st., from Douglas blvd. to 40th av " 2742 

Francisco av., from Belmont av. to Wellington st. , '• 1576 

Fulton St., from 50th to 52d avs " 1123 

Grace st., from Ashland av. to East Ravenswood Park " 1119 

Grand av., from 52d to 56th avs " 1785 

Grand av., from 40th to 52d avs " 2427 

Hamilton av., from Montrose to Wilson avs " 1120 

Harrison St., from 46th to 48th avs " 2255 

Harvard st., from 46th to 48th avs " 2254 

Hermitage av., from Addison st. to Irving Park blvd " 484 

Honore st., from 47th to 53d sts '. ■' 2428 

Honore st., from 53d st. to Garfield blvd " 1959 

Humboldt av., from Kimball ay. to Palmer sq " 488 

Humboldt St., from Belmont to Elston avs " 2865 

Humboldt st., from Warsaw to Lee avs " 1576 

Huron st., from 50th to 46th avs " 1368 

Indiana st., from 52d av. to 579 feet east of 47th ay " 1121 

Iowa St., from Western av. to Rockwell st '' 1118 

Kedzie av., from North av. to Avgusta st ■' 1118 

Kinzie st., from 50th av. to 579 feet east of 47th av " 1121 

Lake st., from 4Sth to 52d avs " 1856 

Lawndale av., from Irving Park blvd. to Addison st '' 647 

Leavitt st., from Belmont av to Roscoe st " 1577 

Lee av., from California to Alba-ny avs " 1577 

Lexington st., from Central Park av. to Douglas blvd '• 124 

Lexington st., from 43d to 48th avs " 2427 

Lincoln st., from 51st to 53d sts " 2428 

Lincoln st., from 53d st. to Garfield blvd " 1959 

Lowe av., from 71st to 73d sts " 2256 

Marshfield av., from 51st st. to Garfield blvd " 2429 

Marshfield av., from 60th to 61st sts Passed 124, 1578 

May St., from 48th to 51st sts Passed 2255 

Michigan av., from 99th to 109th sts " H34 



INDEX. 



CCCXV 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— WATER SERVICE PIPES— Continued. 

Page 

Michigan av., from 115th to 109th sts Passed 1123 

M@nticello av., from Irving Park blvd to Addison st " 647 

Monticello av., from North to Armitage avs " 2254 

Morgan st., from 47th to 51st streets " 1578 

Nineteenth st., from California to Albany avs " 483 

Noble av., from Francisco to Elston avs " 1576 

North avs., from 44th to 46th avs " 1120 

Ohio St., from N. 50th av. to 579 feet E. of 47th av " 1121 

•One Hundred and Third st., from Michigan av. to C, R. I. & P. Ry " 1368 

Ontario st., from 52d to 46th avs '' 1122 

Paulina St., from Addison st. to Irving Park blvd '•• 1119 

Paulina st., from 51st st. to Garfield blvd " 2428 

Polk St., from 45th ct. to 48th av " 2254 

Prairie av., 6rom 61st to 63d sts " 1123 

Rhodes av., from 70th to 71st sts " 1786 

Ridgeway av., from Chicago av. to Ohio st. Passed 483, 1575 

Ridgeway. av. , from Irving Park blvd. to C. & N.-W. Ry Passed 647 

Sacramento av., from Belmont to Elston avs '^ 2743 

Sacramento av., from Wellington st. to Belmont av " 1577 

-Sixteenth st., from Kedzie to 42d avs " 2865 

;Spaulding av., from Armitage to Pullerton a^s. . " 484 

Springfield av., from North av. to Division st " 2743 

Station st., from Western av. to Fecker pi " 1118 

Superior st., from 46th to 50th avs " 1367 

Troy St. , from Logan sq. to Avondale av " 2253 

Turner av., from 24th to 26th sts " 1784 

Wellington st, frosi California t@ Albany avs " 1577 

Winchester av., from 53d st. to Garfield blvd '^ 1959 

Winchester av., from 47th to 53d sts •' 2428 

Wood St., from 51st to 53d sts " 2428 

Wood St., from 53d to 54th sts " 1959 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— WATER SUPPLY PIPE. 

Artesian av., from Grand Trunk Junction R. R. to 210 ft. north of 50th st 

Artesian av., from 110 ft. south of 50th st. to 51st st 

Augusta St., from 48th to 50th avs 

Belle Piaine av., from Spaulding to Kimball avs., and in Kimball to Belle Plaine 

avs 

Berteau av., from Spaulding to Kimball avs. 

Bryn Mawr av., from East Ravenswood Park toHermiiage av 

Forty-eighth av., from Dunning st. to FuUerton av 

Campbell av., from 50th to 51st sts 

Campbell av., from 47th st. to 298 ft. south of 48th st 

Campbell av., from Grand Trunk Junction R. R. to 210 ft. north of 50th st 

Central blvd. , from Cornelia st. to Grand av 

Central Park av. , from Lake to Fulton sts 

Colorado av., from 150 ft. vrest of Forty-seventh to 48th avs 

Cornelia st., from 40th to Hamlin avs 

Cortez St., from Kedzie av. to first alley east of Spaulding av 

Crystal st. , from 43d lo 44th avs , 

Cullom av., from Spaulding to Kimball avs 

Dickens av., from Sawyer to Kedzie avs Passed 



Page 

Passed 2176 

" 2043 

" lc08 



2860 
2860 
1506 
1506 
2044 
2044 
2043 
'2542 
1288 
1731 
1508 
2543 
3442 
2860 
1729 



^03, 17 



CCCXVI INDEX. 

ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES- WATER SUPPLY PIPE— Continued. 

Page 

Diversey bt., from Cly bourn av. to river Passed 1288 

Eighteenth st., from 40th av. to 40th ct., and thence in 40th ct. to 200 ft. south of 

18th St " 1667 

Fiftieth st., from Hoyne av. to P. C. C. & St. L. R. R " 2176 

Fiftieth av. , from Kinzie st. to 90 feet north of Austin av " 1508 

Fiftieth av., from Ontario to Ohio sts " 1507 

Fifty-eighth av., from Grand av. to C. M. & St. P. R. R " 3119 

Fifty-first av., from Fulton st. to Park av " 2544 

Fifty-first ct., from Kinzie to Indiana sts " 1509 

Fifty-first pi., from Robey st. to Hoyne av Deferred 2173 

Fifty-first ct., from 240 feet north of Ontario st. to 310 feet south Passed 1509 

Fillmore st., from 42d av. to 580 feet west thereof " 2741 

Fillmore St., from Homan to Central Park avs " 1506 

Fortieth av., from Ogden av. to 150 feet north of C. B. & Q. R. R " 2863 

Fortieth av., from 100 feet south of 18th St. to 21st st " 2861 

Fortieth av., from 140 feet south of C. B. & Q. R. R. to 25th st " 2863 

Fortieth av., from 27th to 31st sts " 2042 

Fortieth ct., from 18th street to 200 feet south " 1667 

Forty-eighth av., from Armitage to Grand avs ! " 1667 

Forty -eighth av., from Augusta st. to Chicago av " 1507 

Forty-eighth av., from Leland to Sunny side avs " 124 

Fortj'-eighth st., from Morgan st. to 410 feet west of Halsted st " 1510 

Forty-eighth av., from North av. to 90 feet south of St. Paul av " 1667 

Forty-eighth st., from P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. to Western Avenue blvd '' 2177 

Forty-eighth av., from 25 feet south of Bernice av. to Addison st., etc. (system) . . " 2859 

Forty-fifth ct., from Polk to Lexington sts " 2043 

Forty-fifth pi., from Stewart t© Shields avs " 1510 

Forty-first av. , from Belmont to Milwaukee avs " 124: 

Forty-first ct., from 22d st. to 100 feet north of C, B. & Q. R. R " 2863 

Forty-fourth av., from Colorado av. to Fillmore st " 1508 

Forty-fourth av., from Congress to Harrison sts " l'^30 

Forty-fourth av., from 12th to 14th sts " 2043 

Forty-ninth st., from Hoyne av. to 290 feet east of Oakley av " 2176 

Forty-second av., from 18th to 22d sts. " 2863 

Forty-second av., from 22d st. to Ogden av " 2862 

Forty-seventh av., from Grand to North avs " 1507 

Forty-seventh pi., from Western to Campbell avs '' 2121 

Forty-sixth st., from Princeton to Stewart avs " 1510 

Forty-third av., from Montrose av. to 220 feet north of CuUom av • " 1288 

Gage ct., from Western to Artesian avs. and in Artesian av. 430 feet south ©f Gage ct. . . 

Deferred 2855 

Grand av., from Hirsch st. to 48d ct Passed 2119 

Harvard St., from Belt Ry. to 180 ft west " 1''^^ 

Hermitage av., from 59th to 61st sts " 2257 

Hermitage av., from 260 feet south of 53d St. to 54th st " 2121 

Hirsch st., from Grand av. to 41st av • " 2119 

Honore St., from 53d st. to Garfield blvd " 2256 

Howard ct., from 95th st. to 120 feet southeast of 96th st., etc " 2742 

Hoyne av., from 51st pi. to 130 feet south of James st '* 2257 

Hoyne av., from 49th to 50th sts. " 2257 

Hutchinson av. , from Spaulding to Kimball avs " 2859 

Irving Park blvd., from Central Park to Hamlin avs., etc. (system) " 646 

Kedzie av., from 70 feet north of Augusta st. k) Division st " 2543 

Kimball av., from first alley north of Irving Park bird, t© Cuyler av.. and in Cuy- 

ler'av., etc " ^^^^ 



i 



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INDEX. 



CCCXVII 



ORDINANCES AND ESTIMATES— WATER SUPPLY PIPE— Continued. 

Paj;re 

to 1170 feet east Passed 2858 



La Fayette Parkway, from Sheridan rd. 

Laflin st., from 59th to 60th sts 

Laflin St., from 57th to 59th sts 

Laflin st., from 61st st. to 70 feet south of 63d st 

Lexington st., from 45th ct. to 90 feet west of Belt Railway 

Lincoln st., from 54th st. to Garfield blvd 

Lincoln st, , from 59th to 61st sts . 

Lincoln av. , from 53d to 54th sts 

Lowell av., from 40 feet south of Montrose av. to 340 feet north of Cullom av 

L©wer av. , from 99th to 100th sts 

Maplewood av., from G. T. June. R. R. to 51st st 

Marshfield av., from 59th to 60th st.s 

Marshfield av., from 60th t® 61st sts., and in 61st to first alley west of Ashland av 

McLean av. , from 43d to 44th avs 

Michigan av., fr@m 103d st. to 568 feet southwest of 104th st 

Nineteenth st., 60 feet west of California av. to 280 feet east of Southwest blvd Passed 704, 1728 

Ninety-sixth st., from Vincennes rd. to Throop st Passed 1511 

Noble av., from Francisco to California avs " 1666 

One Hundred and Twenty- third st., from Wallace st. to Parnell av " 1511 

Ontario st., from 50th to 51st avs " 1509 

Parnell av., from 99th t® 100th sts Deferred 2855 

Pensacola av. , from Spaulding to KimbalFavs Passed 2859 



2122 
1289 
2120 
1731 
2120 
2258 
1289 
1729 
2864 
2120 
2257 
2544 
2860 
2514 



Polk St., from 45lh ct. to 200 feet west of Belt Ry 

Rockwell St. , from 47th to 48th sts 

*Robey st., from 59th to 63d sts 

Sacramento av., from Fullerton av. to Follansbee st 

Sacramento av., from 190 feet south of Lee av. to 400 feet south 

Seeley av. , f r®m 49th to 51st sts 

Sixty-first St., from Loomis st. to Ashland av 

Sixty-first st., from Wood st. to Hermitage av 

Sixty-second st. , from Loomis st. to Ashland av 

Spaulding av., from Fullerton t© Belden av Passed 704, 1729 

Springfield av. , from George st. to 282 feet N. of Diversey av Passed 2543 



1730 
1667 

2258 
1288 
1666 
2256 
2120 
2256 
2119 



1506 
1509 
2543 
1507 
2544 
1729 
2863 
2862 

I Twenty-fourth pi., from 40th av. to 180 feet W. of 41st av " 2863 

2861 
2861 

Twenty-second st., from 44th av. t© Belt Ry Passed 2861, 2864 

1275 
2864 
1511 
1666 
2121 
1510 
1289 
225S 
2121 



Station st., from Western av. to Fecker pi 

Superior st., from 300 feet W. of 48th to 50th av 

Thomas st., from Kedzie av. to first alley E. of Spaulding av. 

Tripp av., from Dunning st. to Fullerton av 

Tripp av,, from North av., to Hirsch st 

Troy St., from 80 feet S. of Schubert av. to Logan Square 

Twenty-fifth pi., from 40th av. to 170 feet W. of 41st av 

Twenty-fifth pi., from 41st ct t© 42d av 

Twenty-fourth pi., from 40th av. to 180 feet W. of 41st av 

Twenty-fourth st., from 40th av. to 41st ct 

Twenty-fourth st., from 41st ct. to 42d av 



Twenty-third st., from Sawyer to Turner avs Referred Back to B. L. I. 

! Wallace st., from 99th to 100th sts Passed 

Wallace st. , from 123d to 124th sts 

Wellington st., from Whipple st. to Sacramento av 

Winchester av. , from 54th st. t© Garfield blvd 

Winchester av. , from 59th to 61st st, 

Winchester av. , from 53d to 54th sts 

Winchester av,, from 61st to 63d sts 

Wood St., from 53d to 54th sts 



CCCXVIII 



INDEX. 



ORDINANCES— WIDENING. 

Page 

Forty-ninth St., from Calumet av. to Grand blvd Passed 2297 

Haynes ct., from 31st to Lyman sts., (and opening) " 2545 

Kinzie st., from Central blvd. to Haraiin av " 798 

Thirty-fifth St., from Indiana to Prairie avs ; " 2045 



■4 

J ; 
PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS. 

Page 

Aberdeen st., No. 272, claim water tax decrease. Fin. 283 

Aberdeen st.. No. 5150, claim water tax rebate " 2128 

656 

2535 

1299 

555 

889 

2182 

1864 

951 

720 

800 

2453 

2299 

2477 

2649 

559 



Ab®rn, W. L., claim account loss of horse, etc 

Abrahams, Jauetta, claim account personal injury 

Adams, Adele F., claim special assessment rebate 

Agassiz School, pet. for better accommodation Schools 

Agnew, John P., claim account pumpinsr out abandoned shafts Fin. 

Aherns, Wm. , claim water tax rebate 

Alexander, A. M., claim special assessment rebate .' 

Alfson, A., claim account property damage 

Allaway, Mrs. E. J., claim account injury t® horse 

Allis, Edward P. Co., claim account injury to horse 

AUoway, John, claim special assessment rebate 

/Fin ,. 

American Development Co., claim for judgment <. Rep'd Ord.. 

' Passed . . . . 

American Express Co., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 

American Trust and Savings Bank (use Talbot Paving C©., claim payment of 

warrants 

Anderson, Mary E., claim special assessment rebate 

Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association, claim for refund of license " 

Arc light trimmers, claim for salaries 

Arch av.. No. 2010, claim water tax rebate 

Archer av. , No. 2719, claim water tax rebate 

Armitage av., No. 382, claim water tax rebate 

Arnold, G. L., claim special assessment rebate 

Arnold., Wm., claim account sewer woi'k. 

Artesian av.. No. 77, claim water tax rebate 

Ashland av., No. 5858 south, claim water tax rebate 

Atchison, R., claim water tax rebate 

Atzil, H., claim special assessment rebate 

Axelson, Anna, claim account personal injury 

Axtell, F. F., claim special assessment rebate 

Ayer, Edw. E., claim for payment of judgments 

Babb, Mrs. Florence, claim special assessment rebate 

Bach & Son, claim water tax rebate Piti- 31'^9 

Bachard, A., claim special assessment rebate Pin- 
Bailey, Frank, claim special assessment rebate 

Baird & Bradley, claim special assessment rebate 

Bairstow, James, & Bros., claim account improving Sheridan rd 

Baker, E. R., claim account loss of horse 

Baker, Jas. E., claim special assessment rebate 

Baker, Josephine, claim account personal injuries 

Baldwin, William, claim account personal damage 



128 

190 

1328 

132 

943 

488 

1251 

2736 

966 

2620 

554 

2616 

1256 

1516 

714 

2055 

1325 

2556 

1137 

'• 1298 

132 

Fin. 1312, 1377 

.. Fin. 491 

" 1462 

" 1304 

" 1374 



Ji 



»[ 



INDEX. CCCXIX 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS-Continued. 

Page 

Ballard, O. W., Exeeutor, claim special assessment rebate Fin. 192 

Ballard, O. W., claim for water pipe refund " .5.59 

Banga, Henry, claim special assessment rebate " 192 

Barber Asphalt Co.. claim account assessment vouchers " 600 

Barker, Mrs. C. E., claim special assessment rebate " 1463 

Barker, S. B. & Co., claim special assessment rebate " 1462 

Barry Tug Line Co., claim " 491 

Bates, John, claim for payment of judgment , " ' 2880 

Bay, Frank, claim special assessment rebate " 2796 

Becker, H., claim special assessment rebate " 2127 

Behm, John, claim for $456.00 '' 1151 

Behrend, Frank, claim account property damage, taken from file and " 683 

Bell Theatrical Transfer Co. , claim account injury to horse " 349 

Bennett, John J., claim water tax rebate " 1461 

. Bickford and Knox Co. , (The) claim lumber license refund " 149 

Bigley, Wm, J., claim refund building permit " 2261 

Bill board at Van Buren st. and Oakley av., petition (witb order) to remove Passed 1804 

Billboard on sidewalk at Winchester av. and Van Buren st., for removal, petition 

(with order) jud. 719 

(Report from D. P. W. submitted and referred to Jud., 889.) 

Birch, Hugh T., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 1141 

I Birk Bros. Brewing Co. , claim water tax rebate " 1,590 

I Black, M. L. ( by J. R. Lane) , claim special assessment rebate " 804 

' Blair, Alexander, claim account personal injury " 1863 

I Blair, H. A., claim special assessment rebate " 1174 

Blair, Lewis, claim acccount personal injury ,. ., " 1863 

j,Blakely Printing Co., claim for work performed, " 192 

Boiler, Joseph, claim account personal injury " 1735 

Bopp, Charles, claim -<■ 820 

Bourbeau, Frank A., claim account personal injury " 1251 

Boyes, W. H., & Co., claim special assessment rebate " 2736 

Brennan, Thos., claim special assessment rebate " 1462 

Bridge at Taylor st., communication from C. P. W. together with communica- 
tion from War Department concerning transfer to Main st File 349 , : 

Brighten Park M. E. Church, claim for refund of taxes Fin. 2298 | 

: Briskie, Sophia, claim account personal injury " 1585 

iBritt, B., claim special assessment rebate " 2880 

Brock, A. A. , claim water tax rebate " 2617 

Brophy, J. A., claim tax refund " 2474 

[ Brossmann, J., claim special assessment rebate '' 1374 

JBrough, James, claim ac8®unt property damage " 2106 

I'Brown, Chas. J., claim for services "■ 289 

(Brown, Edward, claim water tax rebate " 1863 

[Brown, Sam, Jr., claim special assessment rebate " 2453 

(Brown, Dr. William M., claim account personal injury "■ 2548 

Brownell Improvement Co., claim pay special assessment vouchers " 2616 

Bruder, M., claim water tax rebate " 658 

Bryan, Sam, claim special assessment rebate " 1172 

Bryant, H. B., claim special assessment rebate "■ 1140 

BuUard and Gormley, claim account material furnished " 150 

Burch, C. S., claim account special assessment rebate ^ " 804 

Burke, James, claim for wages " 2263 

Burke, James H., claim street assessment rebate •' 1059 

Burke, Lawrence, claim property damage '' 1741 

Burke, Wm., claim for services " 2880 



CCCXX INDEX. 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS-Contiaued. 

Pajre 

Bermuda Asphalt Paving: Co., petition for removal of plant Jud. 1255 

Burns, C, claim special assessment rebate ^in. 1330 

Buseh, Mrs. Paulina, claim special assessment rebate " 804 

Bushee, Braton, claim special assessment rebate " 1^28 

Butler, Hubert W.. claim special assessment rebate " 936 

Byrne, Jas. A., claim account personal injury "' 1^94 

Cabbage plants, bet. 53d, 55th, Centre and Loomis, pet. protesting against. , Jud. 1972 

Cadigan, Tim., claim account personal injury Fin. 1331 

Cahill, Robert, claim for wages while injured || 2061 

Callaghan & Co., claim for law books furnished |' 1464 

Calumet Foundry Co., claim special assessment rebate " 804 

Calumet National Bank ( South Chicago) , claim special assessment rebate '^| 388 

Campbell, John and Bridget, claim special assessment rebate ^ " 3620 

Cameron, Amberg & Co., claim account supplies furnished Fin. 349, 696, 2294, 2736 

Canfleld, E. L., claim special assessment rebate ^^^- ^804 

Carbine, Thomas, claim water tax rebate '| ^878 

Carroll av.. No. 671, claim water tax rebate " ^^^^2 

Carter, Wm. H., claim saloon license refund " ^^9 

Catherwood, C, claim water tax rebate - || 

Cathelic Bishop of Chicago, claim special assessment rebate. " 657 



Cawthorne, Frances I., claim account personal injury "^ 13''^ 

Centre av.. No. 724, claim water tax rebate " '^623 

Center st., No. 6184, claim water tax rebate '' ^877 

Chambers, A. F., claim special assessment rebate " ^33 

Chandler & Co., claim special assessment rebate " 804 

Chandler, F. R. , claim special assessment rebate • " l^*" 

Chicao-o City Railway Co., pet. to declare yards and shops a nuisance, etc., at 55th 

St? and Cottage GroTeav ^- ^ ^^ ^: ^- '*'! 

Chicago Medical Women's Club, communication expressing thanks File 2294 

Chicago Slate and Mantel Co. , claim special assessment rebate Fin. 193 

Chicago Telephone Co., communication requesting indemnity bond from city 

where its poles are used for electric light wires 

Chicago View Co. ( L. J. Tausig, assignee) , claim for photo work . . , ^'| 1255 

Christain, H. W., agent, claim refund sewer drain and water service pipe permits. Ib8» 
Church society at 48th av. and Fulton st., pet. to rescind order for moving build- 

. .^/ J N .... Passed 2438 

ing, (with order) ' 

Cicero Light, Heat and Power Co., claim for maintaining are lights in annexed 

-,. , . ^ . . ,. Fin. 2030 

district in Austin ^^ 

Claflin, Isaac, & Co., claim special assessment rebate _• • • ' ^ 

Claim for damage account bursting water main near 67th st. and Perry av., list, 

' ' 1 653 

etc • ,, 5g 

Clark, Edwin M., claim water tax rebate •■ ^^ 

Cleary, D., & Co., claim account laying water pipe |' 18^* 

Clines, John, claim account personal injury 

Clinnin, J. G., claim water tax rebate ^'' 

Coal companies, claims of sundry, for coal furnished city during strike of 1897. . . ^30i 

(Railroads 287 

Coal, in L. S. & M. S. engines,pet. against use of soft j^^ ^^^^^ Inspector 568 

Cody, A. B., claim special assessment rebate , F^^^- 

Cohen, Rose, claim special assessment rebate 

Colahan, Patrick, claim for loss of horse |' ^ 

Cole, Alexander, pet. for damages to property ^^ ^ ' 

Coleman, Mrs. N., claim special assessment rebate 

Collier, H. H., claim special assessment rebate 

Collins, P. E., claim special assessment rebate 



276 
195 



Dewes Brewing Co., claim special assessment rebate " 1592 

De Wolf, W. L., claim special assessment rebate. 
Dickinson, S. F., claim special assessment rebate. 
Dietz, John, claim for damages. 



559 

2298 

S22 

1S2, 1274 

1871 
299 



Billon, John F., claim account property damage Fin. 

Dispatch Printing Co., claim for printing Fin 

Division st.. No. 117, claim water tax rebate 

Donek, F. , claim special assessment rebate " 137s 

DoQling, Nellie, claim water tax rebate u 1S12 

Downs, Margaret C, claim account personal injury " 537 

Drake, W. H., claim special assessment rebate " 1140 

Drexel, Lucy W., and J. W. Arkell, claim for refund account laying water mains " 712 

Dubreuil, E., claim water tax rebate. (See De Breuil) ^' 500 



INDEX. CCCXXI 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS -Continued. 

Page ^ 

Colorado av.. No. 424, claim water tax rebate Fin. 2472 ' 

Congdon Brake, Co., claim special assessment rebate " 804 

Conlin, Thos., claim water tax rebate '>• 14.59 * 

Conlon, J. A., claim refund real estate license " 1151 j^ 

Conroy, John T., claim for salary " jsifj 

Contreal, Maggie, claim account personal injury " 12y5 

Cook County Light and Heat Co., frontage consents C. P. Wks. for Ver., 670, 823, 931 

Cook, G., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 1150 

C©©lahan, Wm., claim water tax rebate " 147 

Coorlas, T®m C, claim account loss on fruit " 151,5 

Cormack, Joseph, claim special assessment rebate " 886 

Corneau Lumber Co., claim refund lumber license " 815 

Corrigan, Michael A., claim special assessment rebate '^ 349 

Counselman, Chas.^ claim water tax rebate " 1863 

Coyle, Philip P., claim account sewer w@rk " 151 

Cragin, M. J., claim account crib work " 2263 

I Crane Bros. Mfg. Co., claim special assessment rebate " 279 

i Cremens, M., claim special assessment rebate " 1141 

Croft, Emma J., claim account property damage " 1863 

Cronin, John, claim for wages _ " 211 

i Culhane, D., claim for horse shoeing " 2439 

Cummings, E. A., & Co., claim special assessment rebate " 1140 

Curtis, Lester, claim special assessment rebate *. " 2182 

Curtis, Mrs. S. B., claim special assessment rebate " 933 

Czermonka, F., claim refund butcher's license " I74I 

Daab, Barbara, claim special assessment rebate \ " 1710 

Dahlgren, F. G., claim account property damage " 886 

Dalton, Mary A., Joseph P., Phil J., and James J., claim acc®unt property dam- 

^^^•' " 1329 

Danvek, Frank, claim special assessment rebate " 2623 

Darche, Geo. C, claim special assessment rebate " 1140 

Davey, James, & Co., claim account property damage " 1804 

Davies, R. M., claim account tax sale ^. 1295 

Day, G. W., (Baldwin C), communication with scheme for transporting freight and pas- 

se'i^e^s Pile 341Q^ 2453 

Dearborn Foundry C©., claim for material furnished Fin. 1459 

De Breuil, E., claim , Re-Com! "to Fin'. 1974 

Degnan, John, claim water tax rebate Fin. 2055 

Deke, H. B., claim water tax rebate <■< 147 

Desplaines St., Nos. 156-160 (South), claim water tax rebate '' 559 

De Stefano, Mrs. E., claim water tax rebate 

Devlin, F. A., claim water tax rebate 



CCCXXII INDEX. 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS— Contiaued'.- 

Fag& 

Dunning, Frank, claim special assessment rebate F'm. 490' 

Durand, Clarence, claim special assessment rebate " 145&' 

Eads, B. Brindley, claim account personal injury " 1804 

Eagle Loan & Homestead Co., claim special assessment rebate " tiSQ* 

Earle, J. E., claim refund of dog tax " 779 

Earnshaw, E., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 1140, 1967' 

Eastman, Mrs. Frederick, claim account personal injury ■ Fin. 2616' 

Eastman, J. C, claim special assessment rebate " 131 

Eaton & Prince, elaim for material furnished " 947 

Egan, J. B., elaim for wages •■• . " 1^38 

Egan, Mrs. Patrick, claim account personal injury " 662 

Eggleston, D., claim special assessment rebate.. ^ , Fin. 559, 1518 

Eggleston, Mallette & Brown, claim special assessment rebate Fin. 1518 

Eiffhty-nintti St., No.'3235-7, claim water tax rebate " 666 

Eiserer, Catherine, claim account personal injury " 2106 

Eiszner, John, claim water tax rebate ■ " 1591 

Elandt, Adolph, claim water tax rebate " 661 

Elk Grove av., No 708, claim water tax rebate " ^967 

Emerald av., No. 7836-44, claim water tax rebate '' 1973 

Engineers at certain pumping stations, petiti©n for increase of salaries " J 863 

Ennis, R. B., claim special assessment rebate " 3302 

Ephraim. M. H., claim water tax rebate. " 3302 

Ergstrand, Lotb^Ven & Co., claim water tax rebate '' 1352 

Erickson, M., claim water tax rebate. " 1686 

Esterquist, C. A., claim for payment for repairs " 935 

Eugenie St., No. 174, claim water tax rebate " 658 

Eul, Peter, claim account property damage " ll'^3 

Evangelical Lutheran, St. John's, Church, claim water tax rebate " 1462 

Evans, Edward, claim account personal injury '' 1355 

Evans, Edwin, claim account personal injury " 3394 

Everhart, J. S., claim special assessment rebate '' 3453 

Evers, Bernard, claim water tax rebate " 2878 

Fairchild, Charles S., claim water tax rebate " 3366 

Farrell, Patrick, claim account certain vouchers " 168 

Farwell, A. W., claim special assessment rebate " 933 

Farwell, J. V. and C. B., claim special assessment rebate " 379 

Fawcett, Anna, claim water tax rebate " '''l^ 

Fay, J. E., claim special assessment rebate. " H^^ 

Fay, John H., claim water tax rebate " H'^^ 

Featherstone, Ruth A., claim special assessment rebate " 182 

Featerstone's Sons, J ohn, claim for lamp posts furnished city " 1585 

Feinberg, H., claim refund milk license " 1299 

Fellows, Oliver, claim special assessment rebate " 132 

Fern, W. W., claim water tax decrease " 2248 

Ferrier, John, claim water tax rebate " 661 

Ferry, Chas. H. , claim special assessment rebate " 132 

Fifty-sixth St., No. 195, claim water tax rebate Fin. 710, 1862 

Finnegan, T. P., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 3362 

Fire limits, pet. to amend Section 969, Revised Code, (38th ward), with ord Passed 190 

Fire limits, to extend in territory bounded by 48th and 53d avs., Madison and 

Kinziests. ^^^- ^438 



Firey, Frank P., claim water tax decrease Fin. 2463 

Fisher, S. M., claim special assessment rebate " 11^^ 

Fisher and Dowling, elaim water tax rebate 

Fisk, D. B., & Co., claim special assessment rebate 



1968 
656 



INDEX. CCCXXIII 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS -Continued. 

Fafre 

Fitzgerald, Austin, claim account personal injury Fin. 559 

Fitzsimmons, Jas., claim special assessment rebate " 2780 

Flanigan, John, claim for services " 2125 

Flannigan, Wm., claim account property damage " 1139 

Fleming, Edward, claim for services * ' 2453 

Fleming, James, claim account personal injury " 2294 

Flournoy st., No. 767, claim water tax rebate " 2262 

Flynn, James, claim f©r services " 2616 

Ford River Lumber Co., claim lumber license refund '' 149 

Foremen and assistants in Sewer Department, claim for horse care allowance '' 1372 

Fortieth et. , No. 1536, claim water tax rebate " 554 

Forty-first Street Presbyterian Church, claim special assessment rebate " 150 

Foster, Thomas, claim water tax rebate " 1867 

Fowler Rolling Mill Co., claim special assessment rebate '' 132 

I Frank Monr©e, claim special assessment rebate " 657 

French, C. G., claim special assessment rebate " 804 

Friedericks, Ida, claim water tax rebate ' ' 600 

Fuesz, Fred, claim for loss of horse. '' 1742 

Fullerton av., No. 293 (West), claim water tax rebate '' 492 

Fulton Street M. E. Church, claim water tax rebate " 1804 

Furlong, Margaret, claim account personal injury " 2850 

i GafEney & Long, claim account contract work " 600 

I Gage, Seth, claim special assessment rebate : " 192 

Gary, John R., claim special assessment rebate ,, " 128 

Gates, C. L., claim special assessment rebate " 2182 

I Gaulter, Frank, claim special assessment rebate " 151 

Geanopulos, Geo., claim for refund of fine " 1299 

Geist, Christoph P., claim account property damage " 1966 

Geneva Emergency Corps, communication in re. danger in using city tun- j H., V. & B. 2453 

nels, etc 1 File 2565 

George st., from Halsted to Clark sts., pet. (with ord.) for repeal of opening Passed 146 

Gerner, N., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 1141 

Gessler, John, claim special assessment rebate '' 146 

Gestenholder, J. , claim water tax rebate " 661 

Ghiselli, L. , claim water tax rebate " 2521 

GifEey, Gustav, claim account material furnished " 886 

Gill, Elmer H., claim account property damage " 1238 

Girard st.. No. 728, claim water tax rebate Fin. 133, 1967 

Givins, Robert C, claim water tax rebate. Fin. 554 

Gleasen, Thomas C, claim for loss of horse " 2294 

Globe L. & H. Co. (Fred. A. Suter), claim pay of judgment '^ 1710 

Glos, Henry L., claim water tax rebate " 1137 

Glos, Henry L., claim special assessment rebate " 2466 

Glos, H. L., claim special assessment rebate " 1799 

Glos, Jacob, claim water tax rebate '• 1845 

Gloss, Adam S. , claim water tax rebate " 2453 

Goldstein, Sallie, claim water tax rebate " 490 

Goldstein, Sarah, claim water tax rebate " 388 

Goranson, Christine, claim account personal injury '' 1326 

Gorton, C. H., claim special assessment rebate " 933 

Gorzehanny, Max., claim account services .. ,. '' 710 

Gothery, Golden, claim special assessment rebate '• 2432 

Government Control League, communication from, in re. initiative and referen- 
dum clause R. R. 1845 

Graefen, Ed., claim special assessment rebate , Fin. 2514 



CCCXXIV 



INDEX. 



PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS— Continued. 



Page 

GrafE, Albert & Co. , claim account cement worlc Fin. 1330 

Graham, Thomas, claim for wages Fin. 1799, 2186 

Grannis, W. C. D., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 1140 

Grant, Ed., claim for damag:e to buggy ; "^ ll'^^ 

Great Western W. P. Co., claim water tax rebate '| 19'<'1 

Green, F. W., claim special assessment rebate " 1*58 

Greenacre, I. T., claim water tax rebate " ^^^ 

Greenwood av.. No. 7108, claim for water tax rebate "^ 823 

Griffin, John, claim refund account laying water mains " 1808 

Griffin, Thos. F., claim for services -'"^ 

Griggs, A. J, claim water tax rebate '' ^^^ 

Grinki Rudolph, claim account loss of horse, etc., and personal injury " 658 

Grucki, Stephen, claim water tax rebate J-**-*^ 

Grundies, Frank, claim special assessment rebate " 133 

Grundies, Frank, claim water tax rebate " ^^^ 

Guerin. Dr. John, claim special assessment rebate " 133 

Guntiiorp-Warren Printing Co., claim account work done " 1867 

Haase, E. R,, claim special assessment rebate '' 'j'13 

Haberbosch, W., claim special assessment rebate '^ 656 

Hale, F. A., claim special assessment rebate • '' ^^^6 

Haley, John, claim special assessment rebate ''^ 11*1 

Hall, Peleg, cKim special assessment rebate " H^O 

Hamilton, D. G. et al, claim of, as published, page 517, 1897-8 Re-com. to -^ ^667 

Hamilton, D. G., claim special aseessment rebate ''^ 3453 

Hand, John P., claim for laying water mains ^' ^84 

Hanley, M., claim account sidewalk construction " 1^1^ 

Hanley, Michael, claim account personal injury ''^ 1586 

Hanley, Michael, claim account sidewalk construction Re-comit to '| 1974 

Hannah, John, claim special assessment rebate ''^ 804 

Hannigan, John, claim special assessment rebate '' l^-^^ 

Hanrahan, R. T., claim account contract work 

Hansen, AnnaL., claim special assessment rebate "' 190 

Hanson, Jacob, claim for pension '^| '^^ 

Hard coal grates, to use in Wentworth av. electric plant boilers (petition) " 666 

Hardin, John, claim for payment of voucher '' 1^50 

Hardin, Margaret, claim water tax rebate '^'^ ^-^^1 

Hardt, Frederick, claim account property damage '' 2617 | 

Harrison, N. B., claim special assessment rebate ^'^' H*^! j 

Harrison St., No. 298K, west, claim water tax rebate • '| 383 

Harrison St., No. 1603, claim water tax rebate '' 1869 \ 

Harrity , Edward, claim account personal injury to son ''^ 491 j 

Hart Bros., claim special assessment rebate ^' 1^^ i 

Hart, Mr., claim injury to horse || ^^^ | 

Hartman, Leon, claim special assessment rebate ^^ ^^-j 

Hasterlik, Adolph, claim account property damage ... '' I'^O 

Hay ward, Ambrose D., claim payment of judgment '| 2880 

Healy , Michael, claim account personal injury '' ' ' 

Heffern, Wm., claim for wages '' 

Heffern, Wm. P., claim for wages while injured ^^ -^Oo^ 

Heidorn, Mary, claims special assessment rebate (two) '| 1^ 

Heinson,*H., claim for pay of warrants ••• '' ^^ 

Hendrickson, John, claim account loss of horse - '^'^ 1 

Hentschel, Henry, claim account personal injury '' '^"'' 

Herrick & Buckingham, claim special assessment rebatie 

Herring & Co., claim special assessment rebate 



INDEX. 



cccxxv 



PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS -Continued. 



Hermann, Geo., claim water tax rebate 

Hertzel, Cora B., claim accout personal injury 

Hickey, A. C, claim account loss of horse, etc 

Hickey, Mrs. John, claim special assessment rebate 

Hicks and Taylor, claim account loss of horse 

fliggins, Mrs. J. D,, claim account personal injury 

Hodgdon, Hiram, claim special assessment rebate 

Hoge, Herman, claim account loss of horse 

Hoglund, John H., claim water tax decrease 

Holdom, Jesse, claim special assessment rebate 

Holmes, Enoch T. , claim for services 

Hood, A. B., claim water tax rebate 

Horgan, Iver, claim account services 

Horn, F., claim water tax rebate 

Horner, N. J., claim special assessment rebate 

Howard, H. A., claim special assessment rebate 

Howard, Walter R., claim special assessment rebate 

Howe, Lena, claim account-property damage 

Hruby, John, claim water tax rebate 

Hubbard, D. J., claim special assessment rebate 

Hubbard, G. S.. claim special assessment rebate 

Humphrey, John, claim account personal injury 

Hurd, John, claim special assessment rebate 

Hutchinson & Fairchild, claim special asses.sment rebate. 

Hutchinson, John, claim special assessment rebate 

Illinois St., No. 204, claim water tax rebate 

Ingleside Avenue M. E. Church, claim water tax rebate. 



Fin. 



Fin. 



Intercepting sewer. Sections G and H, communication from Super- ( Jud. . . . 

intendent Sewers in re. to Commissioner Public Works | Re-Con. 

Intercepting sewer, Sections G and H, pet. of property owners* bet. 51st St., Conrell 

av., 70th St. and Stony Island av. as to manner of building Fin 

Jackson blvd., No. 658, claim water tax rebate ..*.'......" 

Jackson blvd. , No. 1435, claim water tax rebate .'.'.'..'.'.......".'.' " 

Jackson St. , No. 1 409, claim water tax rebate .'."'.".!..!."......"' ^ ^ ! ! 

Jacobi, Robt. R., claim account property damage... .* »' 

Jacobs, B. F., claim special assessment rebate (eight) 

Jacobs, B. F., Agent, claim special assessment rebate " 

Jefferson Ice C©., claim refund ice license ...".*...'.."."." " 

Jensen, Wm., claim account personal injury to his daughter Laura "....". 

Jocelyn, F. C, claim special assessment rebate * 

John Spry Lumber Co., claim account lumber delivered. /^............^...,. 

Johnson, E. H., claim special assessment rebate .Fin. 490, 

Johnson, John L., claim for confession of judgment ..".....".'. Fill. 

Johnson, Margaret, claim special assessment rebate *...".'.*.'....'..'.'.'.".'.'.'. 

Johnson, Oscar, claim account personal injury a 

Jones, Thomas W., claim account personal injury 

Kadish, L. J., claim special assessment rebate (two) .'.'...'.* " 

Kahler, Conrad, claim water tax rebate '^ 

Kajer, John, claim special assessment rebate " 

Kaufmann, H. C, claim water tax rebate 

Kavanaugh, P. H. , claim refund saloon license .... .' ' . ] . . . ' . . . . . . . . . . . " ." ." . . .' " ' ' * * 

Keefe, John, claim account personal injury " u 

Keeney, J. F., claim special assessment rebate ......... '' 

Keeney, J. M., claim special assessment rebate 

Kehl, G. (Sckroederj , claim for cement work 



Page 

lyi 

24by 

558 
1296 
1518 
1141 
1845 
1254 
1868 

653 
2622 
1296 

719 
1461 
2558 

554 
1967 
1863 
2300 
2453 

656 
1514 

965 

714 
1804 

659 
1974 
1547 
1617 

1862 

719 

1744 

283 

490 

132 

667 

1491 

2436 

1462 

655 

559 

1972 

656 

1295 

147 

132 

779 

2617 

1172 

1684 

1141 

191 

3471 



CCCXXVI INDEX. 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS— Continued. 

Pag:e . 

Kelley, Maus & Co., claim lumber license refund ^i°- ^^30 

Kelley, S., claim for services .. ^^^^ 

Kelly, Michael, claim for back pay ^^ 

Kelly, Michael J. , claim account care of horse, etc ^^ ^^^ 

Kenna, D. F., claim for services ^, 

Kennedy, B. A., claim water tax rebate ^^ * 

Kennedy, Terrence and Roger, claim account property damage ^^ ^^^ 

Kerns. Wm. M., claim for wages ^^ 

Kiederowski, Elizabeth, claim account property damage ^^ ^^^ 

Kilmer, Chauncjey , claim special assessment rebate ^ ^ ^ 

Kilty, Martin, claim water tax rebate ^^ 

Kimball, Chas. F. (assig. Schulz), claim for payment of judgment ^^ ly'^ 

Kimball, M. N., claim account laying water mains 

Klee, Abe, claim special assessment rebate ^^ 

Knopf, Mrs. Johanna, claim account personal injury • • j^ 

Knudson, Knud, claim account property damage ^^ ^ 

Kochersperger, H. L., claim water tax rebate ^^ ' 

Koenig, Aug., claim special assessment rebate '' 

Koenig, J., claim special assessment rebate ^^ 

Koenigsberg, Sarah, claim account personal injury '^ 

Koester& Zander, claim water tax rebate.. ^^ 

Kohout, James, claim liquor license rebate ^^ ' 

Kollen, Gust, claim special assessment i^bate ^^ ' 

Kondziorski, Max, claim aopount personal injury ^^ 

Kozminsky and Yondorf, claim water tax rebate ^^ ^^^^^ 

Lacek, John, claim for wages while injured ^^ 

Lafayette Hotel, claim special assessment rebate ^^ 

Lake av., No. 5650-52, claim water tax rebate |^^ ' 

Lake, Daniel, claim special assessment rebate • ^^ ^^^^ 

Lamson, S. W., claim water tax rebate V ' V Tu V'a xm i^ ^^(KQ 

Land (triangular piece), about 67 feet south of Jackson blvd., east ©f J b.&A.W.D. 1859 

) Passed 2530 



Turner av., etc., petition t© vacate and open, etc, 

±<'in. i 

804 



Fin 1974 
Landergen, B. A. E., claim water tax rebate ^ • 



Lane, James R., claim special assessment rebate ^^ ^^^^ 

Lange, C, claim special assessment rebate ^^ ^^^ 

Lange, Felix, claim special assessment rebate ^^ ^^^ 

Lange, Paul W., claim special assessment rebate • ' 

Larrabee st., north of Webster av., pet. to change name to Hamilton ct. . .S. & A., JN. D. y*^ 

LaSalle st.. No. 5426, claim water tax rebate J°- ^^^ 

Lawav., No. 121, claim water tax decrease ^^ ^^.^ 

Lawson Bros., claim special assessment rebate ^^ ^^^^ 

Lawton,L. C, claim water tax rebate ••. 

League of American Municipalities, invitation for city to join J^ ^"^'J. ' \^^ 

Lsaman, G. A., claim special assessment rebate ^^- ^^^^ 

Leddy, Peter, claim special assessment rebate ^^ ^^^^ 

Leeman, Nellie, claim account personal injury 

Lehmann, B. , claim account damages to Barge A 

Lennartz, Geo. H., claim special assessment rebate 

Leopold, John, claim account personal injury 

Linney Mrs. E. D., claim water tax rebate 

Local option district bet. Prairie and Calumet avs., 29th st. and alley, etc,, pe- 

, . J. ' Ijicense y^ 

tition tor creation of ^^g^ 

Loeb and Gatzert, claim special assessment rebate ^- ^^^^ 

Loehr, J. P., claim special assessment rebate 

Lord J. F., claim special assessment rebate 



2473 

2792 

2106 

490 



132 



INDEX. CCCXXVII 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS— Continued. 

Page 

Lorltz, Magdalen, claim water tax rebate Fin. 2262 

Low, S. A., claim special assessment rebate " ''^'^^ 

Lowe av., No. 11915, claim water tax rebate " 1^^ 

R. H., claim refund sewer permits " 1^^^ 



Lucas. 



658 



Ludwig, Marie, claim water tax rebate 

Luthardt, Wm. H., claim for services " 285 

Luther, Herman, claim special assessment rebate " 804 

Lynch, John & Co., claim account sidewalk work " 1807 

Lyon, Gary & Co., claim for payment of special assessment voucher " 388 

Lyons, Patrick, claim account personal injury " 2616 

MacBride, Mrs. L. G., claim special assessment rebate " 1521 

McCabe, F., claim special assessment rebate " 1324 

McCaffery, Mary, claim account personal injury " 13?2 

McCarthy, Frank, claim account sale of property by error " 2558 

McCarthy, F. M. , claim for rebate on water service pipes " 712 

McCaul, Peter, claim special assessment rebate " 2182 

McComb, Joseph, claim for wages " 1255 

McCorqudale, D. S., claim for extra services ' " 1684 

McCrea, W. S., claim special assessment rebate " 1804 

McCullom, Elenora, petition for account personal injury " 1965 

McDermit, J. J., claim water tax rebate '' 128 

McDermott, John, claim for judgment " 1462 

McDermott, Michael, claim for wages " 2623 

McGlinn, Anna, claim account personal injury " 1463 

McGregor, Dr. John B., claim for services " 2619 

McGuire, D., claim water tax rebate " 1866 

McHugh, Patrick J., claim account personal injury " 386 

McK^e, Wm. H., claim account opening alley " 1330 

McLaughlin, W. F., claim special assessment rebate . . " 656 

McNamara, Thomas, claim for wages " 1325 

McNichols, T. , claim special assessment rebate 

McNulty Bros, (use Fred Voss), elaim account work on Worthy school 

McTighe, James, claim for wages " 1331 

McVoy, John, claim special assessment rebate. " 1296 

Madden, Martin B., communication with proposition in re. donation for park " 602 

Madison St., Nos. 284-6 (West), claim water tax rebate " 1867 

Madison st.. No. 807, claim water tax rebate " 1967 

Madison St., Nos. 912-14, claim water tax rebate " 2621 

Madison St., Nos. 1644-6 (West), claim water tax rebate " 192 

Madison St., Nos. 1907-9, claim v^ater tax rebate " 2477 

Malcorason, John M., claim account loss of horse.. " 933 

Malkan, Phil, claim refund saloon license ,.. ., " 1682 

Maloney, John I., claim account damage to wagon, etc " 144 

Mann, Jas. R., claim for refund account water mains " 1250 

Mansar, J. A., claim special assessment rebate " 656 

Maple St., No. 10318, claim water tax rebate '' 666 

Marshall, Wm.. claim water tax rebate " ''^1''' 

Masterson, James, claim special assessment rebate " 2736 

Mayer, Nat A., claim water tax rebate '' 801 

Mayer, O. W., claim special assessment rebate '' 559 

Meagher, Kate, claim special assessment rebate " 1462 

Meger, Mathew, claim account personal injury " 1329 

Meirendorf, Fred, claim water tax rebate " 932 

Melvin, J. N., claim special assessment '' 1140 

Mercy Hospital, claim account emergency cases " 1331 



1140 
1296 



CCCXXVIII 



INDEX. 



PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS— Continued. 

Page 

Merigold, Emma L., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 180i 

Mette, August, claim water tax rebate, taken from file and " 719. 

Metzger, Wm., claim account water tax rebate , " 1329 

Metzger, Wm., claim special assessment rebate " 2474 

Michaels, N., claim special assessment rebate '' 1710 

Michalson, C. W., claim special assessment rebate " 8S6 

Michigan st., No. 166, claim water tax rebate ■ " 7io 

Miller, Henry, claim special assessment rebate , '' 1148. 

Miller, John J., claim special assessment rebate " 658 

Miller, S. G., claim refund special assessment warrant '•' 128- 

Mills, A. J., claim special assessment rebate " 1462. 

Moeller, John, claim special assessment rebate '' 1329 

Moerecke, William, claim water tax decrease " 49] 

Moeser, John, claim water tax rebate " 1328 

Monroe St., No. 1043, claim water tax re>)ate '' 2472 

Monstery, Col. Thomas H., claim account personal injury " 1799 

Morgan, Gilbert, claim special assessment rebate " 490 

Morgan, T. H. Treas., claiua special assessment rebate '• 2453 

Morris, Sarah, claim water tax rebate " 562 

Morris, Thomas G. & Co.. claim lumber license refund " 149 

Mullen, D. H., claim account personal injury '' 2622 

Mulliken, C. H., claim water tax rebate " 1808 

Munson, F. W., claim special assessment rebate " 804 

Murphy, C. W., claim for services '. " 287 

Murphy, P. J., claim special assessment rebate " 1331 

Murphy, James, claim account property damage taken from file and " 934 

Myrtle av., No. 167, claim water tax rebate. '• 191 

Nagle, J. W., claim special assessment rebate " 383 

Nash, Patrick, claim for services Fin. 388, 1683 

Nathan, Adolph, claim special assessment rebate Fin. 1140 

Neazor, James, claim account personal iajury "■ 1870 

Neeb, G. A. , claim water tax rebate " 1812 

Neeley, Helen S., claim special assessment rebate '^ 804 

Neeson, John, claim special assessment rebate "• 950 

Neidert, Charles, claim water tax rebate taken from file and '' 661 

Nellis, James, claim special assessment rebate " 192 

Nels®n, Henry N., claim account property damage '' 1059 

Nelson, John, claim special assessment rebate ^ 388 

Neptune Meter Co., claim account meters sold " 804 

Netterstrom, C. M.. claim refund deposit for water pipe , " 1590 

Newberry, Walter C, claim water tax rebate : . . " 2294 

Nichols, George, claim special assessment rebate " 2472 

Nilles, John, claim account personal injury " 1463 

Nixon, W. K., claim special assessment rebate '' 656 

Nolan, Pat, claim account property damage " 1329 

N©nnast, Louis F., claim special assessment rebate '' 279 

Noonan, Mrs. Daniel, claim special assessment rebate "■ 1374 

Norton, Horace H., claim special assessment rebate. . " 93S 

Nuisance on Claremont av., bet. Austin and Grand avs., pet. to abate 

Commisoner of Health with power, etc. 804 

O'Brien, James J., claim account property damage _ Fin. 670 

O'Brien, John, claim water tax rebate '' 1515 

O'Brien, John, claim for pay of vouchers for drain work " 2300 

O'Connor, M., claim water tax rebate " 1741 

O'Conor, Christina, claim account property damage " 146' 



INDEX. . CCCXXIX 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS— Continued. 

Faf^e 

O'Donnell, Daniel, claim account services Fin. 696 ] 

O'Donnell, Jas., claim for salary " 1806 

O'Keefe, Mrs. E,., claim special assessment rebate " 380 

O'Keefe, R., claim special assessment rebate '' 1'''35 ,; 

O'Neill St., Nos. 13, 15 and 17, claim water tax rebate " 3138 * 

O'Toole &nd Conkey, claim water tax rebate " 3030 

Oak St. , No. 138, claim water tax rebate ' ' ^30 .{ 

Ohio St., No. 3386, claim water tax rebate " 554 | 

Oliyer, J. M., claim water tax rebate " 831 - 

Oliver, M. E., claim special assessment rebate " 379 

Olson, Edw. M., claim account sale of property '' 1339 <l 

Olson, Ole, claim account property damage " 137 

Palt, Simon, claim account personal injury Fin. 1146, 1585 | 

Park in Eighth Ward, pet. for Special Com. Small Parks 2633 j 

Park in vicinity of 46th St and Shields av., pet. for location of . .Special Com. Small Parks 3547 J 

Park bet. 59th and 60th sts., Center and Throop, pet. for i 

Special Com. Parks and Playgrounds 2522 

Park or playground bet. 63d and 69th, Halsted and Ashland, pet. to purchase " 666 f: 

Parks and Boulevards— f 

Connecting boulevards bet. North and South Side systems, granting consent to | 

Boards of Lincoln Park and South Park Commissioners to control, pet. and V 

ord Joints. &. A., N. D. & S. D. 1900 j 

Jackson st!, from Hamlin to 48th avs., pet. to turn over to West Park Commission- l 

ers (with ord.) Passed 286 J 

State St., bet. Burton pi. and North av., pet. to turn over control to Lincoln Park j: 

Commissioners S. & A., N. D. 145 |, 

System of boulevards, pet. to turn over portions of streets and avenues on South Side 

to control ©f South Park Commissioners S. & A., S. D. 1898 

Amendment to include 87th st and Western av S. & A. , S. D. 2058 

Pet. and ord. to amend Sec. 2. (Prairie av.) S. & A., S. D. 2063 

Payne, Rev. C. H., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 133 

Peabody, F. B. & Co., claim special assessment rebate " 1140 

Peabody, Houghteling & Co., claim special assessment rebate '• 1140 

Pearce, Charles W., claim for salary Fin. 491, 1590 

Pearson & Taft, claim special assessment rebate Fin. 1966 

Pender, Michael, claim for wages " 934 

Peoria st.. No. 5933, claim water tax rebate, , " 3620 

Perkey, Dr. S., claim water tax rebate. " 3063 

Peters, Carl, claim account personal injury " 3438 

Peters, H. V. , claim water tax rebate " 3298 

Peterson, Charles, claim refund permit fees ' ' 1378 

Peterson, Mrs., claim tax rebate " 656 

Philadelphia Mortgage and Trust Co., claim account special assessment vouchers '^ 1518 

Piephs, George, claim '" §20 

Piper, A. S. & Son, claim account work done " 1356 

Pittsburgh Bridge Co., claim account labor and material, C. H. Harrison crib '' 3620 

Playgrounds for children, to set aside ground surrounding Ashland Avenue 

Pumping Station, etc., for 

Plymouth pi. , No. 45, claim water tax rebate 



2300 
2625 



Police — 

Ambulance and other drivers, pet. for increase of salary (with order) " 2616 

Laborers, petition for increase of wages " 34'! 1 



CCCXXX . INDEX. 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS -Continued. 
Police — Page 

Matrons, petition for increase of pay Fin. 1968 

Officers, petition for increase of 20 per cent " 2453 

Teleplioae operators (sub police) , petition for increase of salaries " 192 

Polk St., 186-8, claim water tax rebate " 1684 

Polk St., No. 1274, claim water tax decrease " 2248 

Pond, Thos., claim special assessment rebate " 656 

Powell Bros., claim account sidewalk construction Fiii. 144, 2547 

Powers, John, claim account personal injury.. " 1299 

Proesel, Mrs. John B., claim account personal injury " 2521 

Prohibition district 150 feet wide southwest from and adjoining-, Clark st. from 

CuUom av. to Irving Park blyd., petition and ord •. License, 380 

Pumping works, oilers — petition for increase of pay Fin. 1968 

Purcell, Paul E., claim for wages " 1750 

Pusey, Evan, claim account injury to horse " 2178 

Pyser, Katie, claim account personal injury " 2619 

Quan, W. J., & Co., claim account material furnished " 1151 

Queen City L. & B. Association, claim water tax rebate " 2181 

Quinn, John, claim special assessment rebate " 822 

Quinn, Mrs. Mary, claim water tax rebate " 1682 

Racky, John, & Son, claim account building sidewalk " 1325 

Rae, Ptobert, claim special assessment rebate " 132 

Railroads — 

Calumet Electric Street Ry. Co., revocations of frontage consent on Ewing av. by 

C. &C. C. &D. Co. and A. R. Beck Lumber Co S. & A., S. D. 2030 

Corrected revocation of A. R. Beck Lumber Co S. & A., S. D. 2248 

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway (Evauston Division), authorizing use of 

electric power, petition for S. & A., N. D. 713 

Chicago Union Traction Co., pet. in favor of, on North av., from 40th to 46th 

S.& A.,W.D 2598 

Sent for revification to D. P. W 2555 

Double fare on Milwaukee av., etc., communication from Wallace Nut- j Jud . . 2577, 2624 

ting and Elizabeth Plimpton in re I File 2798 

Lake Street Elevated, pet. and order to take up matter of regulating running of 

cars Pin. 1864 

North Side Electric Street Railroad, pets, for car line on St. Clair st File 2076 

Street car system in Vienna, communication with copy of agreement, etc " 283 

(Motion to print 1,000 copies of above carried, page 284.) 
Taylor st., against proposed closing by reas©n of elevating tracks of L. S. & M. S. 

andC.,R. L & P. Rys File 2736 

Twenty-sixth st. (West), pet. to regulate car service on R. R. 1172 

Underground conduit system, communication from Aid. Herrmann with data from 

Berlin and Vienna File 381 

Ramige, Fred, claim special assessment rebate " 1140 

Rankin, A. P., & Co., claim water tax rebate " 1741 

Rasmussen, C. T., claim special assessment rebate " 1298 

Ravenswoed Historical Association, claim water tax rebate, taken from file and.. " 661 

Ray, Magffie, claim account personal injury " 1372 

Reed, B. H., claim in re. prosecuting case as police officer " 1516 

Reilly, George, claim account work done " 1965 

Rice, C. F., claim special assessment rebate " 132 

Riley, P., claim special assessment rebate '' 279 

Ringe, George, claim water tax rebate " 2523 



INDEX. CCCXXXI 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS— Continued. 

Pagre 

Rix, Christian, claim account property damage Fin. 2106 ^ 

Roberts. Hari-y, claim water tax decrease " 2463 

Roberts, Richard, claim account personal injury " 76 

Roberts©n, George, claim for damages to steamer Sidney O. Neff " 1866 J 

Robey St., No. 813 (North), claim water tax rebate ' " 657 

Roche, J. H., claim account laying water service pipe " 1970 

Rodgers, John, claim account property damage " 712 l| 

Rodman, Martha A., cMm special assessment rebate " 1324 i 

Roeder, John, claim water tax rebate " 1151 " 

Rohlping, Mary, claim refund account duplicate payment '' 1683 

Root, Henry, claim special assessment rebate " 656 :i 

Rosenthal, Minnie, claim aceouut personal injury " 1845 

Rourke, Ida, claim water tax rebate " 1710 

Rowland & Pfaff, claim water tax rebate " 593 ^ 

Royce, Dr. W. S., claim for services furnished to city employe " 1804 

Rush St., No. 103, claim water tax rebate " 2578 t 

Rust, R. S., claim special assessment rebate " 559 

Rust, S. S., claim special assessment rebate " 132 "J 

Ryan, Agnes, claim account personal injury " 3798 t 

Ryan, John, claim water tax rebate " 2880 f 

Ryan, Thomas, claim account personal injury " 2530 I 

Sackley & Petersen, claim for payment of vouchers " 3166 \ 

Sacred Heart Church, claim refund boiler inspector's fee " 1870 'J 

Saginaw av.. No. 8816, claim water tax rebate.. " 190 '! 

Salinger, S., claim special assessment rebate '' 388 U 

Saloon on south side of 51st St., bet. Grand blvd. and Calumet av. (John [ 

Eraerick), protest against granting license City Collector 3851 i, 

Sargent Co. (The) , claim special assessment rebate ; Fin . 804 | 

Sauter, Andrew, claim water tax rebate " 490 f 

Savory, Ira, claim special assessment rebate " 1743 

Schmidt, Casper G., (estate) claim account property damage " 3299 

Schmidt, Mrs. Margaret, claim water tax rebate " 1837 

Schneider, Joseph J. & Son., claim water tax rebate " 561 

Schneider, Martha E., claim account personal injury " 49,0 

Schneider, Ph., claim special assessment rebate '' 133 

Schooner Rouse Simmons, claim of owner for damages " 1740 

Sihroeder, Herman J., claim water tax rebate •' 1377 

Schroeder, Theo., claim special assessment rebate " 656 

Schwahn, D. H., claim special assessment rebate '• 1141 

Schwartz, Henry, claim account laying water mains " 2061 

Sears, M. E., claim special assessment rebate " 936 

Seavers; Geo. A., claim water tax rebate " 563 

Sepple, J. J., claim water tax rebate " 878 

Shaffner, B. H. claim account witness fees advanced " 666 

Shanley, Mary, claim account personal injury '' 190 

Sheahan, J. S., claim for services " 147 

Sherer, George, claim water tax rebate '' 3437 

Sholto St., No. 103, claim water tax decrease ^' 383 

Shortall, John G., claim for refund of $80 ,. '' 12r)7 

Shortall, John G., claim special assessment rebate '' 1295 

Shortly. John J., claim account personal injury '• 1251 

Shults, Jefferson, claim special assessment rebate " 2431 

Sidewalks — 

Forty-fourth av., bet. Lake and Rsmdolph, to locate at curb line, pet., with 

o''^er Passed 2466 



X 



CCCXXXII INDEX. 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS-Continued. 

Sidewalks— ^^J^ 

Green st., bet. 66th and fi7th sts., pet. for permit to build, with order Passed 1172 

Kedzie av., from Wellington t® Belmont avs., pet. to stay, with order " 1864 

Sixty-fifth pi., bet. Stewart and Normal avs., pet. to move to curb, with order " 150 
Seventieth st., bet. Princeton av. and C, K. I. and P. Ry., by private con- • 

tract, pet., with order ^j^*-- 

Twenty-second st. (north side), from Douglas blvd. to Albany av., pet. in re. 

condition B.L.I. 1355 

Siegel, Jacob, claim for waeces ^i^^- ^^^^ 

Silva, C. F. and F. P., claim special assessment rebate " ^''^^ 

Silver, Herman, claim for confession of judgment ""^^ 

Simons, Marshall, claim special assessment rebate •■ " ^'^ 

" 1 S70 
Simons, S., claim account property damage 

Simpson, Mrs. Rose, claim account personal injury " 6b2 

Sixty-first st., Nos. 818 and 820, claim water tax rebate " *90 

Sixty-third pi., petition against building stores facing S. & A., S. D. 2465 

Slack, C. H., claim water tax rebateT ^^°- ^f^ 

Smith, Bridget, claim account personal injury " ^^"^^ 

Smith, H. P., claim special assessment rebate 

Smith, James, claim for salary '■'"'" 

-, " 99QQ 

Smith, Sam, claim account property damage '^"'"^ 

Smoke nuisance on Claremont av., between Austin and Grand avs., petition to abate 

Commissioner of Health with power, etc. 804 

Soeder, A. K., claim account property damage Fin. 861 

Soft coal, against its use on L. S. & M. S. engines U. R. 28r 

^ I To Smoke Inspector, with power, etc., page 568. ) 

Sommers, Jacob, claim special assessment rebate Fin. 1<50 

South Chicago Brewing Co., claim water tax rebate " ^-^^^ 



South Side Elevated R. R. Co , claim water tax rebate. 



1965 



South Side Lumber Co., claim water tax rebate '' ^523 

Spearby, C. V., claim special assessment rebate " "5" 

Spies, Annie, claim account personal injury 

Spofford, G. W., claim special assessment rebate '• " 2453 

Sprague, Warner & Co., communication from in re. raising sidewalk in front of 

their premises S. & A., S. D. 2162 

Spratt, John, claim special assessment rebate I^i»- "^465 

Springer, Chas. E., claim for damage ^^_ 

Sprinkling in Bond av., petition for permit to use water (with order) Passed 379 

Standish, A. V., Receiver, claim water tax rebate Fin. 158o 

Stanley, P. E., claim special assessment rebate " 2182 

Stanton, James, claim account work done '^^'' 

Stark, Nic, claim water tax rebate. Taken from file and '' 822 j 

Starring, M. B., claim water tax rebate '^' ^^^^^ j 

Stearns, M. C, Jr., claim special assessment rebate " 2453 | 

Stenman, John, claim special assessment rebate 

Sternfeld, Josephine, claim special assessment rebate '" 65b 

Stevens, Flora B., claim account personal injury " ^"^^^ 

Stickney and Buckingham, claim account property damage " 1249 

St. Lawrence av., No. 4413, claim water tax rebate " 1^84 

St. Luke's Hospital Co., claim water tax rebate " ^2: 

St. Stanislaus Kaska Catholic Church, claim special assessment rebate '• 132 

Stoddard, J as. B., claim for wages while injured " 2061 

Stoffregen, John C, claim account property damage " l^^J 

Stone, E., claim water tax rebate '' '^'^~ 

Stone, Samuel, claim water tax rebate. ... " '" 

Stewell (or Stewell) Thos. J., claim water tax rebate " 1^'' 



k 



INDEX. 



CCCXXXIil 



PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS— Continued. 

ilStreet Improvements— Pag-e 

Alley between Ferdinand. Austin, Leavitt and Oakley, pet. to stay (with 

order) Passed 1255 

Kinzie St., from LaSalle av. to North Water st., against improving File 849 

Kinzie st., from 48th av., etc., pet. for (including sidewalks) S. & A., W. D. 662 

• Yale av., from 71st to rSd sts., pet. for repeal (with ord.) Passed 1250 

^uddard, E. J., claim water tax rebate Fin. 246^ 

:Suddard, T. J., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 132, 2453 

Sullivan, Mrs. B., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 1462 

•Sullivan, John H., claim account plumbing work " 1686 

Sullivan, J. J,, claim account sidewalk construction '^ 129 

iSundberg, Johanna, claim account personal injuries '' 1458 

Sunny side park ( 3084 North Clark st.) claim water tax rebate " 174 

Suter, Fred A., (Globe L. & H. Co.) claim pay of judgment " 1710 

Sweeney, John W., claim water tax rebate , '' 2558 

Synionds, John, claim water tax "rebate '^ 2523 

Tansey, John, claim account services " 656 

Taylor, C: F., claim special assessment rebate " 2266 

Terrill, A. T., claim for refund account laying water mains " 935 

Thatcher and Burke, claim for damages account non-collection, etc " 2474 

Thomas, W. H., claim special assessmerft rebate " 1462 

Thome, M., claim account laying water mains " 1330 

Thorne, Mrs. H. P-, claim account loss of dog " 1326 

Thulis, Michael, claim account personal injury, etc " I37y 

Thurnell, Mrs. Josephine,- claim account personal injury '' 137 

Tillotson, E. N., claim special assessment rebate " 804 

Turner av., No. 216, claim water tax rebate " 719 

Twelfth St., No. 1551, claim water tax decrease " 283 

Thirteenth st., No. 153, claim water tax rebate " 1133 

Twenty-third pi,. No. 167, claim water tax rebate " 2623 

Twenty-ninth St., No. 480, claim waiter tax rebate " 2261 

Thirty-third st. , No. 1104, claim water tax decrease " 2519 

Thirty-fifth st., No. 152, claim water tax rebate '^ 1371 

Thirty-seventh pi., No. 909, claim water tax rebate " 801 

Thirty-seventh st., from Michigan av. to Grand blvd., petition to boulevard 

taken from file and referred to . S. & A. S. D. 1331 

Upham, Mrs. E. F., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 1140 

Urbano, Urbano, claim for refund of fine '^ 2182 

Vacation, alley in blk. 40 Diller's sub. of C. T. sub. 7-39-13, petition for..S. & A. W. D. 2300 
Vacation, alley (north and south) in Sub. of W. 3^, N. W. %, S. W. 1^', S. E. 

3^,32,39, 14, pet. for S.&A., S. D. 1137 

Vander Kanmer, H., claim special assessment rebate Fin. 2474 

Van Schaack, C, claim special assessment rebate " 1462 

Van Vlissingen, Arthur, claim water tax rebate " 1974 

Veith, Ellen, claim account personal injury ^^ 384 

Vider, Olaf (use State Bank, Chicago), claim account special assessment vouchers " 1327 

Vilakos, N. G., claim account loss on fruit '> 1515 

Vogel, C. G., claim special assessment rebate " 490 

Vogel, John, claim special assessment rebate '' 132 

Vorlicek, Jos., claim account property taken ' " 3255 

Wacker & Birk Brewing Co., claim water tax rebate " 1646 

Waite, H. F., claim special assessment rebate " 2736 

Wallace, Helen, claim account personal injury '' 26'^0 

Walnut st„ Nos. 1021, 1023 and 1029, claim water tax decrease ..''.. " 2062 

Walsh, Kate, claim account personal injury " -je 

Walsh, Th©mas, claim special assessment rebate " 287 



CCCXXXIV INDEX. 

PETITIONS, CLAIMS AND COMMUNICATIONS— Continued. 

Page 

Warner Bros. Co., claim water tax rebate Fin. 1594 

Warrant No. 23664, claim special assessment rebate " 147 

Warren av., No. 13, claim water tax rebate " 1463 

Wasliingrton blvd.. No. 1987, claim water tax rebate " SSSS- 

Waterloo, Stanley, claim account property damage, taken from file and. " 1^7 

Water mains to 138th st., pet. of citizens to have extended " 197^ 

Weber, B. F., & Co., claim for confession of judgment. " 1251 

Weed, Sarah M., claim special assessment rebate.. " 128 

Weindt, Joseph, claim special assessment rebate • " SSS' 

Wendel, C, claim water tax rebate 

Wentworth av., No. 4028, claim water tax rebate • 

Wentworth av. , Nos. 6428-36, claim water tax rebate " 153^ 

Wentworth, Wra. M., claim special assessment rebate " 2453- 

Western Fuel Co., claim account damage to wagon " 559 

Westphal, Wm.. claim water tax rebate *' H^O 

West Pullman Land Association, claim account laying water pipes *' 1974 

Whipple, G. C, claim special assessment rebate ■■ " 2736 

White Lake Lumber Co., The, claim refund lumber license " 1682 

White, N. F., claim account injuries to team " 2621 

White, Patrick, claim water tax rebate " 2126 

Whittle, Margaret, claim account personal injury '' 2474 

Wieburg, C. A., claim water tax rebate " ^521 | 

Wigerton, James, claim refund building permit " 129^ 

Wilbur, J. B., claim account paving Bellevue pi • • • " 2263 

Wilkie, A., claim special assessment rebate " 1^^2 

T ii 9OQQ 

Wilkinson, David S., claim account property damage -^^^^ 

Willard, Henry, claim special assessment rebate '' 1^' 

Williams, F. N., claim for refund account laying water mains " 659 

Williamson, R. B., claim special assessment rebate " 2434 

Winchester av.. No. 2643 (north), claim water tax rebate. 

Winchester av., No. 3028, claim water tax rebate 

Wisner, Frank J., claim special assessment rebate " l^"* 

Wolf, Fred W. & Co., claim water tax rebate " 1^99 

Wolf, Moritz, claim special assessment rebate ^^^^ 

Woodiawn av., Nos. 5491 to 5497, claim water tax rebate '' ''^^ ■ 

Workman, J. H., claim sp'^cial assessment rebate : " 559* 

World's Columbian Exposition , claim special assessment rebate " 1462 

Wright, James, claim for wages ^^ -^ '^' 

Wyman, E. C, claim special assessment rebate " ^^^^ 

Xaverius, Joseph, claim water tax rebate ^ 14 ^ 

Zuttermeister, H. C, claim water tax rebate " ^^^"' 



661 

666 



2299 
1251 



RESOLUTIONS. 

Page 

Adjournment, for '^'^^^ ^^^ 

Aldermanic picnic, arranging for Adopted 933 

Andrews, Dr. E. Benjamin, criticising and calling for resignation as Super- J Schools 1965 

intendent of Scho®ls I ^^^^ ^^^^ 

Assessed valuation in North, South and West Towns, Board of Review requested to 

,. Adopted l2o5 

equalize ^ 



INDEX. CCCXXXV 

j RESOLUTIONS-Continued. 

Pag-e 
Assessed Taluation, for appointment of committee of 100 to pet. Legislature to amend 

i statutes, to allow increase on S. O. 1326 

Amended and adopted 1472 

(See list appended of Bonded Indebtedness of Cities ©f the United States). 

Committee appointed 1829 

Appointment of certain persons in lieu of those appointed as abore 2081 

Assessment roll No. 24,287, to withdraw from County Court Adopted 2433 

Assessment of property in West Dirision, for report why higher, etc Jud. 2473 

Audit department, for report as to methods of auditing in Comptroller's j Adopted . . . 2465 

office and estimate of I Vet. & Lost 2510 

(See communication from Comptroller in re., page 2513.) ., 

i Barber Asphalt Co., permit to erect two buiMings at Slip A, etc Adopted 2547 

' Bicycle paths of asphalt, for list of streets upon which they might be censtructed, etc., 

etc Jud. 721 

Board of Assessors, to compare personal property schedules and for appointment of 

special committee to co-operate, etc u Adopted 193 

Board of Review, request to equalize valuations in North, South and West Towns 

Adopted 1255 

Boers in South Africa, extending sympathy to Jud. 1464 

I Boers of South Africa, expressing sympathy (Bos and Goldzier) ^ Adopted 2434 

j Bonding of employes by traction companies, condemning File 2886 

' Bonds, special assessment, in re. 4 per cent interest clause, etc Jud. 559 

Bonds of World's Col. Ex. Co., to make demand on Treasurer etc., for j Adopted 387 

I accounting j Report Subm. 428 

t Boulevard system north and south, for report from committee on Hayes plan for connect- 
ing" S. &A.,N. &S. 1172 

Bridges over nver, for opinion as to paying for out of water fund Fin. 2436 

(See Mayor's communication in re., page 2i47. ) 
Building Contractors and Building Trades Councils, Mayor to appoint committee in re. 

settlement, etc ; Adopted 2796; 

J H. V. & B . . 1375 
Canal from Lake to N. Br. Chicago River, to appoint commission in re. . . [-Reported.. . . 1601 

i Adopted.... 1699 

C. C. Ry . Co. , to run cars to 79th st File 1340 

Chicago General Ry. Co., directing collection of forfeitures from Co Adopted 1035 

Chicago Light and Power Co. vs. City, for filing cross bill Jud. 559 

Chicago Telephone Co., in re. use of slot machines Pub. & File 2885 

Cicero annexation of April 4. 1899, authorizing Fin. Com. and Bd. of Ed. to adjust in- 
debtedness, etc., ( changing order of Nov. 6, 1899, page 1540) Adopted 1807 

City Collector to obtain certain information from County Collector '^ 1139 

(See answer from City Collector, page 1274.) 
City employes (ward laborers) Fin. Com. to devise ways and means to pay without caus- 
ing loss of time Adopted & Fin. 1972 

City employes, to increase salaries 5 per cent Fin. 2063 

City Treasurer Ernst Hummel, in re, settlement with j Reported... 390 

( Passed 584 

Civil Service Commission, to report as to am®umt of money required for ensuing year.. 

^. • - Adopted 1303 

Civil Service Commission, calling its attention to abuses in Ninth Ward '• 2622 

Civil Service Commission, to compel the Commission to receive all applica- 
tions, etc a 2624 

Closing City Hall March 12, 1900, at noon, account death Aid. Griffith " 2574 

Comiskey, John, ex-Ald., on death of, and appointing committee to attend 
funeral 



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CCCXXXVl INDEX. 

KESOLUTIONS— Continued. 

Pag:e 

Committee of 100 to consider issue of bonds on assessed valua- , Resolution Adopted... U72 

tion,^Mayor appointing certain persons in lieu of tnose ap- 3 Committee Appointed. 1829 

pointed December 11, 1899 ( Appointing: in Lieu. . . 2081 

Comoensation from elerated and surface roads (space renting in cars), for opinion as 

legality of an ord. in re Adopted 1748 

(See Opinion, page 1771.) 

Country me rchants, to appoint committee in re., reduced railroad j Adopted 562 

j-a^-es ( Com. Appointed 593 

Court costs paid by city, that county should remit for water furnished county institu- 
tions. (See page 1831) Adoptee 1460 

Day labor, for ord. authorizing city to employ, on tunnels, sewers, etc Adopted 1140 

(See ord. submitted, page 1237.) 

j Jud 1749 

Dead tracks, to serve notice upon traction companies to remove •< ^^^^ -^g^g 

Deed to Lots 7 and 8, Smith's Add., etc., authorizing confirmatory deed from James Dun- 
can Smith and wife Adopted 667 

Deep Waterway to the Gulf, for appointment of committee to co- J Adopted 1328 

operate with, etc j Com. Appointed . . . 1351 

I Adopted 556 

Dewey Admiral, for committee of 25 to take charge of entertainment ] Com. Appointed. . . 593 

( Ad't'nallOApp'ted 876 

Dowie Settlement, for full investigation of Adopted 655 

Drainage Canal — 

Request for immediate opening Adopted 1798 

.,, , . r Adopted 800 

Water power, for appointment of committee to in- J ^^^ ^^^^.^^^^ g^g 

vestigate in re. city rights ] Report of Com. with Reso. . . . 1822 

j Adopted 815 

Water power, for opinion as to city rights,etc.,(Helm) -j ^^.^.^^ submitted with Reso. 884 

Water power, city to bid for a'^^^a es! 

Water power, instructing special committee in re • • • . .Adopted 8h4 

Water power, special committee asking for authority to negotiate j Reported. . . 1822 

lease, etc ^Adopied.... 2016 

Drainage Channel, for inquiry as to completion Adopted 651 

Drinking water, to prevent further pollution Adopted 

Dumping in the lake. Commissioner of Public Works to take summary steps to abolish. . 

^ ' Adopted 563 

Elevated railways, to remove obstructions along and to inspect stations, etc Jud. 493 

Elevator accident in Blakely Printing Co. building, for investigation and ord. to prevent 

. -, , Jud. /4<y* 

future accidents „ 

/ Adopted ™ \ 

Elevators in Citv B all, for report as to safety of ] Report submitted 781 

( Reso. for further report adopted. 9ol 

Fall Festival Association, for appointment of committee of 15 to co- j Adopted 563 

operate with ) Com. Appointed. .^ ^593 

Female help in stores, for ord. providing seats for - -^ ^P^® 

(See communication from Corporation Cwunsel in re., page 1237.) 

Five per cent assessed valuation, etc., for appointment of com- ( Resolution Adopted. 14^. 

mittee of 100 to pet. to Legislature to amend statutes to allow I Committee Appointed. 18.J 

(Appointment of persons in lieu of those appointed December 11, 1899, .081. ) 

Fortieth St. improvement system, for report from B. L. L in re. majority pet. . -^dopted Z^^ 



Galloway, James B., switch track, to prevent re-laying 



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INDEX. CCCXXXVII 

RESOLUTIONS-Continued. 
Gas— Page 

For opinion as to legality of contract June, 1891, | Adopted 814 

bet. gas companies and city in event of city < Opinion Submitted With Order .. 885 

using other material than gas (^ Order Passed 886 

Prices, as to legal right of city to fix, Corporation ( Adopted 719 

Counsel to report ( Report of Corporation Counsel 778 

Proposals to light streets. City Comptroller to advertise for Adopted 719 

Terms bet. P. G. L. & C. Co. and city, for report as to " 801 

Gas lamps, to place Welsbach fixtures in districts, etc '' 278 

Grades of streets, for report as to expense attached to changing " 1139 

i Grand Army Encampment of 1900, extending inyitation to hold in Chicago " 952 

[Griffith, Robert, late Aid. Twenty-fifth Ward, on death ®f " 2573 

Harb®r district and canal on North Side, for appointment of committee 

Committee appointed 1768 

Hard coal on tugs, to insert clause for use in contracts, etc Fin . 886 

i Holm, Frank, for purchase of property adjoining Norwood Park Pumping Station 

Adapted 1611 

Hospitals, for appointment of commission to select emergency hospitals Fin. 2260 

Hespital for Consumptives at Division street and 48th avenue, for $25,000, to erect. .Fin. 1968 
Illinois Telephone and Telegraph Co., for report as to perMits issued and work being 

I done, etc Adopted 2299 

f (See Report, page 2415.) 

Intercepting sewer in 25th ward, for investigation of work, etc.. i 

( Committee Appointed 208 

Lake front land, Law Dept. to proceed to acquire from I. C. R. R Adopted 2615 

Lake Front Park, for inquiry as to when it will be tilled in, etc Adopted 652 

League of American Municipalities, resolution to pay dues \. Adopted; ..... 1347 

as members of ( Vet., Amended & Adopted 1354 

League Cook County Clubs, for permit to use Council Chamber Adopted 1458 

Lights on vehicle*, etc. at night, police to enforce ord " 135 

Loomis, bet. 21st and 22d sts., permit to owners to plank street and lay sidewalks '•' 655 

McAuley, Michael, ex-Ald., on death of " 2579 

McGrath, James J., ex-Ald., on death of " 1742 

Merchants Club, extending thanks for hospitality, etc " 1593 

Michigan av., from Jackson to Randolph, for estimate for improving^ and widen- 
ing and for grooved rails " 1964 

Municipal ownership of street railways, for appointment of commission to j '^^^ ^^^ 

pass upon questions involved therein 1 Reported . . , 1467 

^R. R 1607 

f Reported... 1752 

f Municipal ownership of street railways, creating Committee I Adopted 1919 

to enquire and examine into | Vet., Amended & Adopted 1930 

[^Committee Appointed 2027 

New assessment law (personal property, request Board of Assessors to compare all 

schedules, etc., and appointing Special Committee to c©-operate, etc Adopted 193 

North Division High School, Board of Edneation to withhold contract for construction 

Schools 493 

Norwood Park Pumping Station, submitting bids and acceptances for i Fin 1355- 

property adjoining | Adopted 1611 

One Hundredth St., from Avenue N to Commercial av., for report from B. L. I. as to 

progress, in re. opening Adopted 2878' 

Organized labor, declaring in favor of Jud. 279L 



CCCXXXVm INDEX. 

RESOLUTIONS— Continued. 

Parks (Small) and Playgrounds— Page 

fFin 653 

j Reported... 1334 

For formation of committee to inquire into need of, etc. (Aid. Jackson ) < Passed 1535 

I Amended. . . 1750 

ICom.Apptd. 1767 

For consideration of purchase of three or four hundred acres on Lake Calijmet, 

etc Adopted 1973 

( Adopted.... 1139 

Permits f€)r electric signs, rescinding: all heretofore passed, etc ■{ tt ^ p t ^ iooc 

I Vet. oc LiOst. i4oo 

Pettibone, Amos, declaring him elected as Alderman of Twentieth Ward Adopted 947 

Police- 
Expressing thanks for order preserved during Fall Festival Ass'n " 1331 

For information as to where the department was ai on June 12, 1899 " 655 

For 20 per cent advance in salaries Fin. 2466 

Report of Police Commission as to needs of Police Department before Jan- 
uary 1st Adopted 1303 

Polk and Harvard sts., Homan, Spaulding, St. Louis, Sawyer, Turner, Trum- 
bull and Clifton Park avs. ; establishing width roadway and to lay sidewalks 
to curb S. & A. W. D. 2621 

Post oflSce clerks., approving law to increase salaries Adopted 2470 

Hailroads — 

Brakes on motor cars, etc., for ord. for efficient " 2618 

Chicago General Ry. Co. in Jefferson st., etc., directing City Attorney to compel 

company to repair Jud. 130 

Chicago and Northwestern Ry. Co., to prevent company from relaying the Galloway 

switch track , Adopted 1146 

Graded fares on street railways, to be provided for in extension ords Laid Over 1964 

Street railway employes and question of their giving bonds to companies, declaring 

against Jud. 2619 

Summer cars without center aisle, for ord. abolishing use Adopted 2618 

Taylor st., 14th, 18th and 21st sts.. Committee on Judiciary to prepare ord. for run- 
ning schedules and transfers Jud. 1592 

West Chicago Ry. Co. in Ashland av., to compel company to comply with Sections 

2, 5 and 7 of ord. of July 27, 1896 Adopted 1803 

Revenue law, for special meeting of Council in re. call for special session of Legislature 

to consider (Brennan, 10th ward) No Action 2182 

Substitute for above : Adopted 2182 

Riot cases and damages, etc., authorizing Corporation Counsel, to engage assistant to de- 
fend, etc File 155 

Rosenbaum, Chris., etal., to issue rebate vouchers, etc., account sidewalk constrnction 

Adopted 194 

Rosenberg, Jacob, ex-Alderman, on death of " 2880 

Rules ®f Council, Committee on Rules to consider new set " 6 

Ryan, Daniel W., ex-Ald. on death of " 2062 

( License 1523 

Saloon licenses, for enforcement of payment of < -^ ^ j /v, /-. \ M-a- 

I Reported (by Com.) . . . lo9< 

(See also City Collector's report, which with resolution, recommitted to License, page 1709) 

Sampson, Nels and Frank Holm, to purchase land adjoining pumping sta- j Reported. . . 1466 

tion in Norwood Park 1 Adopted. . . . 1611 



INDEX. CCCXXXIX 

RESOLUTIONS— Continued. 

Page 
Sanitary District, returning' thanks to trustees for hospitality on occasion of 

visit, etc Adopted 1585 

Satterfield, Rev. T. R., leave to file bond in re. claim " 196S 

School expenditures, not to honor vouchers, etc " 2445 

School sites and building^s, Board of Education t® submit all bids to Council " 888 

School yards, for appointment, for appointment of commission to confer with 

Board of Education to use as play groiinds " 1590 

(Committee appointed, page 1627.) 

I Seats for females in stores, for enforcement of law in re. (sec. 1101 R. C.) Adopted 1255 

Sidewalk construction, in re. property owners who have complied with notices, etc. " 194 

Sidewalks (defective), to take up questions of removal of dang-erous, etc., etc " 2297 

I, Slepieka, Frank, Ex- Alderman Eighth Ward, on death of, and for appointment 

L «f committee to attend funeral (two) " 1139 

E Sn;iith, James Duncan and wife, in re. confirmatory deed- of Lots 7 and 8 in 

Smith's Add., etc., to city " 667 

I Smith, James Duncan and wife, fer acceptance of deed to real estate in Town of 
Lake " 933 

I Snew in First Ward, cost of removal to be paid from First Ward appropriation . . " 2547 

i Special assessment bonds, in re. 4 per cent interest clause, etc „. . Jud. 559 

j Street car legislation, to meraoralize legislature in re Pile 160 

!; Street improvements, B. L. I. to exclude the ten-year guarantee clause in ( Jud 1255 

specifications, etc , } File 1528 

Street names, for investigation of confusion in Street Nom. 822 

Street railway ticket system, for committee to confer with railway compa- i Adopted 559 

nies as to system j Com. Apptd 876 

Street railway systems of other cities, for appointment of committee to inquire into Fin. 491 
Street railway companies' rights, etc., etc., for special committee to report upon. Adopted 2187 
Subways or conduits in business portion of city (page 583), to take no further 

steps until order of Council " 943 

Subways in heart ©f city, special committee to investigate feasibility " 2437 

Swenie, Denis J., Fire Marshal, vote of confidence '.' 280 

Swenie, Denis J., congratulations and thanks of Council in connection with 

presentation of portrait t® city '• 1797 

Talk and Wind, for appointment of committee on " 1968 

Telephone slot machines, directing proceedings to compel company to observe 

ordinance granted it Jud. 803 

Ten-year clause in specification for street improvement, B. L. I. to exclude File 1528 

Thompson, John R., for private telephone wire File 200 

Track Elevation Committee, appointment of < 

I Committee Appointed. 181 

Tracks (street car) not in use, to notify Union Traction Co. to remove -(_ 

( File 1815 

Traction Companies, Special Committee ©n Street Railway Matters, to report on rights, 

etc Adopted 2181 

Transfer or 5-cent fare on Ashland av. from north to south end, for opinion on enforce- 
ment ord. for Adopted 655 

Transfers or single fare on Ashland av., authorizing negotiations with companies for 

i Adopted 966 



CCCXL INDEX. 

RESOLUTIONS— Continued. 

Page 

Trees in sidewalk spaces, to call upon property owners to plant Adopted 1140 

Tunnels and bridges, to appoint commission to consider lower- J Adopted 773 

ing former and removing center piers ( Commission Appointed 77 

( Schools 158 

Vouchers for sites and buildings, Comptroller to honor none, unless, etc. -j ^^j^p^^^^ _ ^ ^ ^^^^ 

Wall?er, Chas. M., accepting resignation as Alderman of Twenty-fourth Ward. .Adopted 209 
Water furnished to county institutions, that county should remit court costs for supply- 
ing water free .Adopted 1460 

Communication from Mayor, Corporation Counsel and President Cook County Board 

in re Fin. 1831 

Water, to prevent further polution by dumping in lake Adopted 973 

W. C. St. Ry. Co. in Crittenden and Eric sts., to repair " 805 

W. C. St. Ry. Co. in Noble, Blackhawk and Holt sts.. city to remove tracks ' 805 

World's Col. Ex. Co. bonds, to demand accounting on behalf of city 387. 

(Report submitted, page 428.) 

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April 10, J 



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CITY COUNCIL, 



CHICAGO 



Regular Meeting, April 10, 1899. 



OFFICIAL RECORD. 

Published by authority of the City Council of the 
City of Chicago, April 14, 1899. 



Present — His Honor, the Mayor and Aid. 
Couffhlin, Kenna, Cook, Gunther, Ailing, 
Fitch, Ballenberg, Jackson, Cloidt, Con- 
nor, O'Brien, Martin, Murphy, Fick, Ben- 
nett (8th ward), Novak, Hurt, Cullerton, 
Biewer, Duddleston, Colson, Francis, Nea- 
gle. Little, Maypole, Ziehn, Beilfuss, Tuite, 
Raymer, Smulski, Kunz, Oberndorf, Bren- 
nan, Conlon, Powers, Alwart, Brown, Mang- 
ier, Herrmann, Lyman, Olson, Barry, 
Hirsch, Griffith, Cannon, Schlake, Kimbell, 
Butler, McCarthy, Bigane, Carey, Reich- 
ardt, Boyd, Sproul, Badenoch, Nelson, 
Mayor, Wiora, Darcy, Bennett (34th ward) 
and Math. 

Absent— A.U. Walsh, Haberkorn, Maltby, 
Walker and Mclnerney. 

MINUTES. 

Aid. Jackson moved that the minutes of 



the regular meeting held April 5, 1899, be ap- 
proved without being read. 
The motion prevailed. 

REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS. 

His Honor, the Mayor, submitted the fol- 
lowing communication : 

Mayor's Office, ) 

Chicago, April 10th, 1899. \ 

To the Honorable, the City Council: 

Gentlemen: — I herewith submit to your 
Honorable body, a communication from the 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co., 
relative to an ordinance granting permission 
to the said Railway Company to remove via- 
duct approach at Carroll avenue and Halsted 
street, to lay tracks on Carroll avenue and to 
extend Wayman street from Halsted street to 
Sangamon street, and w©uld suggest such ac- 
tion as your Honorable Body may see fit. 
Respectfully, 

Carter H. Harrison, 
Mayor. 



April 10,J 



[1899 



Chicago, April 10th, 1899. 

Hon. Carter H. Harrison, 31ayor ot the City 
ot Chicago: 

Dear Sir: — Under the provisions of section 
4 ©f an ordinance entitled "An ordinance 
granting permission to the Chicago, Milwau- 
kee & St. Paul Railway Company to remove 
viaduct approach at Carroll avenue and Hals- 
ted street, to lay tracks on Carroll avenue 
and to extend Wayman street from Halsted 
street to Sangamon street," passed liy the 
City Council of the City of Chicago February 
6, 1899, the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul 
E,ailway Company herewith deliver +o you as 
Mayor of the City of Chicago, a dedication 
deed executed by Roswell Miller and wife, 
conveying to the City of Chicago for pur- 
poses of a public street, all of Lots 6 and 7 
and the south 16 feet of Lots 1 to 5 in 
Block 16; also all of Lots 6 and 7 and the 
south 16 feet of Lots 1 to 5 in Block 17; and 
also all of Lots 6 and 7 and the south 16 feet 
of Lots Ito 5 in Block 18; all in Carpenter's 
Addition to Chicago, the same being for an 
extension of Wayman street 66 feet wide from 
Halsted street to Sangamon street as con- 
templated in the ordinance above quoted, 

Youis truly, 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway 

Company. 

By W. J. Parsons, 

Authorized Agent. 

Which was placed ©n file. 

also. 

The following veto message : 

Mayor's Office, / 

April 10th, 1899. \ 

To the Honorable, the City Council: 

Gentlemen— 1 herewith return, without 
my approval an order passed by your Hon- 
orable Body at its last meeting directing the 
Commissioner of Public Works to Issue a 
permit to John C. Spengler to string a tele- 
phone wire across the street at the corner of 
Armitage avenue and Milwaukee avenue, 
and would suggest that same be amended 
so as to i>ive the Mayor and Commissioner of 
Public Works the right to remove said wire 
at their discretion. 

Respectfully, 

Carter H. Harrison, 
Jfavor . 



Aid. Jackson moved to reconsider the vote 
by which the order referred to in the veto 
message of His Honor, the Mayor, was 
passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Mavor moved that the order be passed 
as amended by the veto message of His 
Honor, the Mayor. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
issue a permit to John C. Spengler to string 
a wire across the street at the corner of Arm- 
itage and Milwaukee avenues, said wire ta 
be removed at any time at the discretion of 
the Mayor or Commissioner of Public Works. 

ALSO, 

The following veto message : 

Mayor's Office, ) 
April 10th, 1899. ( 

To the Honorable, the City Council: 

Gentlemen— I herewith return without 
my approval an order passed by your Honor- 
able Body at its last meeting directing the 
Commissioner of Public Works to issue a 
permit toPabst Brewing Company for electric 
sign at No. 137 E. Madison street, and would 
suggest that same be am.euded so as to give 
the Mayor and C®mmissioner of Public 
Works the right t® remove said sign at their 
discretion. 

Respectfully, 

Carter H. Harrison, 
3fayor. 

Aid. Powers moved to reconsider the v©te 
by which the order referred to in the veto 
message of His Honor, the Mayor, was 
passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Powers moved that the order be 
passed, as amended by the veto message of 
His Honor the Mayor. 

The motion prevailed. 
The following is the order as passed: 
Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
issue permit to Pabst Brewing Co., for elec- 
tric sign at No. 137 Madison street. Said 



April 10,] 



[1^99 



sign to be removed at any time at the direc 
tion of the Mayor or Commissioner of Public 
Works. 

ALSO, 

The following- veto message: 

Mayor's Office, ) 
April 10th, 1899. \ 

To the Honorable^ the City Council: 

Gentlemen — I herewith return , without 
ray approval, an order passed by your Hon- 
orable Body at its last meeting, directing the 
Commissioner ©f Public Works to issue a 
permit to Chas. C. Bernard to string a tele- 
phone wire across Webster avenue, between 
l^orth Halsted and Dayton streets, and would 
suggest that same be so amended as to 
give the Mayor and Commissioner of Public 
Works th'e right to remove said wire at their 
discretion. 



Respectfully, 

Cartee H. 



Harrison, 



Mayor. 

Aid. Powers moved to reconsider the vote 

\>j which the order referred to in the veto 

message of His Honor, the Mayor, was 
passed. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Powers moved that the order be 
passed as amended by the veto message of 
His Honor, the Mayor. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the order as passed : 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Pub- 
lic Works be and he is hereby directed to 
Issue a permit to Charles C. Bernard, M. D.. 
to string a telephone wire to cross Webster 
avenue between North Halsted and Dayton 
streets and to connect with livery stable at 
331 and 333 Webster avenue and his resi- 
dence, 452 Dayton street ; said wire to be re- 
moved at any time at the discretion of the 
Mayor or Commissioner of Public Works. 

Aid. Powers moved that the roll of the new 
'Council be caUed;that the Aldermen. elect 
arise and that the Clerk administer the oath 
of office to the Ald.jrmen-elect. 

So ordered. 

The Clerk proceeded to call the roil of the 
new Council, and there were 

Prese7it— Aid. Coughlin, Kenna, Gunther, 



Pike, Fitch, Ailing, Jackson, Foreman, Con- 
nor, Blake (.5th ward) Martin, MeCormick, 
Fick, Brenner, Novak, Garry, Cullerton, 
Hurt, Brennan (10th ward), Zimmer, Colson, 
Duddleston, Neasrle, Patterson, Maypole, 
Fowler, Beilfuss, Bos, Raymer, Hallstrom, 
Kunz, Smulski Oberndorf, Johnson, Conlon, 
Brennan (18th ward) , Powers, Morris, Brown, 
Alwart, Herrmann, Werno, Goldzier, Smith, 
Olson, Peterson, Helm, Griffith, Butler (25th 
ward), Schlal^e, Blake (26th ward), Keeney, 
Bigane, Rector. Carey, Russell, Boyd, 
Zeman, Badenoch, Eidmann, Mavor, Nelson, 
Darcy, Watkins, Math and Bennett. 

Absent— Aid. Walker and Butler (27th 
ward) . 

The Clerk then administered the oath of 
office to the Aldermen elect. 

Aid. Mavor presented a list of Standing 
Committees for the year 1899-1900, and 
moved its adoption. 

Aid. Powers submitted the following list 
of Standing Committees for the year 1899- 
1900, in lieu of the list submitted by Aid. 
Mavor: 

FINANCE. 

Powers, Brennan (18th ward), Coughlin, 
Brown, Carey, Hurt, Zimmer, Schlake, May- 
pole, Mavor, Connor, Oberndorf, Olson. 

JUDICIARY. 

Novak, Kunz, Darcy, Blake (5th ward), 
MeCormick, Alwart, Walker, Goldzier, Dud- 
dleston, Ailing, Smulski, Colson, Brenner. 



Conlon, Kenna, Brennan (10th ward), 
Powers, Garry, Martin, Gunther, Werno, 
Alwart, Fitch, Brenner, Helm, Beilfuss. 

RAILROADS. 

Martin, Kenna, Conl®n, Cullerton, Bigane, 
Fick, Brennan (10th ward), Schlake, Darcy, 
Hallstrom, Johnson, Connor, Peterson. 

GAS, OIL AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS. 

Kenna, Brennan (18th ward), Martin, 
Morris, Hurt, Darcy, Russell, Werno, Carey, 
Brenner, Patterson, Blake (26th ward), Bade- 
noch. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

MeCormick, Hurt, Brown, Morris, Neagle, 
Brennan (10th ward), Blake (5th ward), 
Gunther, Herrmann, Fowler, Raymer, Smith, 
Nelson. 



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[1899 



Duddleston, Alwart, Boyd, Kunz, Bigane, 
Darcy, Fick, Garry, Walker, Bos, Johnson, 
Butler (27th ward), Bmtler (25th ward). 



Garry, Powers, Conlon, Coughlin, Darcy, 
Carey, Cullerton, Bigane, Werno, Colson, 
Beilfuss, Olson, Pike. 

WATER DEPARTMENT. 

Carey, Brown, Bigane, Kunz, Hurt, May- 
pole, Gunther, MeCormick, Goldzier, Fowler, 
Bos, ISelson, Bennett. 

WHARVES AND PUBLIC GROUNDS. 

Hurt, Kenna, Brown, Fick, Brennan (10th 
ward), Neagle, Watkins, Russell, Math, May- 
pole, Zeman, Keeney, Smith, 

POLICE STATIONS AND BRIDEWELL. 

Zimmer, Maypole, Gunther, Neagle, Sch- 
lake, Boyd, Watkins, Foreman, Eidmann, 
Rector, Raymer, Pike, Ailing. 



Morris, Brennan (18th ward), Fick, Novak, 
Coughlin, Kunz, Powers, Hurt, Carey, Olson, 
Oberndorf, Connor, Zeman. 

SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS. 

Blake (5th ward) , Maypole, Schlake, Dud- 
dleston, Gunther, Walker, Neagle, Fitch, 
Jackson, Nelson, Helm, Smith, Smulski. 

CIVIL SERVICE. 

Brennan (10th ward), Conlon, Cullerton, 
Garry, Duddleston, Morris, Werno, GriflSth, 
Foreman, Peterson, Butler (25th ward), 
Eidmann, Mavor. 



Cullerton, Novak, Brennan (18th ward), 
Darcy, Bigane, Coughlin, Powers, Blake 
(26th ward), Keeney, Rector, Pike, Math. 

WHARFING PRIVILEGES. 

Boyd, Walker, Garry, Neagle, Russell, 
Watkins, Zimmer, Blake (5th ward), Butler 
(27th ward), Blake (26th ward), Zeman, 
Bennett, Hallstrom. 

CITY HALL. 

Neagle, Gunther, Walker, Maypole, 
Schlake, Werno, Blake (5th ward), Herr- 
mann, Beilfuss, Mavor, Badenoch, Rector, 
Patterson. 



STREETS AND ALLEYS, S. D. 

Coughlin, Gunther, Ailing, Jackson, Blake 
(5th ward), MeCormick, Bigane, Carey, 
Boyd, Badenoch, Nelson, Darcy, Math. 

STREETS AND ALLEYS, W. D. 

Brennan (18th ward), Fick, Novak, Culler- 
ton, Zimmer, Duddleston, Neagle, Maypole, 
Beilfuss, Raymer, Kunz, Oberndorf, Morris, 
Rector, Butler (27th ward) . 

STREETS AND ALLEYS, N. D. 

Alwart, Werno, Goldzier, 01s©n, Walker,. 
GrifHth, Schlake. 

ELECTIONS. 

Brown, Kenna, Fick, Hurt, Conlon, Boyd,. 
Martin, Garry, Watkins, Smulski, Raymer^ 
Cols®n, Bos. 

STREET AND ALLEY OPENINGS, 

Kunz, Duddleston, Neagle, Martin, Cough- 
lin, Gunther, MeCormick, Brenner, Fowler,, 
Hallstrom, Helm, Keeney, Eidmann. 

STREET NOMENCLATURE. 

Russell, Hermann, Walker, Schlake, Hurt; 
Powers, Blake (5th ward.) Pike, Fitch, Con- 
nor, Bennett, Butler (25th ward), Peterson.. 

HARBORS, BRIDGES AND VIADUCTS. 

Fick, Coughlin, Alwart, Werno, Cullerton^ 
Carey, Brennan (10th ward). Foreman, Col- 
son, Bos, Johnson, Hallstrom, Smith. 

MARKETS. 

Bigane, Carey, Boyd, Brown, Duddleston,. 
Conlon, Morris, Fitch, Beilfuss, Connor, 
Badenoch, Peterson, Helm. 

PRINTING. 

Werno, Fick, Kenna, Martin, MeCormick,, 
Novak, Darcy, Goldzier, Brenner, Smulski,. 
Fowler, Jackson, Zeman. 

Aid. Brenner moved that consideration on 
the adoption of committee lists be postponed 
for one week. 

Aid. Schlake moved to lay the motion on 
the table. 

The motion to table prevailed. 

After further debate the Chair directed the 
Clerk to call the roll on the motion to adopt 
the list of Standing Committees as sub- 
mitted by Aid. Mav®r. 

The Clerk proceeded to call the roll, Aid. 



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Mayor's motion prevailed, and the list of 
Standing Committees submitted by him was 
adopted by yeas and nays as follows : 

Teas— Gunther, Pike, Ailing, Jaelison, 
Foreman, Hurt, Brennan (10th ward), 
Zimmer, Colson, Neagle Patterson, May pole. 
Fowler, Beilfuss, Bos, Raymer, Hallstrom, 
Kunz, Smulski, Oberndorf, Herrmann, Wer- 
no, Goldzier, Smith, Olson, Peterson, Helm, 
Griffith, Butler (25th ward), Schlake, 
Blake (26th ward), Keeney, Rector, Carey, 
Russell, Boyd, Zeman, Badenoch, Eidmann, 
Mayor, Nelson, Watkins, Math, Ben- 
nett— 44. 

I Nays — Coughlin, Kenna, Connor, Blake 
■ (5th ward) , Martin, McCorraick, Fiek, Bren- 
ner, Novak, Cullerton, Duddleston, Conlon, 
i Brennan (18th ward). Powers, Morris, 
Brown, Alwart, Bigane Darcy — 19. 

Aid. Schlake moved to reconsider the vote 
last taken. 

Aid. Mayor moved to lay the motion to re- 
consider on the table. 

The motion to table prevailed. 

The following is the list of Standing Com- 
mittees of the Council for the year 1899-1900: 

FINANCE. 

Schlake, Jackson, Carey, Mayor, Maypole, 
Griffith, Kunz, Ailing, Powers, Beilfuss, 
Hurt, Raymer, Neagle. 

JUDICIARY. 

Bennett, Smulki, Goldzier, Ailing, Wat- 
kins, Blake (26th ward) , Pike, Boyd, Fowler, 
Nelson, Butler (27th ward), Novak, Werno. 

SCHOOLS. 

Gunther, Badenoch, Russell, Nelson, Bren- 
nan (18th ward). Foreman, Blake (5th ward), 
Patterson, Herrmann, Eidmann, Conlon, 
Smith, Zimmer. 

RAILROADS. 

Mayor, Duddleston, Jackson, Bos, Math, 
Maypole, Rector, Gunther, Fitch, Herrmann, 
Hallstrom, Bigane, Russell. 

GAS, OIL AND ELECTRIC LIGHT. 

Beilfuss, Maypole, Zeman, Coughlin, Kee- 
ney, Garry, Bennett, Helm, Raymer, Neagle, 
Olson, Russell, Brennan (10th ward). 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 

Darcy, Zeman, Kenna, Connor, Martin, 
Smulski, Coughlin, Foreman, Fick, Butler 



(25th ward), Blake (5th ward), Johnson, 
Gunther. 

LICENSE. 

Smulski, Carey, Pike, Boyd, Patterson, Mc- 
Cormick, Griffith, Butler (25th ward), Blake, 
(26th ward), Kunz, Butler (27th ward), 
Walker, Bos. 

ELECTIONS. 

Hurt, Badenoch, Neagle, Pike, Dudddles- 
ton. Fowler, Schlake, Nelson, Watkins, 
Smith, Goldzier, Bennett, Zimmer. 

RULES. 

Herrmann, Ailing, Brennan (18th ward), 
Patterson, Kenna, Hallstrom, Bigane, Fitch, 
Darcy, Math, Blake (5th ward), Eidmann, 
Werno. 

STREETS AND ALLEYS, S. D, 

Carey, Fitch, Coughlin, Gunther, Jackson, 
Connor, Martin, Boyd, Badenoch, Nelson, 
Watkins, Math, Bigane. 

STREETS AND ALLEYsf'v^. D. 

Maypole, Beilfuss, Fick, Novak, Hurt, 
Brennan (10th ward), Duddleston, Neagle, 
Raymer, Kunz, Johnson, Brennan (18th 
ward). Powers, Keeney, Rector. 

STREETS AND ALLEYS, N. D. 

Griffith, Herrmann, Alwart, Smith, Olson, 
Walker, Schlake. 

WHAREING PRIVILEGES. 

Ailing, Duddleston, Oberndorf, Kenna, 
Fowler, Watkins, Butler (25th ward), Gold- 
zier, Bos, Martin, Zeman, Novak, Keeney. 

CIVIL SERVICE. 

Fitch, Schlake, Mavor, Walker, Rector, 
Herrmann, Bennett, Gunther, Patterson, 
Watkins, Hallstrom, Boyd, Butler (27th 
ward) . 

HARBORS, VIADUCTS AND BRIDGES. 

Raymer, Morris, Bos, Helm, Brenner, Al- 
wart, Fowler, Brown, Blake (26th ward), 
Hurt, Keeney, Garry, Foreman. 

SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS, 

Jackson, Carey, Mayor, Boyd, Griffith, 
Goldzier, Brenner, Conlon, Colson, Morris, 
Beilfuss, Darcy, Patterson. 

STREET NOMENCLATURE. 

Helm, Colson, Conlon, Alwart, Darcy, 
Smith, Keeney, Zeman, Eidman, Pike, Mc- 
Cormick, Blake (26th ward) , Badenoch. 



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POLICE, 

Butler (27th ward), Werno, Connor, Rec- 
tor, Zimmer, Butler (25tli ward), Herrmann, 
Olson, Bigane, Oberndorf, Smulski, Hall- 
strom, Gunther. 

riBB DEPARTMENT. 

Badenoeh, MeCormiek, Fick, Colson, Al- 
wart, Coughlin, Fowler, Johnson, Pike, Bos, 
Blake (5th ward), Zeman, Smith. 

MARKETS. 

Bigane, Peterson, Morris, Garry, Culler- 
ton, Goldzier, Walker, Schlake, Russell, 
Duddleston, Ailing, Foreman, Werno. 

PRINTING. 

Coughlin, Beilfuss, Olson, Conlon, Powers, 
Brennan (10th ward). Math, Watkins, Ben- 
nett, Zimmer, Connor, Jackson, Novak. 

CITY HALL. 

Math, Blake (5th ward). Foreman, Martin, 
Raymer, Fick, Brenner, Neagle, Garry, Cul- 
lerton, Badenogh, Blake (26th ward) Peter- 
son. 

POLICE STATIONS AND BRIDEWELL. 

Duddleston, Colson, Brennan (18th ward), 
Zimmer, Oberndorf, Morris, Hurt, Rector, 
Johnson, Zeman, Smulski, Eidmann, Helm. 

WHARVES AND PUBLIC GROUNDS. 

Kunz, Connor, Conlon, Brown, Patterson, 
Maypole, Hallstrom, Butler (25th ward), 
Helm, Peterson, Raymer, MeCormiek, 
Russell. 

WATER DEPARTMENT. 

Nelson, Darcy, Powers, Alwart, Kenna, 
Cullerton, Brennan (10th ward), Griffith, 
Hermann, Keeney, Fowler, Olson, Mavor. 

STREET AND ALLEY OPENING. 

Boyd, Johnson, Brenner, Brennan (10th 
ward), Martin, C@l ®n, Kunz, Oberndorf, 
Bos, Werno, Russell, Pike, Peterson. 

By consent, Aid, Carey presented the fol- 
lowing resolution : 

Resolved, By the City Council of the City of 
Chicago, that a committee of nine members 
of the City Council, three of whom shall be 
of the West Division, four from the South 
Division and two from the North Division, to 
be appointed by the Chair to act with His 
Honor, the Mayor, in all matters pertaining to 
the subject of track elevation within the cor- 
porate limits of said city. Such committee 
shall be known as "The Track Elevation 
Committee," and said committee shall make 



report to this Council from time to time as 
occasion may require. 

Aid. Mavor moved its adoption. 

The motion prevailed. 

By consent, Aid. Schlake presented the fol- 
lowing resolution : 



,That the Committee on Rules of this 
Council be and the same is hereby directed to 
prepare at once and submit to this Council for 
its consideration a set of rules for this Coun- 
cil, and be it further resolved that the rule? 
of 1898-1899 be adopted temporarily as the 
rules of this Council. 
Which was, en motion, duly adopted. 

By consent. Aid. Powers presented an ordi- 
nance fixing the next regular meeting of the 
City Council for April 24, 1899, at 7:30 
o'clock P. M., and moved its passage. 

The motion prevailed and the ordinance 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Teas— Coughlin. Kenna, Gunther, Pike^ 
Fitch, Ailing, Jackson, Foreman, Connor, 
Blake (5th ward), Martin, MeCormiek, Fick^ 
Brenner, Novak, Garry, Cullerton, Hurt, 
Brennan (10th ward), Z nomer, Colson, Dud- 
dleston, Neagle, Patterson, Maypole, Fowler, 
Beilfuss, Bos, Raymer, Hallstrom, Kunz, 
Smulski, Oberndorf, Johnson, Conl®n, 
Brennan (18th ward), Powers, Morris, Brown,, 
Alwart, Herrmann, Werno, Goldzier, Smith, 
Olson, Peterson, Helm, Griffith, Butler (25tb 
ward), Schlake, Blake (26th ward), Keeney, 
Bigane, Rector, Carey, Russell, Boyd, Zeraan, 
Badenoeh, Eidmann, Mavor, Nelson, Darcy, 
Watkins, Math, Bennett— 66. 

Hays — None. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City 

of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the next regular meeting 
of the City Council after the 10th day of 
April, shall be held on the 24th day of April, 
1899, at 7:30 P. M. 

Section 2. This ordinance shall be in force 
from and after its passage. 

ELECTION OF SERGBANT-AT-ARMS. 

Aid. Powers nominated John H. Duliard 
as Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Aid. Mavor nominated Robert Corlett as 
Sergeant-at-Arms. 



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Aid. Sraulski nominated James Keats as 
Sergeant-at-Arms. 

The Chair directed the Cleric to call the 
I roll on the election of John H, Dullard as 
Sergeant-at-Arms. 

i The Clerk proceeded to call the roll and 
the following vote was cast in favor of the 
election of John H. Dullard Sergeant-at- 
Arras : 

Yeas — Coughlin, Kenna, Gunther, Blake 
^ I (5th ward), Martin, McCormick, Fick, Bren- 
ner, Novak, Garry, CuUerton, Hurt, Brennan 
(10 ward), Zimmer, Duddleston, Neagle, 
Patterson, Maypole, Kunz, Conlon, Brennan 
(18th ward). Powers, Morris, Brown, Alwart, 
Herrmann, Werno, Goldzier, Olsen, Peterson, 
Schlake, Bigane, Rector, Carey, Russell, 
Boyd, Ba'denoeh, Darcy, Watkins— 39. 

F'ays— Pike, Ailing, Jackson, Foreman, 
Colson, Fowler, Beilfuss. Bos, Raymer, 
Hallstrom, Smulski, Smith, Helm, Griffith, 
Butler (25th ward), Blake (36th ward), 
Keeney, Zeman, Eidmann, Mayor, Nelson, 
Math, Bennett— 23. 

John H. Dullard having received 39 votes, 
the Chair declared him duly elected as Ser- 
geant-at-Arms. 

The Clerk presented the official bond of 
Carter H. Harrison as Mayor in the penal 
sum of $10,000 with Harry B. Owsley, 
Heaton Owsley and William Preston Harri- 
son as sureties. 

Aid. Powers moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Teas— Coughlin, Kenna, Gunther, Pike, 
Ailing, Jackson, Foreman, Blake (5th ward), 
Martin, McCormick, Fick, Brenner, Novak, 
Garry, Cullerton, Hurt, Brennan (10th ward), 
Zimmer, Colson, Duddleston, Neagle, Pat- 
terson, Maypole, Fowler, Beilfuss, Bos, Ray- 
mer, Hallstrom, Kunz, Smulski, Oberndorf, 
Conlon, Brennan (18th ward). Powers, Mor- 
ris, Brown, Alwart, Herrmann, Wern®, 
Goldzier, Smith, Ulsen, Peterson, Helm, 
Griffith, Butler (25th ward), Schlake, Blake 
(26th ward), Keeney, Bigane, Rector, Carey, 
Russel, Boyd, Zeman, Badenoch, Eidmann, 
Mavor, Nelson, Darcy, Watkins, Math, Ben- 
nett— 63. 

-ZVa?/s— None. 



The Clerk presented the official bond of 
Adam Ortseifen as City Treasurer, in the 
penal sum of $22,500,000, with John A. Orb, 
Ernst Hummel, Theo. Oehne, C. Herman 
Plautz, James H. Gilbert, John Dreier, Fritz 
Goetz, E. A. Potter, John A. King, John H. 
"Witbeck, Leroy A. Goddard, Rudolf Brand, 
Thomas F. Keeley, Wm. A. Birk, Franz Am- 
berg, Fred Deecken, G. F. Geist, Adolph 
Arnold and J. B. Murphy as sureties. 

Aid. Schlake moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Feas— Coughlin, Kenna, Gunther, Pike, 
Ailing, Jackson Foreman, Blake (5th ward), 
Martin, McCormick, Fick, Brenner, Novak, 
Garry, Cullerton, Hurt, Brennan (10th ward), 
Zimmer, Colson, Duddleston, Neagle, Pat- 
terson, Maypole, Fowler, Beilfuss, Bos, Ray- 
mer. Hallstrom, Kunz, Smulski, Oberndorf, 
Conlon, Brennan (18th ward), Powers, Mor- 
ris, Brown, Alwert, Herrmann, Werno, 
Goldzier, Smith, Olson, Peterson, Helm, 
Griffith, Butler (25th ward), Schlake, Blake 
(26th ward) , Keeney, Bigane, Rector, Carey, 
Russell, Boyd, Zeman, Badenoch, Eidmann, 
Mavor, Nelson, Darcy, Watkins, Math, Ben- 
nett— 63. 

Hays — None. 

The Clerk presented the official bond of 
Andrew J. Ryan as City Attorney, in the 
penal sum of $5,000, with Calvin B. Beach 
and John J. Sloan as sureties. 

Aid. Schlake moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Teas — Coughlin, Kenna, Gunther, Pike, 
Ailing, Jackson, Foreman, Blake (5th ward), 
Martin, McCormick, Fick, Brenner, Novak, 
Garry, Cullerton, Hurt, Brennan (10th ward), 
Zimmer, Colson, Duddleston, Neagle, Pat- 
terson, Maypole, Fowler, Beilfuss, Bos, Ray- 
mer, Hallstrom, Kunz, Smulski, Oberndorf, 
Conlon, Brennan (18th ward), Powers, Mor- 
ris, Brown, Alwart, Herrmann, Werno, 
Goldzier, Smith, Olson, Peterson, Helm, 
Griffith, Butler (25th ward), Schlake, Blake 
(26th ward), Keeney, Bigane, Rector, Carey, 
Russell, Boyd, Zeman, Badenoch, Eidmann, 
Mavor, Nelson, Darcy, Watkins, Math, Ben- 
nett— 63. ' 

J^ays — None. 



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The Clerk presented the oflacial bond of 
William Loeffler as City Clerk in the penal 
sum of five thousand dollars, with Thomas 
Oahan and Oscar G. Foreman as sureties. 

Aid. Schlake moved that the bond be ap- 
proved. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Feas— Coughlin, Kenna, Gunther, Pike, 
Ailing, Jackson, Foreman, Blake (5th ward), 
Martin, McCormick, Fick, Brenner, Novak, 
Garry, Cullerton, Hurt, Brennan (10th ward), 
Zimmer, Colson, Duddleston, Neagle. Pat- 
terson, Maypole, Fowler, Beilfuss, Bos, Ray- 
mer, Hallstrom, Kunz, Smulski, Oberndorf, 
Conlon, Brennan (18th ward), Powers, Mor- 
ris, Brown, Alwart, Herrmann, Werno, 
Goldzier, Smith, Olson, Peterson, Helm, 
Griffith, Butler (25th ward), Schlake, Blake 
(26th ward) , Keeney, Bigane, Rector, Carey, 
Russell, Boyd, Zeman, Badenoch, Eidmann, 
Mavor, Nelson, Darcy, Watkins, Math, Ben- 
nett— 63. 

Jfays — None. 

His Honor, the Mayor, submitted his an- 
nual message as follows : 

Mayor's Office, ) 
April 10th, 1899. \ 
To the Honorable, the City Council : 

Gentlemen:— Two years ago in assuming 
the office of Mayor I directed the attention 
of the City Council and the people of Chicago 
to the necessity for restoring " the confidence 
of the outside world in the capacity ®f Chi- 
cago to furnish adequate security to all in- 
vestors who may desire to bring here«and in- 
vest their moneys." At that time I pointed 
out that serious misgiving existed outside of 
Chicago as to this city's financial integrity. 
The necessity was emphasized of so shaping 
our official actions as to bring about a re- 
newal of the confidence Chicago had previ- 
ously enjoyed, and I ventured to predict the 
desired end would be secured during the ad- 
ministration of which I have had the honor to 
be the head. In claiming that my prophecy has 
been fulfilled I must not fail to do honor to 
the man whose name will forever be linked 
with the story that tells of Chicago's rescue 
from financial uncertainty and placed on a 
basis of financial security — the name ©f 
Robert A. Waller. 

An administration that is managed loosely 
in other respects cannot be financially suc- 



cessful, and the following facts will show 
that Chicago is to-day in a position that re- 
flects credit upon its citizens and assures con- 
tinued confidence : 

The bonded debt of the city has been re- 
duced $96,000.00, permanent assets have been 
increased $4,447,364.44; and $290,000.00 of 
7 per cent city bonds have been refunded 
at 834 per cent and sold at such a premium as 
to make their average cost to the city in in- 
terest only 3.2583 per cent per annum, a sav- 
ing in interest of $10,850.93 per year. An 
issue of $100,000.00 of these refunding bonds 
were sold so that they cost the city in interest 
only 3.20 per cent, which is the best price 
ever obtained for bonds of the City of Chi- 
cago. Time warrants in the amount of $2,- 
350,000.00 have been sold bearing 43^ per cent 
interest, a rate 34 per cent below the rate 
paid for similar warrants the year before and 
a total reduction in the interest rate under 
the present administration of 1^ Pe^^ cent. 
Water certificates amounting to $2,200,000.00 
have been issued bearing 4 per cent, which is 
a reduction of 1 per cent in the rate as com- 
pared with that of former issues of the same 
class of securities. 

These facts serve to illustrate the business- 
like methods with which the affairs of the 
city have been managed. A similar business- 
like spirit has governed the management of 
all other departments in the City Hall aside 
from the Comptroller's Office. 

comptroller's office. 
The notic«8able features of the work of the 
Comptroller's Office for the last year are 
these: 

In connection with the Department of Pub- 
lic Works, more than six thousand Special 
Assessment warrants have been thoroughly 
investigated and the payment of rebates upon 
them begun, most of which rebates have been 
heretofore unobtainable by those to whom 
they are due because of lack of information. 
All of the books of account of the several 
departments in the City Hall and all vouch- 
ers and warrants for the payment of money 
have been thoroughly examined by a well- 
known firm of public accountants, which ex- 
amination, extending over four months and 
involving a close scrutiny of the records ©f 
all receipts and expenditures, has shown all 
moneys belonging to the city to have been 
properly paid out or accounted for. 

The vaults in the Comptroller's Office have 
been fitted up with steel filing cases and book 



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[1899 



I racks, and all papers pertaining to the Conap- 
! troller's Office which heretofore, because of 
insuflScient vault room, have been filed away 
in vaults scattered all over the City Hall, have 
i been brought together and filed in consecu- 
tive numerical order, where they can be re- 
ferred to in a few minutes , 

The Police Justices have been allowed fixed 
salaries for their services, and all fees col- 
lected by them have been turned into the City 
Treasury. This change of method of com- 
pensation for the justices has resulted in 
doing away with many abuses which before 
prevailed, and has proved financially profita- 
Me to the city. 

In the Water Office is to be found another 
•striking illustration of the business-like 
methods that have prevailed. This office has 
l)een the most prolific source of scandals of 
all the departments in the City Hall. The 
system in vogue was so loose as to afford am- 
ple opportunity for theft and swindling, and 
evidence has not been lacking to go to show 
that full advantage at times was taken of 
these opportunities. The office, however, is 
now conducted on as strict lines as those that 
prevail in a bank. The water rates have been 
reduced to an appreciable extent, and, not- 
withstanding this, the revenue received has 
increased. This seems strange at a glance; 
it is explained by the fact that the notorious 
■"privilege list" of former days has been 
abolished under this administration, and the 
great institutions have been compelled to pay 
their proper share, thereby lifting the burden 
from those less blessed with the world's 
wealth. 

SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS. 

Under the workings of the Board of Local 
Improvement Act, passed in 1897, the perni- 
cious system of rebates in special assessments 
is fast disappearing. Reports are now made 
to the court in which the assessments are con- 
firmed within twenty days after the contract 
for the work is executed, as is provided by 
law,, and upon this report the assessment is 
reduced by order of court to the actual con- 
tract price, plus the costs of making, levying 
and collecting the assessment. Favoritism 
shown wealthy individuals or corporations to 
the detriment of small property owners is ab- 
solutely discontinued. Exorbitant and un- 
just charges f®r permits, taps, inspection, 
etc., have been entirely eliminated from the 
cost of public improvements paid for by 
special assessments, and a strict adherence to 



these principles has reduced the cost of street 
improvements below what like improvements 
cost in any other city in the United States. 

The books of the Special Assessment De- 
partment have been carefully examined. A 
statement has been made of the condition of 
every assessment levied since 1872, and this 
examination and statement shows nearly 
three-quarters of a million of dollars of re- 
bates due property owners. A list of these 
several warrants in which rebates are due has 
been printed and 25,000 copies have been dis- 
tributed to the public, and the close of the 
year 1899 will find this vast sum of money, 
which for years has been wronarfuUy kept 
from the rightful owners, returned to them. 
Strenuous efforts will continue to be made to 
collect and close up all unsettled assessments 
levied under the old law, and as soon as this 
is accomplished rebates due upon the same 
will be immediately declared and the money 
due property owners from that source re- 
turned to them, 

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICITY. 

During 1898 it was considered best for the 
city's interests to organize a separate depart- 
ment to look after the electrical interests of 
the city. The creating of this department 
has given the most desirable results in reduc- 
ing the general expenses and improving the 
fire alarm telegraph and police telephone 
systems. 

The fire alarm system is in better condition 
than heretofore and the record made during 
the past year proves it to be extremely re- 
liable. Six thousand four hundred and 
twenty-three alarms were received and trans- 
mitted and not an error was made or a signal 
lost. Nearly five million reports were re- 
ceived from policemen and but very few fail- 
ures were reported. This immense number 
of signals and reports from policemen was re- 
ceived by means of the police telephone and 
signal system. 

The greatest work of the department has 
been in the maintenance and extension of the 
electric street lighting system. The average 
expense of maintaining a 2,000 candle power 
electric light all night and every night in the 
year has been reduced to $88.52, as against 
$90.65 in 1897, which was the lowest previous 
cost. 

The system has been extended during the 
past year to a greater extent than in the prev- 
ious ten years, the total number of lights 
added being 1,457. The station's capacity 



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was increased considerably in excess of the 
actual number of lig^hts placed in operation, 
and admits of some additional lights being 
installed at a nominal expense. The average 
cost per arc lamp for installation, including 
everything that could be charged to the ad- 
dition of the arc lamps, only reached the sum 
of $166.85 per lamp. 

Formerly the city paid $187.50 for rented 
lights. On the present basis of operation the 
cost ©f maintaining a light for a period of 
two years, added to the first cost of instal- 
lation, will be less than it would have cost to 
rent a light for a period of two years, and the 
result will be a wonderful saving to the city 
in its street lighting. For every arc lamp 
that is installed enough gas is shut off to 
more than pay for the cost of operating the 
light. 

The City Council has appropriated $150,- 
000.00 for the extension of the electric light 
system in 1899. The plans as now outlined 
will admit of enlarging the present stations 
and installing two new stations at the water 
works pumping stations, as previously re- 
ported to the Council, and adding to the city 
service a total of 1,200 additional lights. 
These have not as yet been definitely located. 

The first three months of 1899 proved con- 
clusively that the cost of operation per light 
for 1899 will not exceed $60.00 per light 
per year, and it may possibly drop as low 
as $55.00. 

The apparatus throughout is in excellent 
condition, practically as good as new, and be- 
yond incidental repairs, which are charged 
to the maintenance of the lights, should give 
excellent and economical service for a period 
of at least fifteen years. 

The city is now operating a total of 2,923 
arc lamps and has the largest municipal elec- 
tric street lighting plant in the world. 

It will be noticed that the station expenses 
were about $62.50; for improvements to the 
system the average cost was $3 per light ; for 
a proportion of the office salaries, which in- 
cludes all expenses in the office, add another 
$3 to the yearly cost, mailing a total of $68,50 
as against $90.65 in 1897 and $103 per light in 
1896. This year, as suggested above, the 
rate will be made still lower. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

The people of Chicago ^ ave reason to con- 
gratulate themselves on the successful man- 
ner in which the Police Department has coped 



with crime, It is acknowledged on all hands 
that Chicago is a singularly good place for 
thugs and thieves to avoid, and this notwith- 
standing the fact that the size of the police 
force is utterly inadequate. 

This city with a population of 1,875,000 has 
a police force numbering 2,675 men with an 
area of 193 square miles to cover. The pro- 
portion of officers to population is 1 to 701. 
Other cities in this country are more com- 
pact. For the purpose of comparison the 
following figures are given : 

Boston, population 500,000, officers, 1,200;; 
proportion officers to population, 1 to 416%. 

Pittsburgh, population 300,000, officers, 
415; proportion of officers to population 1 to 
T20>^. 

San Francisco, population 350,000, officers 
5.58, proportion of officers to population, 1 to 
627K. 

St. Louis, population 700,000, officers 892, 
proportion of officers t® population, 1 to 784)^. 

Philadelphia, population 1,500,000, officers 
2,400, proportion of officers to population, 1 to 
625. 

Old New York, population 1,990,562, officers 
5,002, proportion of officers to population, 1 
to 398. 

EIRE DEPARTMENT. 

The work of the Fire Department has beea. j 
up to its usual splendid standard. The story 
of the department and its doings can her 
briefly told. 

One new engine company, No. 84, was.| 
organized during the year, increasing the-i 
force eight men. 

Contracts were let and were commenced on 
three new engine houses which are now 
nearly completed. 

Three new engines were purchased, one for. 
service in Engine Company No. 84, and thft 
others to replace engines worn out in the 
service. 

The most important addition to the appa- 
ratus of the Department was the new steel 
fire-boat "Illinois," which was built and?, 
placed in service during the year at an ex-- 
pense of $70,000.00. 

The department responded to 6,595 alarms' 
and did duty at 5,048 fires, a decrease of 813; 
alarms and 278 fires over the year 1897. 

The valuation of property involved was 
$91,922,210.00, a decrease of $6,961,060.00 
over the previous year. The total insurancfr^ 



April 10,J 

involved was $56,550,470.00, an Increase of 
$1,316,874.00, and the total loss was $2,651,- 
735.00, an increase of $288,745.00 over the 
year 1897. 

There were eighteen deaths among the 
active force during the year, three of which 
were due to injuries received at fires and two 
to injuries received while responding to 
alarms. 

The buildings and apparatus of the depart- 
ment are in good repair and the condition of 
the department as a whole is quite satis- 
factory. 

DEPARTMENT OF SUPPLIES. 

The administration early determined that 
sound business principles demanded the cen- 
tering of responsibility for city buying in one 
executive- officer, and in pursuance of this 
policy the Department of Supplies was 
created a year ago. The department is or- 
ganized upon a thoromgh business basis, and 
is so conducted as t® insure the purchase of 
all supplies and the letting of small contracts 
in a way to economize in the use of the city's 
funds and secure value received for all sums 
expended. All transactions are based upon 
requisitions approved by the heads of depart- 
ments, as required by ordinance. When 
these requisitions reach the Business Agent 
it becomes his duty to make the best bargains 
possible for the city, and to this end there is 
strict adherence to the requirements of the 
ordinance which governs the department in 
respect to competition. A warehouse is 
maintained by the department in which are 
carried in stock such supplies as are in regu- 
lar and constant use. The purchase of these 
supplies in quantity effects a considerable 
money saving, and efficiency of service is 
promoted by prompt deliveries. 

The report of the Business Agent shows 
that the cost of conducting the Department 
of Supplies in 1898 was $11,066.95. With 
this net outlay the department transacted 
business involving the expenditure of $694,- 
200.71 There were issued during the year 
sixteen thousand three hundred and twenty- 
seven (16,33?) orders, and the average ex- 
penditure involved in these transactions was, 
therefore, $42.52. The creation of this de- 
partment meant departure from long estab- 
lished custom in the matter of city purchases. 
While there are no standards of comparison, 
and no way of expressing in figures the 
amount of money actually saved, it may be 
confidently asserted that funds expended 



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through the Department of Supplies have 
been made to go much further than would 
have been possible under the looser business 
methods which formerly prevailed. 

STREET DEPARTMENT. 

The courts declaring the five-year garbage 
contracts invalid, the Bureau of Street and 
Alley Cleaniiig was abolished and the work 
added to the duties of the Street Department 
in March of last year. 

The work of collecting and removing gar- 
bage during January and February, 1898, was 
performed under contract; since that time 
the service has been done by city men and 
teams. There was removed to the dumps, 
with an average haul of two and one-half 
miles, 201,957 loads of garbage and ashes, 
aggregating 1,010,682 cubic yards at a cost 
per capita of 22 cents, a lower cost than in 
any large city in this country. 

The number of complaints in March, 1898, 
was 808 as against 74 1 st month. 

It is unfortunate that the city has so far 
been unable to put into effect a more satis- 
factory plan for the disposal of garbage. 
The expense of the long haul, as well as all 
sanitary requirements, make the early adop- 
tion of a more modern plan an absolute ne- 
cessity. 

There was a total mileage of streets and 
alleys cleaned of 19,000 miles, at an expense 
of $157,000, and several heavy falls of snow 
removed at a cost of $55,000. 

During the year 450 miles of sidewalk were 
inspected and condemned, and estimates pre- 
pared for the construction o new walks. 
18,639 complaints were registered and notices 
sent to property owners, 85 per cent of which 
have been complied with. 420 ordinances 
have been passed and 253 miles of new side- 
walk built by the city. 

The character of street improvements paid 
for by special assessments has tended tow- 
ard the substantial forms of pavement, such 
as granite block, asphalt and vitrified brick. 
Cedar block and macadam pavements should 
be laid in suburban territories only, while the 
permanent pavements are strongly recom- 
mended for the business and adjacent dis- 
tricts. 

During the year nineteen miles of cedar 
block were laid; nine miles of asphalt; six 
miles of macadam; one mile of granite block 
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thirty-seven miles. Specifications have been 
revised for all pavements, and the length of 
guarantees t6 keep the pavements in good 
condition has been exte' ded from five to ten 
jears. Bonds of reputable security compan- 
ies are now exacted in place of personal 
bonds to protect these guarantees. 

A detailed survey for the opening of Ogden 
avenue, from Union Park to Lincoln Park, 
IS practically completed. The plan shows 
each parcel of land and all buildings affected 
•by the proposed extension, and is a basis for 
an exact estimate of the cost of the improve- 
ment. 

The appropriation of 1150,000.00 for street 
repairs was sufficient only to cover \}4. per 
cent of the cedar block pavement in the city, 
while between 70 per cent and 80 per cent of 
the various kinds of pavement need imme- 
diate repair. 

BUREAU OF SBW^ERS. 

During the past year the 12th street and 
21st street intercepting sewers were com- 
pleted, and since the first day of last July at 
least 40 per cent of the sewage which up to that 
time had polluted the waters of Lake Mich- 
igan, has been diverted, and now finds its 
outlet into the Illinois and Michigan Canal. 

The work on the 39th street conduit is pro- 
gressing with a rapidity which will insure its 
•completion during the coming year. 

Permission has been obtained from the 
United States Government to erect the Thir- 
ty-ninth Street Pumping Station upon sub- 
merged land, just east of the Illinois Central 
Railway right of way at 39th street. 

A bill and memorial has been presented to 
i;he State Legislature, asking for the State's 
permission to do this work. 

A survey and estimate was made which 
demonstrated that the intercepting sewer, 
Irom 35th street to 51st street, could be con- 
structed inside of the Illinois Central Rail- 
way right of way, instead of in Lake avenue, 
at a saving of some 1200,000.00 to the tax- 
payers of our city. The ordinance authoriz- 
ing this change is now before the City 
Council. 

The intercepting sewer north of Lawrence 
avenue to the north city limits is complete 
and ready for connection with the main 
conduit. 

The branch south of Lawrence avenue to 
iSurf street is practically completed. 



Surveys and estimates made for straighten- 
ing the North Branch of the Chicago River, 
from Belmont avenue to Lawrence avenue, 
demonstrate that this river can be straight-r 
ened as per the Council order of 2tlarch 8,' 
1895, and that enough money can be saved in 
the necessary pumping plant at Lawrence 
avenue to do the dredging necessary to 
straighten the river. 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT. 

The Building Department has been most 
successfully managed during the past year. 

CIVIL SERVICE DEPARTMENT. 

The report of the Civil Service Commis- 
sioners will show that a splendid record has 
been made in this department. 

TRACK ELEVATION. 

The people of Chicago need hardly be re- 
minded of the wonderful progress made in 
the work of track elevation during the past 
year. They have object lessons in this regard' 
before their eyes every day, and all who have 
contributed to the good work can feel proud 
of their share in helping to eliminate the 
deadly grade crossings. 

During the year 1898 the most gratifying 
results have been attained in the elevation ©f 
railroad tracks. The difllerent railroad com- 
panies have elevated during this year 16.2 
miles of tracks, and eliminated 96 grade 
crossings, including in this number one of 
the most dangerous and important grade 
crossings, by the elevation and depression of 
the railway tracks in the neighborhood of 
Sixteenth and Clark streets, throwing Clark 
street open to the general traflBc of the city. 
Another great improvement of public im- 
portance was the elevation of the roadbed and 
tracks of the Lake Shore & Michigan South- 
ern, the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific and 
the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Rail- 
way companies in the neighborhood of Sixty- 
third and State streets, and the elevation of 
the entire railroad switching yards at that 
point. 

Another important feature to be taken into 
consideration in the elevation of the roadbed 
and tracks of railway companies is that it 
has given employment to fully 40,000 men 
directly and indirectly during the last year, 
witheut one dollar expense to the city, in 
consequence of the large number of men em- 
ployed in the elevation ©f railway tracks 
there has been less demand on public charit- 



April 10,J 

able institutions, including the County 
Agent's office, than during any former year, 

LAW DEPARTMENT. 

The record naade by the Law Department 
of the city is an excellent one. It appears, 
aecording to the report of the Corporation 
Council, that ^7 per cent of the cases of the 
office have been won, a record never attained 
before. 

In the Supreme Court, of cases presented 
and argued by the Law Department, 70 have 
been won and 17 lost by the city. 

In Courts of Record, other than the Su- 
preme Court, there have been 3,039 cases dis- 
posed of. Of these the city has won 3,979 
and lost 60. Of 2,355 contested and uncon- 
tested special assessment cases, only 29 have 
been lost. • This is a showing to be proud of. 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 

At the end of February last the Health De- 
partment tabulated the results of its daily 
examinations of the public water supply for 
two equal periods — one before, the other 
after, the diversion of the 12th street and the 
23nd street sewers from the lake into the 
south branch of the river. 

These sewers drain the thickly settled area 
north of 35th street to the main river, and, 
until the diversion was made, their foul 
drainage was emptied directly into the lake, 
affecting the sanitary quality of the water of 
the four-mile tunnel, which, from its distance 
from shore, should be the purest. 

These tabulations show that before the di- 
version the four-mile tunnel water was 13 per 
cent, worse than the Lake View supply; 
while since the diversion it has been 66 per 
cent, better than the Lake View, or a total 
improvement of nearly 80 per cent.— the four- 
mile supply now ranking, as it should do, the 
highest in sanitary quality. They show, also, 
an improvement of nearly 50 per cent, in the 
quality of the Chicago avenue tunnel supply, 
which was likewise frequently affected by 
the discharge of these sewers. 

The results upon the public health are seen 
in the following figures : 

Total deaths from the impure water dis- 
eases, January 1 to March 31, 1898, 540; for 
the corresponding period this year, 327— a 
saving of 213 lives in the first three months 
of 1899, as compared with the corresponding 
period before the sewers' diversion. 

At the value of human life fixed by the 



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State Legislature, namely, $5,000, this is a 
first installment of $1,065,000 to be placed to 
the credit of the intercepting sewer system. 

The tabulations and deductions indicate, 
among other things, the unceasing vigilance 
of the Health Department in all matters 
affecting the public health. In many respects 
it now stands among the very foremost of 
similar establishments in the world. It was the 
first to use the glycerinated vaccine, which 
has done more to popularize vaccination than 
anything in this connection since Jenner's 
day. Its work in the treatment of diphtheria, 
by which the mortality of the disease in this 
city has been reduced from 35 to less than 7 
in every hundred cases ; its investigations of 
the germ of influenza, and the resulting im- 
provement in the methods of dealing with 
this disease, and still more recently, its iden- 
tification of the organism of scarlet fever, 
which makes it possible that this scourge of 
the nursery shall be handled as successfully 
as diptheria now is, are attracting the atten- 
tion of sanitarians both in this country and 
abroad. They have been characterized by 
the highest authorities as " remarkable," 
" brilliant," "nothing short of marvelous," 
and the British Medical Journal has editor- 
ially commended to the attention of the 
Local Government Board of London the 
" sanitary machinery of Chicago in dealing 
not only with small-pox, but with diptheria 
and other dangerous infectious diseases." 
Chicago has reason to be proud of her Health 
Department. 

Carter H. Harrison. 

Aid. Jackson moved that the Mayor's 
message be placed on file and that the City 
Clerk be directed t9 have 2,000 pamphlet 
copies of the same printed. 

The motion prevailed. 

The Corporation Counsel submitted a com- 
munication and an ordinance to pr©vide for 
the exigencies arising out of the annexation 
of that part of the incorporated town of 
Cicero lying east of the center line of Austin 
avenue and north of the center line of 12tb 
street, which were 

Referred to the Committee on Judiciary. 

The Comptroller submitted a communi- 
cation and an ordinance for the issuance of 
$618,000 of refunding bonds in place of bonds 
maturing July 1, 1899, which were 

Referred to the Committee on Finance. 



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The Comptroller submitted the following 
communication : 

Depaktment ov Finance, { 
Chicago, lOth April, 1899. J 

To the 3fayor and Aldermen in City Council 

Assembled: 

Gentlemen— In accordance with Chapter 
44 of the Municipal Code, proposals for the 
publication in a newspaper of those matters 
and things required by law or any ordinance 
of the city to be published in a newspaper 
were solicited by the Comptroller, and such 
bids as were received were opened in con- 
formance with Section 1343 of said chapter, 
and the award made to the Chicago Demo- 
crat, it being determined to be the lowest re- 
liable and responsible bidder in conformity 
with Section 1346, and we ask your approval 
of said award for the fiscal year 1899. 

Yours truly, 

E. A. Halsbt, 

Comptroller, 

Carter H. Harrison, 
3fayor. 

John Powers, 
Chairman Finance Committee. 

Aid. Kunz moved that the same he referred 
to the Committee on Finance. 

Aid. Powers moved to suspend the rules so 
as t© concur in the award. 

The motion prerailed by yeas and nays as 
follows: 

Teas— Conghlm, Kenna, Gunther, Pike, 
Ailing, Jackson, Foreman, Blake (5th ward), 
Martin, McCormick, Fick, Brenner, Novak, 
Garry, Hurt, Brennan (10th ward), Zimmer, 
Colson, Duddleston, Neagle, Patterson, May- 
pole, Fowler, Conlon, Powers, Morris, Brown, 
Alwart, Herrmann, Werno, Goldzier, Smith, 
Olson, Peterson, Helm, Griffith, Butler (25th 
ward), Schlake, Keeney, Bigane, Rector, 
Carey, Rnssell, Boyd, Badenoch, Eidmann, 
Mavor, Nelson, Darcy, Watkins, Math, Ben- 
nett.— 52. 

JS'ays—CoRuov, Cullerton, Beilfuss, Bos, 
Raymer, Hallstrom, Kunz, Smulski, Bren- 
nan (18th ward), Blake (26tli ward), Zeman 
—11. 

Aid. rowers moved to concur in the award 
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The motion prevailed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

y^as— Coughlin, Kenna, Gunther, Pike, 
Ailing, Jackson, Foreman, Blake (5th ward), 
Martin, McCormick. Fick, Brenner, Novak, 
Garry, Hurt, Brennan (10th ward), Zimmer, 
Colson, Duddleston, Neagle, Patterson, May- 
pole, Fowler, Conlon, Powers, Morris, Brown, 
Alwart, Herrmann, Werno, Goldzier, Smith, 
Olson, Peterson, Helm, Griffith, Butler (25th 
ward), Schlake, Keeney, Bigane, Rector, 
Carey, Russell, Boyd, Badenoch, Eidmann, 
Mavor, Nelson, Darcy, Watkins, Math, 
Bennett (34th ward)— 52. 

Xays— Connor, Cullerton, Beilfuss, Bos, 
Raymer, Hallstrom, Kunz. Smulski, Bren 
nan (18th ward) , Blake (26th ward) , Zeman 
—11. 

The Board of Local Improvements sub- 
mitted a copy of its proceedings, as follows: 

BOARD OF local IMPROVEMENTS, CHICAGO. 

Adjourned raeetina, March 25th, 1899. 

Present— Messrs. McGann, Davidson, May, 
andDoherty ; also Principal Engineer Streets, 
George K. Wheelock; Mr. Smith, Inspector 
of Sewer Department, and Nash, Bros., Con- 
tractors. 

Absent— Mr. Ericson. ^£ 

The claim of Nash Br®s. for extras on the 
Indiana Street system of sewers, was pre- 
sented. Messrs. Nash Bros, were present 
concerning the same; also Mr. Smith, the in- 
spector on the work. Reports of the City 
Engineer and of Mr. Brown, the Engineer in 
charge of the work, were presented, but as 
neither was present the matter was deferred 
until April 5th. 

PETITIONS. 

Sundry petitions were presented and, on 
motion, referred to the appropriate heads of 
bureaus for report: 

SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS. 

Paving, asphalt, Erie street, from Center 
avenue to viaduct. 

Paving, macadam, 88th street, from Hal- 
sted street to Winchester avenue. 

Opening 53d street, from Robey street to 
Western avenue. 

Sixteen-foot plank sidewalk on both sides 
of Buffalo avenue, from 87th street to 92d 
street. 
. Six-foot cement sidewalk on bath sides of 



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Rhodes avenue, from 66th street to 67th 
.street. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SEWERS. 

Sewer in North 41st avenue, from Milwau- 
kee avenue to first alley north of Belmont 
avenue. 

Sewer in 112th place, from State street to 
!Michig:an avenue. 

A petition for a sewer in 74th street from 
the alley east of Washington avenue to 
Washingt®n avenue, and in Washington 
avenue from 74th street to 74th place, was 
presented and referred to the Engineer for an 
estimate. 

RECOMMENDATIONS AND REPORTS. 

On the recommendation of the City Elec- 
trician, the Secretary was instructed to pre- 
pare an ordinance repealing the ordinance for 
lamp posts in West 42nd place and Stewart 
avenue to Princeton avenue. Warrant 22977. 

On the report of the Chief Sidewalk In- 
spector, and in accordance with the request 
of the Citizen's Improvement Association of 
the 28th Ward, and others, the Engineer was 
instructed to prepare estimates for sidewalks 
on the following streets, viz. : 

Six-foot plank on the west side of 51st ave- 
nue, from Superior street to Ontario street. 

Six-foot plank on the east side of 52d 
street, from Augusta street to Division street. 

Six-foot plank on the east side of La Salle 
street, from 44th street to 45th street. 

Six-foot cement on both sides of Sunnyside 
avenue, from Western avenue to Robey 
street. 

Six-foot cement on both sides of Harrison 
street, from Kedzie avenue to 40th avenue. 

On the recommendation of the Superin- 
tendent of Sewers, the Engineer was in- 
structed to prepare an estimate for a a brick 
sewer in 63d street, from Cottage Grove ave- 
nue to Drexel avenue, owing to the expense 
incurred in cleaning and repairing the pres- 
ent sewer. 

On the recommendation of the Water As- 
sessor, the Secretary was instructed t@ pre- 
pare an ordinance repealing the ordinance 
for water service pipes in 50th street, from 
Lake avenue to the alley east of Drexel bou- 
levard. Docket 16289. 

On the recommendation of the Superin- 
tendent of Streets, the Secretary was in- 
structed to prepare an ordinance for paving 



Chestnut street from State street to Lincoln 
Park boulevard with asphalt. 

CONMUNICATION8. 

A communication from Assistant Corpora- 
tion Counsel Edward J. Hill, in reference to 
the Opening of Princeton avenue from Byron 
street to Goshen street, together with a re- 
solution attached thereto, was received and 
placed on file and the recommendation there- 
in contained ordered concurred in. 

A communication from the Secretary of the 
Board of Improvements of the Town of 
Cicero concerning the paving of 52nd avenue 
with brick instead of macadam, was presented 
and referred to the Superintendent of Streets 
for report ar)d recommendation. 

A communication from the West Chicago 
Park Commissioners concerning the nature of 
the improvement of Colo'-ado avenue, was 
presented and referred to the Superintendent 
of Streets for investigation. 

A communication from H. MacFarlane, 
concerning the state of the retaining walls of 
Harrison street viaduct, was read and re- 
ferred to the Superintendent of Streets for 
attention. 

At the request of Alderman Griffith, the 
assessment for lamp posts on Fargo avenue 
from Forest avenue t® Perry avenue was or- 
dered proceeded with. Ordinance for the 
same was passed October 13th, 1897. Comp- 
troller has agreed to light the lamps. 

On motion, the Secretary was instructed to 
coranmunicate with the Corporation Counsel 
and ask if the City has jurisdiction of Cot- 
tage Grove avenue from 51st street to 61st 
street. 

On motion, the following order was ap- 
proved and the Secretary instructed to submit 
the same t© the City C@uncil for passage : 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City 
of Chicago: 

That all orders staying proceedings in 
Docket 14234 in the County Court, being for 
a sewer in Jeffrey avenue from 73rd street to 
75th street, be and are hereby vacated and set 
aside, and that the Corporation Counsel of 
the City of Chicago is hereby ordered to pro- 
ceed with said cause. 

. There being no other busines, the meeting 
was declared adjourned. 

John A. Mat, 
Secretary. 



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BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS, CHICAGO. 

Special Meeting, March 2Sth, 1899, 
Present— Messrs. McGann, Davidson, Do- 
herty, Ericson and May ; also Principal En- 
gineer of Streets, George K. Wheelock. 
Absent— None. 

PETITIONS. 

Sundry petitions were presented and, on 
motion, referred to the appropriate heads of 
bureaus for report. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS. 

Paving, macadam, Calumet avenue, from 
56th street to 61st street. 

Paving, cedar. Fifth avenue, from 39th 
street to Root street. 

Paving, macadam, 58th street, from Michi- 
gan avenue to South Parli avenue. 

Paving, asphalt, Vincennes avenue, from 
39th street to 43rd street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk, Grenshaw street, 
from Douglas boulevard to Crawford avenue, 

Opening South 41st avenue, from Harrison 
street to Colorado avenue. 

At the request of Aid. Maypole and on the 
recommendation of the Superintendent of 
Streets, the Engineer was instructed to pre- 
pare an estimate for paving the alley between 
Walnut street. Pulton street, Homan avenue 
and Kedzie avenue, the same being ordered 
as a public necessity. 

COUNCIL ORDERS. 

The following orders of Council were pre- 
sented and referred to the Superintendent of 
Streets for report and recommendation: 

Paving, macadam, *North Francisco ave- 
nue from Fullerton avenue t® Humboldt 
boulevard. 

Paving Noble street from North avenue to 
Kinzie street. 

^Accompanied by majority petition. 

An order of Council, accompanied by a 
letter from Dickey and Baker, asking that 
the assessment for sewer in 44th avenue from 
Fullerton avenue to Humboldt avenue, be an- 
nulled and the ordinance repealed, was pre- 
sented and, on motion, the Secretary was in- 
structed to prepare a repealing ordinance for 
the same upon the property owners agreeing 
to pay the costs incurred in making the as- 
sessment. 

RECOMMENDATIONS AND REPORTS. 

On the recommendation of the City Elec- 



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trician, the Council order and petition for 
changing the lamps on Vincennes avenue^ 
from 63d street to South Chicago avenue, 
from the present pattern to boulevard lamps^ 
was ordered placed ®n file, as the assessment 
cannot be changed. 

COMMUNICATIONS. 

A communication from ClifEord N. White^ 
asking that steps be taken to have sewers, 
water mains and sidewalks constructed in. 
the vicinity of 96th street and Vincennes ave- 
nue, was presented and referred to the re- 
spective heads of burea^s for report and rec- 
ommendation. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

The claim of James T. Kelly for the con- 
struction of a sidewalk ®n Wood street, from. 
54th street to 55th street, which was referred 
at the last meeting to the Superintendent of 
Special Assessments for report and recom- 
mendation, was again presented, and, on mo- 
tion, a voucher was ordered drawn, payable 
out of the assessment levied for the construc- 
tion of said sidewalk. 

On motion, George K. Wheelock, Principal 
Engineer Streets ; C. D. Hill, Chief Engineer 
Sewers, and H. C. Alexander, Assistant Citr 
Engineer, were appointed a committee to- 
formulate a plan as to the method of pro- 
cedure in making imprevements relative to 
the underground work being done simul- 
taneously with the surface improvement. 

RESOLUTIONS. 

On motion, the resolutions adopted at thfr 
public hearing of March 22d, were confirmed, 
viz. : 

(a) Resolved, By the Board of Local Im- 
provements of the City of Chicago that the 
following local improvements be made and 
adhered to pursuant to prior resolutions here- 
tofore adopted for the same : 

Paving, brick, North 41st court, from Grace 
street to C. & N. W. R. R. 

Paving, asphalt, Oakwood avenue, from 
Drexel boulevard to Lake avenue. 

Paving, brick, Clark street, from Fullerton 
avenue to Center street. 

Paving, brick, Clark street, from Fullerton 
avenue to Diversey street. 

Paving, asphalt. North 43rd avenue, from 
Montrose avenue to C. & N. W. R. R. 

Paving, asphalt, Huron street, from Pine 
street to St. Clair street. 



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14-foot plank sidewalk, both sides Wallace 
Street, from 31st street to 35th street. 

Opening 93rd street, from Kimbark avenue 
to N. Y. C. & St. L. R. R. 

Paving brick, Halsted street, from Van 
Buren street to South Branch River. 

(b) Hesolved, By the Board of Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that the follow- 
ing local improvements heretofore resolved to 
be made, be and the same are hereby aban- 
doned : 

Paving, asphalt, 37th street, from State 
street to Grand boulevard. 

6-foot cement sidewalk, both sides Center 
avenue, from Garfield boulevard to 58th 
street. 

Paving, asphalt, Erie street, from Pine 
street to 600 feet east of St. Clair street. 

Paving, asphalt, Follansbee street, from 
Humboldt boulevard to Catalpa court. 

Paving, brick, 47th street, from Halsted 
street to State street. 

Paving, asphalt, Goethe street, from Clark 
street to Lake Shore drive. 

Paving, asphalt, Honore street, from Adams 
street to Van Buren street. 

Paving, macadam, Laflin street, from 53d 
street to 55th street. 

Paving, granite, Peoria street, from Mad- 
ison street to Harrison street. 

Paving, asphalt. State street, from 22d 
street to 25th strfeet. 

Paving, brick, Seeley avenue, from Mad- 
ison street to Van Buren street. 

Paving, cedar, 20th street, from Wood 
street to Western avenue. 

Paving, macadam, Wentworth avenue, from 
300 feet north of 66th street to 71st street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Exchange avenue, from 89th street to 92d 
street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
56th street, from Union avenue to Wallace 
street. 

On the recommendation of the Superin- 
tendent of Streets, the following resolution 
was adopted, viz. : 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that the fol- 
lowing local improvements be made and ad- 
hered to, pursuant to prier resolutions here- 
tofore adopted for th-i same: 



Paving, cedar, South 44th avenue, from 
Madison street to Lake street. 

Paving, granite, North Halsted street, from 
North avenue to Division street. 

Paving, asphalt, Huron street, from Center 
avenue to Noble street. 

Paving, macadam, Powell Park, from 
Western avenue to Powell avenue. 

Paving, cedar, alley, between Grand boule- 
vard, Calumet avenue, 47th street and 48th 
street. 

Paving, asphalt. Cedar street, from State 
street to Lake Shore Drive. 

Paving, brick, Irving avenue, from alley 
north of Polk street to Taylor street. 

Paving, brick, Iowa street, from Western 
. avenue to Rockwell street. 

Paving, macadam, Prairie avenue, from 31st 
street to 33rd street. 

■^675 feet east of St. Clair stricken ®ff. 

t Originally 10-foot walk. 

Paving, cedar, first east and west alley 
south of Center street, between Sheffield 
avenue and Osgood street, and the north 
and south alley between SheflSeld av- 
enue and Osgood street, from the south 
line of aforesaid east and west alley t© a 
point 284 feet south of the south line of Cen- 
ter street. 

Paving, granite, first alley west of State 
street from the south line of Randolph street 
to a point 91.50 feet north of the north line of 
Washington street. 

Paving, brick, first alley east of Clinton 
street from the north line of West Lake street 
to the south westerly line of Milwaukee 
avenue. 

Paving, cedar, alleys in the block bounded 
by West Division street, Thomas street. North 
Winchester avenue and North Lincoln street 

Paving, cedar, alley from Augusta street to 
Iowa street, between North Lincoln street 
and Winchester avenue. 

Paving, cedar, alley between Thomas street 
and Augusta street and from North Lincoln 
street to North Winchester avenue. 

Paving, cedar, north and south alley from 
Iowa street to West Chicago avenue, between 
North Lincoln street and North Wi i Chester 
avenue. 

Paving, granite, west half North Canal 
street, from Milwaukee avenue to Fulton 
street. 



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Paving, larick, Jefferson street, from Madi- 
son street to Van Buren street. 

Paving, macadam, Seeley avenue, from 
Clay avenue to Ainslie street. 

Paving, brick, School place, from Jefferson 
street to Desplaines street. 

Paving, macadam, 61st street, from Went- 
worth avenue to Wallace street. 

Paving, cedar, Throop street, from 47tli 
street to 51st street. 

Paving, brick, Wood street, from Wash- 
ington boulevard to alley south of Kinzie 
street. 

Opening Robey street, from Fullerton 
avenue to north branch river. 

Opening Troy street, from 28th street to 
30th street. 

On motion, the meeting was declared ad- 
journed. 

John A. Mat, 
Secretarv. 



BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS, CHICAGO. 

Regular Meeting, March 29th, 1899. 

Present— Messrs. McGann, Doherty, and 
May; also C. D. Hill, Chief Sewer Engi- 
neer, and George K. Wheelock, Principal 
Street Engineer. 

^^l^sent— Messrs. Davidson and Ericson. 

A delegation was present concerning the pav- 
ing of North 41st avenue and Bryon street, 
which matter was deferred from hearina: of 
March 22d until the regular business meeting 
of this date. Owing to the absence of two 
members ®f the Board, and the report of the 
Chief Engineer not having been completed, the 
matter was again deferred until April 5th, at 
the regular meeting. 

A delegation was also present concerning 
the paving of Maple street, from La Salle 
avenue to State street. For the same rea- 
sons as in the case of North 51st avenue, the 
matter was deferred until April 5th. 

The matter of paving Lexington street, 
from Kedzie avenue to Douglas boulevard, 
was presented. A portion of this distance is 
now ready to advertise for proposals, but 
some of the property owners are desirous of 
having this annulled and the longer improve- 
ment started. On the recommendation of 
the Superintendent of Streets, it was moved 
that the Board proceed to let the contract for 
the portion between Central Park and Lawn- 
dale avenues, which motion prevailed. 



A cemmunication from Aid. Maypole, ask- 
ing that steps be taken t® open and widen 
Homan avenue, from Lake street to Ohio 
street, was presented, and referred to the Su- 
perintendent of Streets for report and recom- 
mendation. 

On the recommendation of the Superin- 
tendent of Streets, the Engineer was in- 
structed to prepare an estimate for paving 
the following system of streets, with brick, 
on the ten-year plan, viz. : 

Forty-third street from Ashland avenue t@ 
Robey street. 

Robey street from 43d street to 47th street. 

Lincoln street from 43d street to 47th 
street. 

Honore street from 43d street to 47th street. 

Wood street from 43d street to 47th street. 

Page street from 43d street to 47th street. 

Paulina street from 43d street to 47th 
street. 

Marshfield avenue from 43d street to 47th 
street. 

Forty-fourth street from Ashland avenue to 
Lincoln street. 

Forty-fifth street from Ashland avenue to 
Lincoln street. 

Forty-sixth street frem Ashland avenue to 
Lincoln street. 

On the report of the City Engineer that the 
reason orders were introduced in Council for 
underground work in Diver ey street from 
Clark street to Racine avenue and from Ra- 
cine avenue to Southport avenue, is that the 
Lincoln Park Board contemplate paving Di- 
versey street, the engineer was instructed to 
prepare estimates in accordance with such 
orders. 

'I'he report of the Superintendent of Streets 
on Council orders for sidewalks on sundry 
streets, which were referred to him by the 
Board on March 22d, was received and placed 
on file ; all the sidewalks asked for now being 
proceeded with as rapidly as possible. 

RESOLUTIONS. 

On the recommendation of the Water As- 
sessor and the City Engineer, the following 
resolution was adopted: 

Resolved, That the following local improve- 
ments be made and adhered to, pursuant to 
prior resolutions heretofore adopted by the 
Board of Local Iiuproyements for the same, 
viz. : 



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Water service pipes in Lexing'ton street 
from Central Park avenue to Doug-las boule- 
H yard. 

Water service pipes in Marshfie d avenue 
from 60th street to 61st street. 

Water supply pipes in North 48th avenue 
from Leland avenue to Sunnyside avenue. 

Water supply pipes in Marshfleld avenue 
from 60th street to 61st street, atid in 61st 
street to first alley west of Ashland avenue. 

On the recommendation of the Superin- 
tendent of Streets, the following- resolutions 
were adopted : 

(a) Besolved^ That the following ocal im- 
provements be made and adhered to, pur- 
suant to prior resolutions heretofore adopted 
by the Board of Local Improvements for the 
same, viz. ; 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Ada street, from West 47th street to West 
j 49th street. 

I Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
i Avondale avenue, from Hobart avenue to Ev 
i ergreen avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
South Albany avenue, from C, B. & Q.R. R. 
! to We&t 26th street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 

Albany avenue, from West Lake street to 

West 12th street. 

^ Eight-foot cement sidewalk on both sides 

I -of Ashland avenue, from Hastings street to 

! 18th street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
I Belden avenue, from Bissell street to Ogden 
■avenue. 

f Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Belmont avenue, from Western avenue to the 
North Branch river. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
I Byron street, from North 41st avenue to C, 
f M. & St. P. R. R. 

Twelve-foot cement sidewalk on both sides 
of Center street, from Seminary avenue to 
Racine avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
I Cherry avenue, from Eastman street to North 
Branch street. 

1 Twelve-foot cement sidewalk on both sides 
of Clark street, from Buckingham place to 
Aldine avenue. 

Eight-foot cement sidewalk on west side of 
Clark street, from North avenue to Center 
street. 



Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Clark street, from Byrn Mawr avenue to 
Balmoral avenue. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Colorado avenue, from South 40th avenue to 
South Homan avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
C lorado avenue, from South 40th avenue to 
South 42d avenue. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Cortez street, from North Leavitt street to 
North Robey street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Cornelia street, from North Robey street to 
North Leavitt street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Congress park, from West Van Buren street 
to West Harrison street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on north side of 
Division street, from North 40th avenue to 
north 46th avenue. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Elizabeth street from Garfield boulevard to 
West 63rd street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Elston avenue, from North Kedzie avenue to 
North Belmont avenue. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Hickory avenue, from Blackhawk street to 
Division street. 

Fourteen- foot cement sidewalk on both 
sides of Hoyne avenue, from West 16th 
street to Blue Island avenue. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Ingleside avenue, from 75th street to 76th 
street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Ingleside avenue, from 74th street to 75th 
street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Jackson avenue, from 75th street to 78th 
street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Jackson avenue, from 400 feet north of 73rd 
street to 75th street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk, on both sides of 
Montrose avenue, from North 40th avenue to 
North 47th avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk, on both sides of 
106th street, from Muskegon avenue to Cal- 
houn avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk, on both sides of 
106th place, from Stewart avenue to State 
street. 



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Six-foot plank sidewalk, on both sides of 
106th street, from Stewart avenue to Went- 
worth avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk, on both sides of 
Oakley avenue, from Dunning street to 
Pleasant place. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk, on both sides of 
Seeley avenue, from Roseoe street to School 
street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk, on both sides of 
Torrence avenue, from 104th street to 109th 
street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk, on west side of 
Turner avenue, from C. B. & Q. R. R. to 
West 22nd street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk, on north side of 
26th street, from Sacramento avenue to W est- 
ern avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Wallace street, from West 39th street to 
West 43rd street. 

Fourteen-foot plank sidewalk on both sides 
of Archer avenue, from Ashland avenue to 
Leavitt street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Archer avenne, from Leavitt street to West- 
ern avenue. 

Fourteen-foot plank sidewalk on both sides 
of Belmont avenue, from Leavitt street to 
Western avenue. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on the east side 
of California avenue, from Ogden avenue to 
West 12th street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Carroll avenue, from Sacramento avenue to 
Francisco street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Diversey street, from California avenue to 
North 40th avenne. 

12-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of Di- 
vision street, from North Branch street to 
the Chicago river. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
82nd street, from Halsted street to the C, 
R. I. & P. R. R. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Clark street, from Howard street to Pratt 
avenue. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Erie street, from Western avenue to Robey 
street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
50th street, from Cottage Grove avenue to 
Grand boulevard. 



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Eight- feot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
51st street, from Ashland avenue to Wood 
street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 51st 

street, from Western avenue to Wood street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 

59th street, from Lincoln street to Westera 

avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Foster avenue, from Western avenue to Ro- 
bey street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Hamilton avenue, from Cornelia avenue to 
Roseoe street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Hamlin avenue, from Chicago avenue to Di- 
vision street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Hirsch street, from Harding avenue to North 
Central Park avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Hirsch street, from Kedzie avenue to North 
Central Park avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Humboldt street, from Dunning street to 
Wellington street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on east side of 
Kedzie avenue, from 38th street to Illinois 
and Michigan Canal. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
LeMoyne street, from North 40th avenue 
North Hamlin avenue. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on north side Le- 
Moyne street, fr@m Robey street to Leavitt: 
street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Madison avenue, from 71st street to 73rd: 
street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides o 
Mozart street, from Humboldt boulevard to, 
Avondale avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on east side E,- 
Meridian street, from West 103rd street to. 
West 107th street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides P( 
tomac avenue, from North 40th avenue ta 
North Springfield avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Princeton avenue, from 39th street to Root 
street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Rockwell street, from Division street to 
Augusta street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on west side of 



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Walden Parkway, from West 103rd street to 
WestlOrth street. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
California avenue, from North avenue to 
Milwaukee avenue. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on west side of 
Madison avenue, from 64th street to 66th 
street. 

Six-foot cement sidewalk on south side of 
Graceland avenue, fr©m Clarendon avenue to 
Evanston avenue. 

Fourteen-foot cement sidewalk on west 
side of Madison avenue, from 63rd street to 
64th street. 

I Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Tripp avenue from Armitage avenue to 
Humboldt avenue. 

) Fourteen-foot plank sidewalk on both sides 

I of Archer avenue, from Lowe avenue to 
South Branch River. 

\ Fourteen foot plank sidewalk on west side 
of Emerald avenue, from 33rd street to 34th 
street. 
Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 

j Emerald avenue, from Garfield boulevard to 

, 59tli street. 

II Six-foot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
1' Erie street, from Robey street to Ashland 

avenue. 
Six-foot cement sidewalk on the west side 
I of Evanston avenue, from Devon avenue to 
I Hayes avenue. 

Six-f®ot cement sidewalk on both sides of 
Indiana avenue, from 55th street to 63rd 
I street. 

Six-fo©t plank sidewalk on the north side 
•of 93rd street, from the C. & W. I. R. R. to 
the N. Y., C. & St. L. R. R. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
Archer avenue, from California avenue to 
I Rockwell street. 

(b) Resolved, By the Board of Local Im- 
: proveraents of the City of Chicago, that the 
t following local improvements heretofore re- 
1 solved to be made by said Board, be, and the 

same are hereby, abandoned, viz. : 
I Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
|l ^5th street, from Rockwell street to Wash- 
tenaw avenue. 

Six-foot plank sidewalk on both sides of 
North 48th avenue, from Augusta street to 
Cornelia street. 



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VOUCHERS, PAY-ROLLS, ETC. 

The following vouchers and pay-rolls were 

presented and, on motion, were approved for 

payment, vis. : 

Pay-roll No. 6, Street Department, 
Sidewalk OflSce, March and re- 
serve $1 ,566 . 50 

Pay-rolls Nos. 2 and 3, Street De- 
partment, Engineers and General 
Inspectors, March and reserve... 4,176.57 

Pay-roll No. 4, Sewerage Depart- 
ment, March and reserve 1,515.23 

Pay-roll City Collectsr's Office 1,851.00 

Pay roll, special assessment bureau, 
March salaries 3,753 32 

Pay roll, special assessment bureau, 
reserve 1,927 25 

Ogden avenue survey 949 66 

Two bookkeepers in Comptroller's 
office 450 74 

E. M. Hertges, discharge voucher, 

sewer department 58 50 

John E. Ricketts, assistant attorney 
for Board during January 39 90 

Clerk Superior Court, certified 
copies sundry cases 12 50 

Warrant 21433. James Bairstow & 
Bro. , paving ., 266 62 

Warrant 22417. John M. Healy, 
water main 128 70 

Warrant 23019. M. P. Byrne, drains 9 90 

Warrant 23089. M, P. Byrne, drains 8 06 

Warrant 23004. M. P. Byrne, drains 36 49 

Warrant 22996. M. P. Byrne, drains 19 50 

Warrant 23092. M. P. Byrne, drains 16 50 

Warrant 23091. M. P. Byrne, drains 6 00 

Warrant 23095. J. J. Maheney & 
Co. , drains 15 60 

Warrant 23094. J. J. Mahoney & 
Ce., drains 13 20 

Warrant 23078. John O'Brien, 
drains 30 60 

Warrant 22983. John O'Brien, 
drains 26 39 

Warrant 23185. A. Maloney, sewers 352 70 
The following vouchers were ordered paid 

from second installments without interest: 

Warrant 19776. Standard Paving 
Company, paving $165 82 

Warrant 21779. R. F. Conway Com- 
pany, paving 804 71 

Warrant 19740. Sackley & Peterson, 
paving 438 18 

Warrant 22595. R. F. Conway Com- 
pany, paving 289 11 

Warrant 21190. Wilson & Thatcher 
Construction Company, paving 9 83 



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The following t® be paid from the fourth 
installment: 
Warrant 19987. R. F. Wilson & Co., 

paving $148 06 

The following approved without signature 
of General Inspector. Superintendent of 
streets approves: 

Warrant 19980. Henry Rath, paving. $ 45 20 
Warrant 20319. Henry Rath, paving. 392 69 
Warrant 20406. Henry Rath, paving. 110 92 
Warrant 20830. Henry Rath, paving. 15 71 
Warrant 20739. Henry Rath, paving. 96 88 
Warrant 20804. Henry Rath, paving. 26 79 

ADVERTISING FOR BIDS. 

On motion, the Secretary was instructed to 
advertise for proposals for the following im- 
provements, assessments for which have been 
confirmed: 

Warrant 23753. Drains in South 41st ave- 
nue, from Colorado avenue to West 16th 
street. 

Warrant 23771. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Archer avenue, from Mozart street 
to California avenue. 

Warrant 23764. Plank sidewalk on west 
side of Archer avenue, from Lawndale ave- 
nue to 49th street. 

Warrant 23815. Plank sidewalk on east 
side of Ashland avenue, from 32nd street to 
35th street. 

Warrant 23813. Plank sidewalk on both 
side of Artesian avenue, from 39th to 40th 
street. 

Warrant 23807. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Atlantic street, from 46th street to 
46th place. 

Warrant 23685. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Barber street, from Canal street to 
Stewart avenue. 

Warrant 23692. Plank sidewalk on the 
west side of Chauncey avenue, from 77th 
street to 79th street. 

Warrant 23690. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Commercial avenue, from 89th street 
to 91st street. 

. Warrant 23796. plank sidewalk on both 
sides of 18th street, from Western avenue to 
Rockwell street. 

Warrant 23802. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of 41st avenue, from 12th street to 16th 
street. 

Warrant 23810. Plank sidewalk on both 



sides ©f 43d avenue, from 12th street to 14th 
street. 

Warrant 23809. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of 42d avenue, from 14th street to 16th 
street. 

Warrant 23808. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of 42d court, from 12th street to 14t£L 
street. 

Warrant 23801. Plank sidawalk on both 
sides of 43d court, from 12th street to 14th 
street. 

Warrant 23803, Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of 41st court, from 12th street to 16th. 
street. 

Warrant 23681. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides ®f Green street, from 66th street to 69tk 
street. 

Warrant 23756. Plank sidewalk on bottt 
sides of Green Bay avenue, from 104th street 
to 107th street. 

Warrant 23770. Plank sidewalk on west 
side of Hermitage avenue, from Lincoln av- 
enue to Addison avenue. 

Warrant 23702. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Illinois avenue, from Ontari© av- 
enue to 83rd place. 

Warrant 23814. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Lexington street, from Lawndale 
avenue to Kedzie avenue. 

Warrant 23767. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Montana street, from Western av- 
enue to Station street. 

Warrant 23779. Plank sidewalk on north 
side of McLean avenue, from North 47th av- 
enue to North 48th avenue. 

Warrant 23716. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of 90th street, from Cottage Grove av- 
enue to Vmcennes avenue. 

Warrant 23691. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of 109th street, from Michigan avenue to 
Indiana avenue. 

Warrant 23706. Plank sidewalk ®n both 
sides of Rockwell street, .from Huron street 
to Augusta street. 

Warrant 23762. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of 61st street, from State street to South 
Park avenue. 

Warrant 23687. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Schubert avenue, from Ballou street 
to Kimbell avenue. 

Warrant 23806. Plank sidewalk on east 
side of Springfield avenue, from Wabansia 
avenue to North avenue. 



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Warrant 23769. Plank sidewalk on both 
j sides of 76th place, from Washington avenue 
to Stony Island avenue. 

Warrant 23688. Plank sidewalk on both 
ll sides of 20th place, from Center avenue to 
' May street. 

Warrant 23701. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of 38th place, from Ashland avenue to 
Paulina street. 

Warrant 23697. Plank sidewalk on south 
side of 32nd street, from Halsted street to 
Morgan street. 

Warrant 23696. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of 37th place, from Butler street to P. 
Ft. W. & C. R. R. 

Warrant 23695. Plank sidewalk on both 
\ sides of 35th street, from Halsted street to 
1 Morgan street. 

Warrant 23694. Plank sidewalk on the 
west side of Wallace street, from 91st street 
to 95th street. 

Warrant 23686. Plank sidewalk on the 

west side of Washtenaw avenue, from Elston 

I avenue to Belmont avenue. 

|! Warrant 23693. Plank sidewalk on both 

sides of Center avenue, from 69th street to 

73rd street. 

Warrant 23683. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Carpenter street, from 63rd street to 
69th street. 

Warrant 23827. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Fisk street, from 16th street to 22nd 
street . 

Warrant 23682. Plank sidewalk on the 
east side of North 44th avenue, from North 
avenue to Costello avenue. 

Warrant 23772. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Morgan street, from 48th street to 
51st street. 

Warrant 23703. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Poplar street, from Archer avenue 
to 29th street. 

Warrant 23813. Plank sidewalk on both 
sides of Waveland avenue, fr®ra Southport 
avenue to Racine avenue. 

OPENING OF BIDS. 

Bids were opened for sewers and water 
service pipes as follows : 

WATER SERVICE PIPES. 

Warrant 23751. In South 41st avenue, 
from Colorado avenue to West 16th street. 



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Andrew R. Henry. $0.29>^ 

James H. Roche 39 

Peter Becker 31^ 

Daniel Hardin 31 

Warrant 23724. In Monroe avenue, from 
68th street to 70tti street. 

Andrew R. Henry 10 34)^ 

James H. Roche 48 

Peter Becker 39 

Daniel Hardin 38 9-10 

Warrant 23719. In 119th street, from 
Michigan avenue to Wentworth avenue. 

Andrew R. Henry .$ 33 

James H. Roche 42 

Peter Becker 32% 

Daniel Hardin 333^ 

Warrant 23789. In 113th street, from 
Michigan avenue to Perry avenue. 

Andrew R. Henry 34 

James H. Roche 40 

Peter Becker 33%" 

Daniel Hardin 34i^ 

DEPOSITS. 

Andrew R. Henry $175 00 

James H. Roche 212 00 

Peter Becker 225 00 

Daniel Hardin 300 00 

SEWERS — CASH AND BOND. 

Warrant 23830. Connected system of sew- 
ers in West 18th street from South 40th ave- 
nue to South Springfield avenue; in South 
Harding avenue from West 18th street to 
West 19th street, and in South Springfield 
avenue from the first alley south of West 16th 
street to West 19th street. 

Nash&Dowdle $149 $110 $L 25 

Nash Bros 1 19 90 1 00 

Andrew Moloney 1 60 1 00 1 17 

Thomas Burke 123 90 91 

J. H. McCarthy 109 89 93 

J.H.Roche 149 110 125 

James Healy 143 105 112 

P. J. McNulty 1 28 97 1 OS 

Warrant 23820. Vitrified tile pipe sewer 
in West Pensacola avenue from North Camp- 
bell avenue to a point 565 feet west of North 
Campbell avenue. 

Nash &Dowdle $1 00 

Nash Bros 90 

Andrew Moloney 81 

Thomas Burke 95 

J. H. McCarthy 74 

James Healy 85 

P.J. McNulty 79 



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Warrant 23755. Brick and vitrified tile pipe 
sewer in West 106tli place, from Wentworth 
avenue to a point 1217 feet west of the west 
line of Wentworth avenue. 

Nash & Dowdle $2 45 |2 45 

Nash Bros 1 65 1 85 

Andrew Maloney 1 90 1 96 

Thomas Burke 1 75 1 29 

J. H. McCarthy 1 70 2 10 

James Healy 1 90 1 90 

P. J. McNulty 1 60 1 93 

Byrne & Shortall 2 07 1 89 

Warrant 23788. Vitrified tile pipe sewer in 
West 102nd street, from Longwood avenue to 
Tremont street. 

Nash & Dowdle I 1 65 

Nash Bros 1 40 

Andrew Moloney 1 62 

Thomas Burke 1 17 

J. H. McCarthy 1 12 

James Healy 1 55 

P. J. McNulty 1 19 

Byrne & Shortall 1 85 

DEPOSITS. 

Nash & Dowdle $840 00 

Nash Bros 700 00 

Andrew Maloney 775 00 

Thomas Burke 525 00 

J. H. McCarthy 700 00 

J. H.Roche 833 00 

James Healy 850 00 

P. J. McNulty 800 00 

Byrne & Shortall 405 00 

SEWERS — CASH. 

Warrant 23824. Brick sewer in North 41st 
avenue, from West Montrose avenue to Choc- 
taw avenue, and thence in Choctaw avenue to 
41st court, and a vitrified tile pipe sewer in 
North 41st court, from Choctaw avenue to a 
point 140 feet north of Miller avenne. 

Nash & Dowdle $2 45 

Nash Bros 1 80 

Andrew Moloney 1 73 

Thomas Burke 1 25 

J. H. McCarthy 1 63 

James H. Roche 1 85 

Wm. F. Healey 2 25 

Henry N. Nelson 1 96 

Warrant 23828. Vitrified tile pipe sewer in 
West Ontario street, from North 48th avenue 
to a point 1282 feet east of North 48th avenue. 

Nash & Dowdle II 85 |1 25 

Andrew Moloney 1 66 1 15 

Thomas Burke 1 09 99 



52 45 


$1 20 


1 65 


1 00 


1 73 


1 15 


1 21 


95 


1 61 


88 


1 85 


1 15 


2 00 


1 08 


1 96 


1 06 



J. H. McCarthy 1 43 93 

Wm. F. Healy 2 25 2 10 

Henry N. Nelson 1 39 1 29 

Warrant 23821. Brick and vitrified tile 

pipe sewer in Sheridan road, from Bryan 

avenue to Rogers avenue. 

Nash & 
Dowdle. .$2 65 $2 45 $1 29 U 10 $1 29 $1 10 

Nash Bros.. 2 20 215 105 90 1 05 90 

J. H. Mc- 
Carthy. . . 2 50 2 50 1 00 1 00 1 00 1 00 

W.F. Healy2 25 2 10 108 100 108 100 

By r n e & 
Shortall.. 2 76 2 64 160 148 160 148 

Warrant 23825. Vitrified tile pipe sewer in 
Southport avenue, from Albion avenue (west 
of Southport avenue) to Hayes avenue (east 
of Southport avenue) . 

Nash & Dowdle $ 2 50 

J. H. McCarthy 2 59 

Wm. F. Healy 4 50 

DEPOSITS. 

Nash & Dowdle I860 00 

Nash Bros 650 00 

Audrew Moloney 400 00 

Thomas Burke 325 00 

J. H. McCarthy 800 00 

James H. Roche 223 00 

Wm. F. Healy 625 00 

Henry N. Nelson 400 25 

Byrne & Shortall 475 00 

On motion, the bids were referred to the 
Superintendent of Sewers and the Water As- 
sessor for tabulation and report. 

On motion of the Secretary, resolutions 
were adopted as follows for improvements, 
estimates for the same having been furnished 
by the Engineer, the time and plaee for the 
pub ic hearing being fixed for Wednesday, 
April 12, 1899, at 3 o'clock p. ra. in room 410 
City Hall, viz. : 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City ®f Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of the alley, from West l8th street 
to West 19th street, and between south Cen- 
ter avenue and Allport street, be curbed with 
wooden curbing, filled and paved with cedar 
blocks on a two-inch hemlock plank founda- 
tion ; the estimate of the cost of such 
improvement, made by the Engineer, being 
11,418.25. And that Wednesday, the 12tli 
day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in 



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Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for the time 
and place for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of the alleys in the block bounded 
by 26th street, 29th street, Indian avenue and 
Prairie avenue, be curbed with wooden 
curbing, graded and paved with vit- 
rified brick on a six-inch Portland cement 
concrete foundation ; the estimate of the 
cost of such improvement, made by the En- 
gineer, being $6,463.88. And that Wednes- 
day, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock 
P. M., in Room 410 City Hall, be fixed for 
the time and place for the public considera- 
ion thereof. 

Besolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of the alley from West 16th street 
to West 18th street, between South Center 
avenue and Allport street, be curbed with 
wooden curbing, filled and paved with cedar 
blocks on tw©-inch hemlock plank founda- 
tion ; the estimate of the cost of such improve- 
ment, made by the Engineer, being $1,335.88. 
And that Wednesday, the 12fhday of April, 
1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City 
Hall, be fixed for the time and place for the 
public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of the alley, from 14th street to 16th 
street and between Indiana avenue and Michi- 
gan avenue, be curbed with wooaen curbing, 
graded and paved with vitrified brick on a six- 
inch natural cement concrete foundation ; the 
estimate of the cost of such improvement, 
made by the Engineer, being $5,575.61. And 
that Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1899, 
at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be 
fixed for the time and place for the public 
consideratien thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board @f Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of the alley from West 19th street 
to West 21st street, between Center avenue 
and Allport street, be curbed with wooden 
curbing, filled and paved with cedar blocks 



laid on a two-inch hemlock plank founda- 
tion, the estimate of the cost of such im- 
provement, made by the Engineer, being 
$1,334.85. And that Wednesday, the 12th 
day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in 
Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for the time 
and place for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of South Ashland avenue, from the 
south line of West 63rd street to the north 
line of the street railway right of way on 
West 69th street, be curbed with sandstone 
curbstones, graded and paved with cedar 
blocks on a two-inch hemlock plank founda- 
ti n, the etimate of the cost of such improve" 
ment, made by the Engineer, being $19,- 
500.00. And that Wednesday, the 12th day of 
April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, 
City Hall, be fixed for the time and place for 
the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments @f the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as foll@ws, viz. : That the 
roadway of Bowen avenue, from the east 
line of Ellis avenue to the west line of Lake 
avenue, be curbed with a granite concrete 
combined curb and gutter, graded and paved 
with sheet asphalt on the present roadbed of 
macadam, the estimate of the cest of such 
improvement, made by the Engineer, being 
$3,500.00. And that Wednesday, the 12th 
day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in 
Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for the tirae 
and place for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of Calumet avenue, from the north 
line of 69th street to the south line of the 
right of way of the P. Ft. W. & C. R. R. be 
curbed with granite, concrete combined curb 
and gutter, graded and paved with asp alt 
laid on a six-inch natural cement concrete 
foundation ; the estimate of the cost of such 
improvement, made by the Engineer, being 
$10,308.50. And that Wednesday, the 12th 
day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 
410, City Hall, be fixed for the time and place 
for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 



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Hients of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be madeia the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of Congress street, from the east line 
of State street to the west line of Wabash 
avenue, have the curb walls plastered and be 
graded and paved with granite blocks on a 
six-inch natural cement concrete foundation; 
the estimate of the cost of such improve- 
ment, made by the Engineer, being $5,150.69. 
And that Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 
1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City 
Hall, be fixed for the time and place for the 
public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of Elm street, from the east line of 
Wells street to the west line of North State 
street, have the curb walls plastered, the 
curb stones reset and be graded and paved 
with cedar blocks on a two-inch hem- 
lock plank foundation; the estimate 
of the cost of such improvement, made by 
the Engineer, being $5,780.32. And that 
Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 
o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be 
fixed for the time and place for the public 
consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of North Kedzie avenue, from the 
south curb line of West North avenue to the 
north curb line of Augusta street, be curbed 
with a granite concrete combined curb and 
gutter, graded and paved with asphalt on a 
six-inch natural cement concrete foundation; 
the estimate of the cost of such improvement, 
made by the Engineer, being $44,500.00. And 
that Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1899, 
at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be 
fixed for the time and place for the public 
consideration thereof. 

.Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz.: That the 
roadway of Kendall street, from the south 
curb line of West Polk street to the north 
line of the street railroad right of way on 
West Taylor street, be curbed with limestone 
curbstones, graded and paved with vitrified 
brick on a six-inch Portland cement concrete 



foundation; the estimate of the cost 
such improvement, made by the Engineer, 
being $10,000.00. And that Wednesday, the 
12th day of March, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., 
in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for the time 
and place for the public consideration 
thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the- 
roadway of Maxwell street, from the west 
curb line of Johnson street to the east curb 
line of Blue Island avenue, have the curb 
walls plastered, be curbed with limestone 
curbstones and graded and paved with vitri- 
fied brick on a six-inch Portland cement 
concrete foundation; the estimate of the cost 
of such improvement, made by the Engineer, 
being $18,500.00. And that Wednesday, the 
12th day of April 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in 
Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for the time 
and place for the public consideration thereof,. 

Resolved, By the Board ®f Local Improve- 
ments of -the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the. 
roadway of West Monroe street, from the 
west line of South Ashland avenue to the 
east line of South Oakley avenue, be curbed 
with granite concrete combined curb and 
gutter, graded and paved with asphalt, on a 
six-inch Portland cement concrete founda- 
tion; the estimate of the cost of such im- 
provement, made by the Engineer, being- 
$48,0110.00. And that Wednesday, the 12th 
day ot April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., ia 
Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for the time^ 
and place for the public consideration 
thereof. 

Besolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of Rundell place, from the west 
curb line of South Morgan street to the east 
curb line of Aberdeen street, be curbed >vitti 
wooden curbing, graded and paved with vit- 
rified brick, on a six-inch Portland cement 
concrete foundation ; the estimate of the cost 
of such improvement, made by the Engineer, 
being $3,223.25. And that Wednesday, the 
12th day of April,1899, at 3 ©'clock P. M., 
in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for the time 
and place for the public consideration 
thereof. 



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Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicag^o, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of Rundell place, from the west 
curb line of A^ierdeen street to the east curb 
line of South Center avenue, be curbed with 
a wooden curb, graded and paved with vitri- 
fied brick on a six-inch Portland cement 
concrete foundation; the estimate of the 
cost of such improvement, made by the En- 
gineer, being $3,804.17. And that Wednes- 
day, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock 
P. M. in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for the 
time and place for the public consideration 
thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of 75th street, from the east line of 
Cottage Grove avenue to a line 75 feet east of 
the west line of Stony Island avenue, be 
curbed with sandstone curbstones, graded 
and paved with eight inches of slag and 
four inches bank gravel top dressing; the 
estimate of the cost of such improvement, 
made by the Engineer, being $21,000.00. 
And that Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 
1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City 
Hall, be fixed for the time and place for the 
public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadways of a system of streets, as follows: 
69th street, from the east line of Madison 
avenue to a point 417 feet east of the east 
line of Jefferson avenue; 69th place, from 
the east line of Madison avenue to a point 
417 feet east of the east line of Jefferson 
avenue; Adams avenue, from south line of 
69th street to north line of 71st street; Jef- 
ferson avenue, from south line of 69th street 
to north line of 71st street, be curbed with a 
granite concrete combined curb and gutter, 
graded and paved with asphalt on a six-inch 
natural cement concrete foundation ; the esti- 
mate of the cost ®f such improvement, made 
by the Engineer, being $46,000.00. And that 
Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 
o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed 
for the time and place for the public con- 
sideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 



ment?! of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of West 20th street, from the west 
curb line of Johnson street to the east line of 
the street railroad right of way on South 
Center avenue, have the curb walls plastered, 
be curbed with limestone curbstones, graded 
and paved with vitrified brick on a six-inch 
Portland cement concrete foundation ; the 
estimate of the cost of such improvement, 
made by the Engineer, being $23,000.00. And 
that Wednesday, the 12th day of April. 1899, 
at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be 
fixed for the time and place for the public 
consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of < hicago. 
State 0f Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of 21st street, from the east curb 
line of South Clark street to the west curb 
line of State street, be curbed with a granite 
concrete combined curb and gutter, 
graded and paved with asphalt on 
a six-inch Portland cement concrete 
foundation ; the estimate of the cost 
of such improvement, made by the Engi- 
neer, being $8,518.99. And that Wednesday, 
the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. 
M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for the 
time and place for the public consideration 
thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a lecal im- 
proveraant be madein the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz: That the 
roadway of 23rd street, from the west line of 
the right of way of the Illinois Central R. R. 
to the east line of Wabash avenue, be curbed 
with a granite concrete combined curb and 
gutter, graded and paved with asphalt 
on a six-incti natural cement concrete 
foundation ; the estimate of the cost of 
such improvement, made by the Engineer, 
being $26,000.00. And that Wednesday, the 
12th day of April, 1899, at 8 o'clock p. m., in 
room 410 City Hall, be fixed for the time and 
place for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of Vinceunes avenue, fi-ora the south 
line of 63rd street to the north line of South 
Chicago avenue, be curbed with sandstone 



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curbstones, graded and paved with gran- 
ite top macadam; the estimate of the 
cost of such improvement, made by the 
Engineer, being $18,308.02. And that Wednes- 
day, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock 
P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for 
the time and place for the public considera- 
tion thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City ®f Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of South Winchester avenue, from 
the south line of West Madison street to the 
north line of West Harrison street, have the 
curb walls plastered, be curbed with lime- 
stone curbstones, graded and paved with vit- 
rified brick on a six-inch Portland cement 
concrete foundation; the estimate o'' tbe 
cost ©f such improvement, niade by the. En- 
gineer, being $26,500.00. And that Wednes- 
day, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. 
M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed f»r tbe 
time and place for the public consideration 
thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz: That the 
roadway of Wrightwood avenue, from the 
west curb line of North Clark street to the 
east curb line of Lincoln avenue, be curbed 
with limestone curbstones, graded and paved 
with cedar blocks, upon a two-inch hemlock 
plank foundation; the estimate of the cost 
of such improvement, made by the Engineer, 
being $15,500.00. And that Wednesday, the 
12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in 
Room 410 City Hall, be fixed for the time and 
place for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That a 
vitrified tile pipe sewer be constructed in 
Avondale avenue, from West Montrose ave- 
nue to a point 620 feet southeasterly of West 
Montrose avenue; the estimate of the cost 
of such improvement, made by the Engineer, 
being $724.77. And that Wednesday, the 
12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P: M., 
in Room 410 City Hall, be fixed for the time 
and place for the public consideration 
thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 



improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz.: That a 
vitrified tile pipe sewer be constructed in 
Elizabeth street, from West 67th street to 
West 68th street; the estimate of the 
cost of such i mprovement, made by the En- 
gineer, being $928.86. And that Wednesday, 
the 12th day ®f April, 1899, at 3 o'clock 
P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for 
the time and place for the public consider- 
ation thereef. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz.: That a 
vitrified tile pipe sewer be constructed in 
West 111th place, from Michigan avenue to 
State street; the estimate of the cost of such 
improvement, made by the Engineer, being 
$606.32. And that Wednesday, the 12th day 
of March, 1899, at 3 o'cleck P. M., in Room 
410, City Hall, be fixed for the time and 
place for the public consideration thereof. ^ 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City ©f Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz.: 'ihat the 
roadways of a system of streets as follows, 
to-wit: Kensington avenue, from the east 
line of Michigan avenue to the east line of 
Front street, and Front street from the south 
line of Kensington avenue to the north curb 
line of 116th street, be curbed with sandstone 
curbstones and wooden curbing, filled and 
paved with vitrified brick on a six-inch nat- 
ural cement concrete foundation; the esti- 
mate of the C0st of such improvement, made 
by the Engineer, being $24,119.77. And that 
Wednesday, the 12th day of March, 1899, at 3 
o'clock P. M., in Room 410 City Hall, be fixed 
for the time and place for the public consid- 
eration thereof. 

Beaolved, By the Board of Local improve- 
ment of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadways of a system of streets, to-wit: 
West 47th place, from the east line of South 
Halsted street to the west line of Wallace 
street ; West 48th street, from the east line of 
South Halsted street to the west line of Wal- 
lace street ; West 48th place, from the east 
line of South Halsted street to the west line 
of Wallace street (excepting intersections of 
Union street) ; Wallace street, from the 
south line of West 47th street to the south 
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limestone curbstones, filled and paved with 
cedar blocks on a two-inch hemlock plank 
foundation, the estimate of the cost of such 
improvement, made by the Engineer, being 
$28,000.00. And that Wednesday, the 12th 
day of April, 1899. at 3 o'clock P. P., in 
Room 410 City Hall, be fixed for the time 
and place for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved. By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That a 
vitrified tile pipe sewer be constructed in 
Throop street, from "West 67th street t® West 
68th street; the estimate of the cost of such 
Improvement, made by the Engineer, being 
$758.96. And that Wednesday, the 12th day 
of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 
410, City Hall, be fixed for the time and place 
for the public consideration thereof. 

Hesolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments @f the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That a 
six-foot cement sidewalk be constructed on 
both sides of South 45th avenue, from West 
Madison street to West Lake street; the 
estimate of the cost of such improvement, 
made by the Engineer, being $2,886.59. And 
that Wednesday, the 12th day ©f April, 
1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City 
Hall, be fixed for the time and place for the 
public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That a six- 
foot cement sidewalk be constructed on both 
sides of Colorado avenue, from South Cali- 
fornia avenue to South Homan avenue ; the 
estimate of the cost of such improvement, 
made by the Engineer, being $5,552.70. And 
that Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1899, 
at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, 
be fixed for the time and place for the public 
consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That a 
connected system of sewers, as follows, to- 
wit: Monticello avenue, from West Irving 
Park boulevard to a point 245 feet south of 
West Irving Park boulevard; first alley 
south of West Irving Park boulevard, from 
Monticello avenue to the first alley west of 



Monticello avenue; first alley west of Monti- 
cello avenue, from the first alley south of 
West Irving Park boulevard to Grace street; 
first alley southwesterly of Elston avenue, 
from Monticello avenue to the first alley east 
of Monticello avenue; first alley east of 
Monticello avenue, from the first alley south- 
westerly of Elston avenue to West Grace 
street; West Byron street, from the first 
alley west of Monticello avenue to Monticello 
avenue, and along a line 297.36 feet south of 
and parallel with the south line of West Byron 
street, from the first alley west of Monticello 
avenue to Monticello avenue; the estimate 
of the cost of such improvement, made by the 
Engineer, being $2,500.00. And that Wednes- 
day, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'cleck 
P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for 
the time and place for the public considera- 
tion thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago^ 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That a 
connected system of sewers, as follows, to- 
wit: North Ridgeway avenue from West 
Irving Park boulevard to a point 266 feet 
south of West Irving Park boulevard; first 
alley south of West Irving Park boulevard 
from first alley east of North Ridgeway ave- 
nue to first alley west of North Ridgeway 
avenue; first alley east of North Ridgeway 
avenue and in the first alley west of North 
Ridgeway avenue from the first alley south 
of West Irving Park boulevard to West 
Grace street; West Byron street from the 
first alley west of North Ridgeway avenue to 
North Ridgeway avenue, and from the first 
alley east of North Ridgeway avenue to North 
Lawndale avenue ; also along a line 289.5 feet 
south of and parallel with the south line of 
West Irving Park boulevard from the first 
alley east of North Ridgeway avenue to North 
Lawndale avenue, and along a line 297.28 feet 
south of and parallel with the south line of 
West Byron street from the first alley west 
of North Ridgeway avenue to North Ridge- 
way avenue, and from the first alley east of 
North Ridgeway avenue to North Lawn- 
dale avenue; the estimate of the cost of 
such improvement, made by the Engi- 
neer, being $3,000.00. And that Wednes. 
day, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock 
P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for 
the time and place for the public considera- 
tion thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 



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ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
north 169.75 feet of the alley in the east % 
Block 88, between 28th street and 29th street 
and TV abash avenue and Michigan avenue, be 
curbed with wooden curbing, graded and. 
paved with vitrified brick on a six-inch nat- 
ural cement concrete foundation ; the esti- 
mate of the cost of such improvement, made 
by the Engineer, being 1658.98. And that 
"Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 
3 o'clock P. M., in room 410, City Hall, be 
fixed for the tjrae and place for the public 
consideration thereof. 

Besolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of North Sheldon street, from the 
north curb line of West Lake street to the 
south curb line of Carroll avenue (except 
street railroad right of way on Fulton street) 
be curbed with a granite concrete combined 
curb and gutter, graded and paved with as- 
phalt laid on a six-Inch natural cement con- 
crete foundation; the estimate of the cost of 
such improvement, made by the Engineer, 
being $7,500. And that Wednesday, the 12th 
day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in 
room 410 City Hall, be fixed for the time and 
place for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ment of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. • That the 
roadway of Illinois street, from the east line 
of Rush street to a line 500 feet east of the 
east line of St. Clair street, have the curb 
walls plastered, the curb stones reset and 
be graded and paved with granite blocks laid 
on an 8-inch natural cement concrete 
foundation; the estimate of the cost of 
such improvement, made by the Engineer, 
being $18,000.00, And that Wednesday, the 
12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., 
in Room 410 City Hall, be fixed for the time 
and place for the public consideration 
thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, tliat a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadways of a system of streets, as follows, 
to-wit: Rhodes avenue, from the south line 
of 70th street to the south line of 73rd street ; 



Vincennes avenue, from the south line of 
Anthony avenue, to the north line of 71st 
street; 70th street, from the east line of 
South ParR avenue to the west line of St. 
Lawrence avenue, be curbed with sandstone 
curbstones and be graded and paved with 
asphalt on a six-inch natural cement concrete 
foundation ; the estimate of the cost of such 
improvement, made by the Engineer, being 
$38,000. And that Wednesday, the 12th day 
of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 
410 City Hall, be fixed for the time and 
place for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a l®cal im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz: That the 
roadway of Church place, from the west curb 
line of Aberdeen street to the east curb line 
of South Centre avenue, be curbed with a 
wooden curbing, graded and paved with vitri- 
fied brick on a six-inch Portland cement con- 
crete foundation ; the estimate of the cost of 
such improvement, made by the Engineer, 
being $3,000.00. And that Wednesday, the 
12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., 
in RooiB 410, City Hall, be fixed for the time 
and place for the public consideration thereof. 
Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of West 17th street, from the west 
curb line of South Rockwell street to the 
east curb line of South Washtenaw avenue, 
be curbed with a granite concrete combined 
curb and gutter, filled and paved with asphalt 
laid on a six-inch Portland cement concrete 
foundation ; the estimate of the cost of such 
improvement, made by the Engineer, being 
$6,292.26, and that Wednesday, the 12th day 
of April 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 
410, City Hall, be fixed for the time and 
place for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadAvay of North Sacramento avenue, from 
the south curb line of West Pullerton avenue 
to the north line of Palmer square (except 
the roadways of Edge wood avenue and John- 
ston avenue), be curbed with sandstone curb- 
stones, graded and macadamized with 12 
inches of macadam and three inches granite 
top dressing; the estimate of the cost 
of such improvement, made by the Engi- 



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neer, being: 17,154.15. And that Wednesday, 
the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. 
M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for the 
time and place for the public consideration 
thereof. 

Betiolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz.: That the 
roadway of Gladys avenue, from the west line 
-of South Western avenue to the east line of 
Stanley terrace, be curbed with a granite 
concrete combined curb and gutter, filled and 
paved with asphalt laid on a six-inch Port- 
land cement concrete foundation ; the esti- 
mate of the cost of such improvement, made 
by the Engineer, being $2,702.02. And that 
Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 
o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be 
fixed for the time and place for the public 
consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of North Ashland avenue, from the 
south line of Touhy avenue to the north line 
of Pratt avenue, be curbed with sandstone 
curbstones, graded and macadamized with 
slag and gravel top dressing; the estimate of 
the cost of such improvement, made by the 
Engineer, being$ll,000.00. And that Wednes- 
day, the 12th day April, 1899, at 8 o'clock 
P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for 
the time and place for the public considera- 
tion thereof. 

Resolved^ By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of Honore street, from the south 
line of West Madison street to the south curb 
line of West Adams street, be curbed with a 
granite concrete combined curb and gutter, 
graded and paved with asphalt ; the estimate 
of the cost of such improvement, made 
by the Engineer, being $10,131.76. And 
that Wednesday, the 12th day of March, 1899, 
at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, 
be fixed for the time and place for the pub- 
lic consideration thereof. 

Besolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
naents of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of 29th street, from the west line of 



State street to the east line of Wentworth 
avenue, be curbed with limestone curbstones, 
graded and paved with vitrified brick on a 
six-inch natural cement concrete foundation ; 
the estimate of the cost of such improvement, 
made by the Engineer, being $12,fi98.80. And 
that Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1899, 
at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be 
fixed for the time and place for the public 
consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicag®, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz.: That the 
roadway of Archer avenue, from the west 
line of State street to the east line of 
South Ashland avenue, have the curb walls 
plastered and repaired, the curbstones reset 
and renewed, and be graded and paved with 
vitrified brick on a six-inch natural cement 
concrete foundation ; the estimate of the cost 
of such improvement, made by the Engineer, 
being $112,500.00. And that Wednesday, the 
12th day of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P.M., in 
Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for the time and 
place for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of Grand avenue, from the east line 
of North Desplaines street to the east curb 
line of Noble street (except intersections of 
North Union street and Milwaukee avenue 
and the street railway right of way 
on North Center avenue) have the 
curbed walls plastered, be curbed with lime- 
stone carbstones, graded and paved with 
cedar blocks on two-inch hemlock planks, the 
estimate of the cost of such improvement, 
made by the Engineer, being $23,000.00. And 
that Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1899, 
at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, 
be fixed for the time and place for the pub- 
lic c@nsideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway ot West Harrison street, from the 
west line of the street railway right of way 
on South Halsted street to the east line of 
the street railway right of way on South 
Center avenue, have the curb walls plastered, 
be curbed with limestone curbstones, graded 
and paved with vitrified brick on a six-inch 



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natural cement concrete foundation, the esti- 
mate of the cost of such improvement, made 
by the Engineer, being 120,000.00. And that 
Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 
o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed 
for the time and place for the public consider- 
ation thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
mprovement be made in tlieCity of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of 48th street, from a point eight 
feet west of the east line of Indiana avenue 
to the west line of Grand boulevard, be 
curbed with a granite concrete combined curb 
and gutter, graded and macadamized with 
twelve inches of macadam; the estimate of 
the cost of such improvement, made by the 
Engineer, being $6,288.68. And that Wednes- 
day, the 12th day of April,, 1899, at 3 o'clock 
P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for 
the time and place for the public considera- 
tion thereof. 

Resolved. By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz.: That a 
connected system of sewers be constructed as 
follows, to-wit : In 117th street, from Indi- 
ana avenue to State street ; in the first alley 
east of Michigan avenue, from 116th street to 
119th street; in the west side of Michigan 
avenue, from 115th street to 119th street ; in 
State street, from 115th street to 119th street; 
in 116th street, from alley west of Michigan 
avenue to State street ; in 117th place, 118th 
street, 118th place and 119th street, from 
Michigan avenue to first alley east of State 
street; and in Wabash avenue, from 116th 
street to the Chicago and Western Indiana 
Railroad; the estimate of the cost of 
such improvement, made by the City En- 
gineer, being $14,607.62. And that Wednes- 
day, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 
o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be 
fixed for the time and place for the public 
consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz.: That a 
vitrified tile pipe sewer be constructed in the 
first alley east of Michigan avenue, from 115th 
street to a point 810 feet south of Kensington 
avenue; the estimate of the cost of such im- 
provement, made by the City Engineer, being 
$742.00. And that Wednesday, the 12th day 



of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 
410, City Hall, be fixed for the time and 
place for the public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago,, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of West 48th street, from the east 
line of South Wood street to the west curb 
lin of South Halsted street, be curbed with 
limestone curbstones, filled and paved with 
vitrified brick on a six-Inch natural cement 
concrete foundation ; the estimate of the cost 
of such improvement, made by the City En- 
gineer, being $57,112.58. And that Wednes- 
day, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 ©'clock 
P. M., at Room 410, City Hall, be fixed for 
the time and place for the public considera- 
tion thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz, : Tnat thfr 
roadway of West Harrison street, from the 
west line of South 40th avenue to the east 
line of the right of way of the Belt Railway 
of Chicago be curbed with limestone curb- 
stones and wooden curbing, graded and 
paved with vitrified brick on a six-inch Port- 
land cement concrete foundation; the esti- 
mate of the cost of such improvement, made 
by the City Engineer, being $35,500.00. And 
that Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 1899, 
at 3 o'clock P. M., in Room 410, City Hall 
be fixed for the time and place for the pub- 
lic cansideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City ©f Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of Yale avenue, from the south line 
of 71st street to the north curb line of 74th 
street, be paved with sheet asphalt on present 
macadam; the estimate of the cost of 
such improvement, made by the City En- 
gineer, being $11,071.70. And that Wednes- 
day, the 12th day of April, 1899, at 3 ©'clock 
P. M., in Room 410, City Hall, be fixed 
for the time and place for the public con- 
sideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz.: That a 
cement sidewalk, six feet wide, be constructed 
on both sides of South Homan avenue, from. 



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West Madison street to West Harrison street ; 
the estimate of the cost of such improve- 
ment, made by the City Edg-ineer, being 
1735.64. And that Wednesday, the 12th day 
of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., at Room 
410, City Hall, be fixed for the time and place 
for the public consideration thereof. 

Mesolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local 
improvement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadways of a system of streets, as enumer- 
I ated below, be curbed with limestone curb- 
[ stones, graded and macadamized with slag, 
r with a four-inch gravel top dressing: North 
r Ashland avenue, from south line of Carmen 
1 avenue to north line of Edgewater avenue ; 
r Edgewater avenue, from west curb line of 
I North Clark street to east line of North Ash- 
' land avenue; Bryn Mawr avenue, from west 
curb line of North Clark street to east line of 
East Ravenswood Park ; Edgewater Terrace, 
from west line of North Ashland avenue to 
east line of East Ravenswood Park ; Catalpa 
avenue, from west line of North Ashland 
avenue to east line of East Ravenswood Park ; 
I North Paulina street, from south line of Bryn 
Mawr avenue to north line of Catalpa ave- 
nue; East Ravenswood Park, from north line 
of Bryn Mawr avenue to south line of Catalpa 
avenue; Balmoral avenue, from west curb 
line of North Clark street to east line of 
North Ashland avenue ; Summerdale avenue, 
from west curb line of North Clark street 
to east line of East Ravenswood Park; 
the estimate of the cost of such improvement, 
made by the City Engineer, beimg 147,000.00. 
And that Wednesday, the 12th day of April, 
1899, at 3 o'clock P. M., at Rom 410 City 
Hall, be fixed for the time and place f®r the 
public consideration thereof. 

Resolved, By the Board of Local Improve- 
ments of the City of Chicago, that a local im- 
provement be made in the City of Chicago, 
State of Illinois, as follows, viz. : That the 
roadway of Butler street, from the south line 
of Garfield boulevard to the north curb line 
of West 65th street, be curbed with limestone 
curbstones, graded and macad mized, four 
inches limestone and three inches granite on 
old macadam; the estimate of th-' cost of such 
improvement, made by the Engineer, being 
$22,148.70. And that Wednesday, the 12th day 
of April, 1899, at 3 o'clock, P. M., in Room 
410, City Hall, be fixed for the time and place 
for the public consideration thereof. 



There being no further business, the meet- 
ing was declared adjourned. 

John A. May, 
/Secretary. 

BOAKD OF LOCAL IMPKOVEMExVTS. 

Chicago, March 31st, 1899. (Special.) 

Present — Messrs. McGann, Davidson and 
May. 

Absent — Messrs. Doherty and Ericson. 

The following vouchers and pay roll were 
approved for payment, viz. : 

Pay roll Special Assessment Depart- 
ment. March and reserve $1,680 83 

S. W. Burnham, Clerk Circuit 
Court (U. S.), No. 25122. Deposit 
for costs, cross bill, etc 35 00 

Edward J. Hill, refund of money 
advanced for deposit for fees and 
expenses of U. S. Marshall in case 
of J. A. Cook et al. vs. Thomas 
Fay et al 35 00 

John A. May. 



BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS, CHICAGO. 

Regular Meeting, April 5th, 1899. 

Present — Messrs. McGann, Davidson, Doh- 
erty and May. 

Absent — Mr. Ericson. 

A delegation was present concerning the 
paving of North 41st avenue and Byron 
street. This matter was deferred from meet- 
ing of March 29th until this date. A lengthy 
discussion was had between the property 
owners and the majority of them opposing 
the improvement, The matter was ordered 
abandoned until such time as they could 
come to an agreement for some kind of an 
improvement. 

Also the matter of paving Maple street 
from State street to La Salle avenue, which 
was deferred from meeting of March 29th, 
was presented. This was postponed until 
Aid. Walker could be heard from. The 
Secretary was also instructed to notify Huff 
and Cook before any further action was 
taken. 

On the recommendation of the Superin- 
tendent of Sewers, the Engineer was in- 
structed to prepare estimates for sewers in 
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I^orth 41st avenue, from Milwaukee avenue 
to first alley north of Belmont avenue. 

One Hundred and Twelfth place, from 
State street to Michigan avenue. 

One Hundred and Sixteenth street, from 
Front street to Howard street. 

Throop street, from 103d street to 107th 
street. 

The claim of Nash Bros, for extras on the 
Indiana street system of sewers was again 
deferred until such time as the engineers 
could be present. 

The voucher of James T. Kelly for the 
construction of a six-foot plank sidewalk on 
the east side of Wood street, from 52d street 
to 55th street, Warrant 33705, amounting to 
$192.89, was presented and, on motion, ap- 
proved for payment. 

On motion, the Secretary was instructed to 
Include in specifications and contracts for 
street improvements, the item for the adjust- 
ment of sewers and catch basins, etc., the 
same to be included in the bid of the con- 
tractor. Mr. Doherty voting nay. 

A.DVBRTISING FOR BIDS. 

The City Engineer and the Superintendent 
of Streets submitted list of assessment war- 
rants which have been confirmed and are 
ready for advertising for proposals. On 
motion, the Secretary was instructed to ad- 
vertise the same in the usual manner, bids to 
be opened April 19th, at 4 ©'clock P. M. Fol- 
lowing is the list submitted, viz. : 

Warrant 21984. Water supply pipe in 
Dickens avenue, from Hamlin avenue to 
Lawndale avenue. 

Warrant 21678. Water supply pipe in 
West 46th court, from FuUerton avenue to 
Humboldt avenue. 

Warraut 23787. Water supply pipe in 
Waldon parkway, from West 97th street to 
West 99th street. 

Warrant 23823. Water supply pipe in the 
north side of Central boulevard, from North 
Central Park avenue to North Spaulding 
avenue. 

Warrant 23822. Water supply pipe in the 
south, east and north sides of Sacramento 
square, from North Whipple street to Central 
boulevard, and thence in the east side of 
Central boulevard to Grand avenue, except 
that part lying between Sacramento avenue 



and 870 feet south of the south line of Chi" 
cago avenue. 

PAVING (cash). 

Warrant 23872. Curbing, grading and pav- 
ing with vitrified brick the east and west 
alley first north of 35th street, from Calumet 
avenue to South Park avenue. 

Warrant 23867. Curbing, grading and pav- 
ing with cedar blocks the east and west alley 
lying first north of 39th street, from Cottage 
Grove avenue to Ellis avenue. 

Warrant 23832. Curbing, filling and pav- 
ing with cedar blocks the alley from the west 
line of Robey street to the north line of Tay- 
lor street, betweea Ogden avenue, Kendall 
street and Robey street. 

Warrant 23785. Curbing, grading and pav- 
ing with cedar blocks the alley between West 
Adams street, Jackson boulevard, South 
Homan avenue and South St. Louis avenue. 

Warrant 23880. Curbing, grading and 
macadamizing Armour avenue, from West 
64th street to West 65th street. 

Warrant •23882. Curbing, grading and 
macadamizing Addison street, from Sherid n 
road to a point 100 feet west of Sheridan 
road. 

PAVING — (cash.) 

Warrant 23868. Curbing, filling and paving 
with cedar blocks, Elias court, from the 
south line of Archer avenue to the north line 
of Lyman street. 

Warrant 23869. Curbing, grading and 
paving with vitrified brick, Illinois street, 
from North Clark street to De rborn av- 
enue. 

Warrant 23870. Curbing, grading and 
paving with vitrified brick, LaSalle avenue, 
from Kinzie street to Illinois street. 

Warrant 23786, Curbing, grading and 
paving with cedar blocks. Shields avenue, 
from West 59th street to a point 386 feet 
north of West 59th street. 

Warrant 23881. Curbing, grading and 
paving with granite blocks. Wells street, 
from Kinzie street to a point 451 feet south 
of Kinzie street. 

Warrant 23884. Curbing, grading and 
paving with asphalt, Wells street, from Illi- 
nois street to Kinzie stre t. 

PAVING (CASH AND BOND) . 

Warrant 23818. Curbing, filling and pav- 



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ing with asphalt South Albany avenue, from 
Douglas boulevard to West 19th street. 

Warrant 23854. Curbing, grading and pav- 
ing with asphalt Calumet avenue, from 21st 
street to 31st street. 

Warrant 23865. Curbing, grading and pav- 
ing with asphalt North Hamlin avenue, from 
West Lake street to a point 265.7 feet north 
of Fulton street. 

Warrant 23886. Curbing, grading and pav- 
I ing with granite blocks Michigan street, from 
North Franklin street to Orleans street. 

Warrant 23885. Curbing, filling and mac- 
adamizing Prairie avenue, from Garfield 
boulevard to 63rd street. 

Warrant 23866. Curbing, grading and pav- 
ing with asphalt North Sacramento avenue, 
from Augusta street to West Division street. 

Warrant 23879. Curbing, grading and pav- 
ing with asphalt 16th street, from Michigan 
avenue to Prairie avenue. 

Warrant 23535. Curbing, grading and pav- 
ing with granite blocks North Desplaines 
I street, from West Lake street to a point 96 
'' feet north of Wayman place. 

AWAKD ®r CONTRACTS. 

On motion, contracts were awarded on the 
bids opened March 29th for sewers and water 
service pipes to the lowest formal bidders in 
each case. In the case of Southport avenue. 
Warrant 23825, all bids received were in ex- 
cess of assessment. Nash & Dowdle, the 
lowest bidders, appeared before the Board 
and agreed to accept the contract for the 
amount of the assessment and the contract 
was therefore awarded to them. Following 
are the awards as made : 

SEWERS (cash). 

Warrant 23824. Brick sewer in North 41st 
avenue, from West Montrose avenue to Choc- 
taw avenue, and thence in Chectaw avenue 
to North 41st court, and a vitrified tile pipe 
sewer in North 41st court, from Choctaw 
avenue to a point 140 feet north of Miller 
avenue, to Thomas Burke. 

Warrant 23828. Vitrified tile pipe sew.er 
in West Ontario street, from North 48th 
avenue to a point 1282 feet east of North 48th 
avenue, to Thomas Burke. 

Warrant 23821. Brick and vitrified tile 
pipe sewer in Sheridan Road, from Bryan 
avenue to Rogers avenue, to Nash Bros. 

Warrant 23825. Vitrified tile pipe sewer in 



Southport avenue, from Albion avenue ("west 
of Southport avenue) to Hayes avenue (east 
of Southport avenue) , to Nash & Dowdle. 

sewers (cash and bond) . 

Warrant 23830. Connected system 'of 
sewers: In West 18th street, from South 
40th avenue to South Springfield avenue; in 
South Harding avenue, from West 18th street 
to West 19th street, and in South Springfield 
avenue, from the first alley south of West 
16th street to West 19th street, to J. H. Mc- 
Carthy. 

Warrant 23820. Vitrified tile pipe sewer in 
Pensacola avenue, from North Campbell ave- 
nue to a point 565 feet west of North Camp- 
bell avenue, to J. H. McCarthy. 

Warrant 23755. Brick and vitrified tile 
pipe sewer in West 106th place, from Went- 
worth avenue to a point 1,217 feet west of the 
west line of Wentworth avenue, to Nash 
Bros. 

Warrant 23788. Vitrified tile pipe sewer in 
West 102nd street, from Longwood avenue to 
Tremont street, to J. H. McCarthy. 

WATER SERVICE PIPES (CASH.) 

Warrant 23751. In South 41st avenue, 
from Colorado avenue to West 16th street, 
to Andrew R. Henry. 

Warrant 23724. In Monroe avenue, from 
68th street to 70th street, to Andrew R. 
Henry. 

Warrant 23719. In 119th street, from Mich- 
igan avenue to Wentworth avenue, to Peter 
Becker. 

Warrant 23789. In 113th street, from Mich- 
igan avenue to Perry avenue, to Peter Becker. 

There being no further business, the meet- 
ing was declared adjourned. 

John A. Mat, 

Secretary. 
Which was placed on file. 

The Board of Education submiited requests 
for concurrence in the erection of a 24-room 
school building on the corner of Ewing and 
Forquer streets, and on the site No. 27 to 43 
Nutt street, wuich were 

Referred to the Committee on Schools. 

The Clerk presented notice of contest of 
election of John T. Gibbons vs. John R. 



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Peterson as Alderman of the Twenty-third 
Ward, which was 

Referred to the Committee on Election. 

Aid. Brenner presented an ordinance di- 
recting railroad companies to repair the 
Canal street viaduct and moved its passage. 

Ala. Jackson moved its reference to the 
Committee on Railroads. 

Aid. Brenner moved to suspend the rules to 
pass the ordinance. 

The motion prevailed by yeas and nays as 
follows : 

Yeas— Coughlin, Keuna. Gunther, Ailing, 
Jackson, Foreman, Connor, Blake (5th ward), 
Martin, McCormick. Fick, Brenner, Novak, 
Garry, Cullerton Hurt, Brennan (10th ward), 
Zimmer, Colson, Duddleston, Neagle, Pat- 
terson, Maypole, Fowler, Beilfuss, Bos, Ray- 
mer, Hallstrom, Kunz, Smulski, Oberndorf, 
Conlon, Brennan (Ibth ward) , Powers, Morris, 
Brown, Alwart, Werno, Goldzier, Smith, 
Peterson, Helm, Griffith, Butler (25th ward), 
Schlake, Blake (26ch ward), Keeney, Bigane, 
Rector, Carey, Russell, Zeman, Badenoch, 
Eidmann, Mavor, Nelson, Darcy, Watkins, 

Bennett — 59. 
iVa?/s— Pike, Herrmann, Math— 3. 

Aid. Brenner moved the passage of the 
ordinance. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordinance 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Yeas— Coughiin, Kenna, Gunther, Ailing, 
Jackson, Foreman, Connor, Blake (5th ward), 
Martin, McCormick, Fick, Brenner, N©vak, 
Garry, Cullerton, Hurt, Brennan (10th ward), 
Zimmer, Colson, Duddleston, Neagle, Pat- 
terson, Maypole, Fowler, Beilfuss, Bos, Ray- 
mer, HoUstrom, Kunz, Smulski, Oberndorf, 
Conlon, Brennan (28th ward), Powers, Morris, 
Brown, Alwart, Werno, Goldzier, Smith, 
Peterson, Heim, Griffith, Butler (25th ward), 
Schlake, Blake (26th ward), Keeney, Bigane, 
Rector, Carey, Russell, Zeman, Badenoch, 
Eidmann, Mavor, Nelson, Darcy, Watkins, 
Bennett — 59. 

JSTays— Pike, Herrmann, Math— 3. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 
Be it ordained by the City Council of the City 

of Chicago: 

Section 1. That the Commissioner of 
Public Works, immediately after the passage 



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of this ordinance, order the different rail- 
road companies running under the Canai 
strreet viaduct, near 16th street, to place 
said viaduct in such condition that it will 
permit the West Chicago Street Railway 
Company to run its cars across said via- 
duct with safety to the public traffic. 

Section 2. Should the companies fail to 
begin placing said viaduct in such condition 
as above mentioned after 48 hours due notice 
by the Commissioner of Public Works, the 
Commissioner of Public Works is then 
ordered to at once begin placing the said via- 
duct in the condition above mentioned, at the 
expense of the different railroad companies. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect 
after its passage. 

Aid. Morris presented an ordinance pro- 
viding for the closing of all departments of 
the city at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, 
May 6, 1899, up to and including Saturday, 
October 28, 1899, and moved to suspend the 
rules to pass the ordinance. ., ■, , 

The motion prevailed. ^^'I 

Aid. Powers moved the passage of the 
ordinance. 

The motion prevailed, and the ordinance 
was passed by yeas and nays as follows : 

Teas— Coughlin, Kenna, Gunther, Pike, 
Fitch, Ailing, Jackson, Foreman, Connor, 
Blake (5th ward) , Martin, McCormick, Fickj 
Brenner, Novak, Garry, Cullerton, Hurt, 
Brennan (10th ward), Zimmer, Colson, Dud- 
dleston, Neagle, Patterson, Maypole, Fowler, 
Beilfuss, Bos, Raymer, Hallstrom, Kunz, 
Smulski, Oberndorf, Johnson, Conlo% 
Brennan (18th ward) , Powers, Morris, Brown,;'^ 
Alwart, Herrmann, Werno, Goldzier, Smith, 
Olson, Peterson, Helm, Griffith, Butler 
ward) , Schlake, Blake (26th ward) , Keeney, 
Bigane, Rector, Carey, Russell, Boyd, Zeman, 
Badenock, Eidmann, Mavor, Nelson, Darcy, 
Watkins, Math, Bennett— 66. 

iVfM/s— None. 

The following is the ordinance as passed: 

JBe it ordained by the City Council of the City 

of Chicago: 

Sec. 1. That all departments of the City 



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of Chicago, with the exception of the Police, 
Fire and Health Departments, be and the 
same are hereby ordered closed at the hour 
of 12 o'clock noon, on Saturday, May 6th, 
1899, and on each succeeding Saturday up to 
and including Saturday, October 28th, 1899, 
for the purpose of allowing all the employes 
of the city the usual half holiday during the 
summer months. 



REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES. 

FINANCE. 

The Committee on Finance, to whom was 
referred sundry claims for special assessment 
rebates submitted-a report recommending the 
passage of an accompanying order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report be 
deferred and puMished. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report: 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 
Chicago in Council Assembled: 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom was 
referred the claims of sundry persons for re- 
bates due on special assessments, having had 
the same under advisement, beg leave to re- 
port and recommend the passage of the fol- 
lowing order: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Public 
"Works be and he is hereby authorized aud 
directed to issue to each of the following 
named persons vouchers in the amounts set 
opposite their names, the same to be in full 
settlement of their claims for rebates due on 
special assessments, and the Comptroller is 
hereby directed to pay the same : 

Fred Martin $ 21 75 

M. A. Farr 33 96 

John H. Jones 4 95 

W. T. Struthers 56 25 

K T. Rufl 8 00 

Hibbard Porter & Bro 74 65 

J. H. Herbert 39 00 

E. A. Condon 43 11 

Lackner & Butz 6 84 

W. M. McEwen 35 75 

Lobdell, Farwell & Co 59 00 

A. A. Libby 98 49 

J. W. Fernald 22 61 



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A. J. Maher $ 25 17 

P. E. Stanley 34 88 

Francis A. Munson 18 56 

John O'Toole 1125 

M. C. McDonald 116 03 

Dr. E. S. Atwood 54 00 

C. G. French 280 63 

Robert Porter 83 00 

W. H. Johnson 21 44 

Robert Law 34 25 

Anna Damf orth 28 35 

Anna Danforth 14 35 

P., Ft. W. & C. R. R. Co 239 14 

J. P. Shipley 55 08 

Henry Wilson 3 71 

Hibbard Porter & Bro 16 59 

N. T.Rufi 13 50 

W. J. Lawler H 35 

Mrs. Helen Ryan .' 8 21 

J Downey 32 25 

Lackner & Butz 29 60 

M. O'Connell 18 87 

E. L. McEwen 35 75 

Martha Haflman 9 16 

W. C. Gayton 33 99 

Warrant No. 11748 22 45 

A. J. Maher • 56 05 

J. N. Wetherell 9^ 65 

F. T. Murphy 83 50 

Y. M. C. A. Warrant 15992 118 20 

Nash & Trego 391 60 

G. W. Vail 96 62 

L. H. Congdon 21 75 

Weighley , Bulkley & Gray 152 25 

Meacham & Wright 31 24 

William Wheeler 32 93 

Anna Danforth 68 80 

J. A. Packard 38 94 

John Powers, 

Chairm,an. 

ALSO, 

Tne same Committee to whom was referred 
claims of various persons for personal in- 
juries, damages to vehicles, etc., submitted a 
report recommending the passage of an ac- 
companying order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report be 
deferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report : 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 
Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance to whom was 



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referred the claims of various persons for 
compensation for personal injuries, by rea- 
son of defective sidewallcs and streets, and 
damag-es to vehicles, having had the same 
under advisement, heg leave to report and 
recommend the passage of the following 
order: 

Ordered, That the City Comptroller he and 
he is hereby authorized and directed to pay 
to the following persons, for personal injuries 
and damages to vehicles, caused by defective 
sidewalks and streets in the City of Chicago, 
the amounts set opposite their names, charg- 
ing the same to Contingent Fund: 

Patricli Murphy $250 00 

Minnie Buehler 250 00 

Mrs. Hannah. Sullivan , , . , 75 00 

Michael Flynn 60 00 

Mrs. Charlotte Frost 300 00 

James Weaver 100 00 

Geo. W. Hudson 250 00 

Bertha Gilmore 50 00 

John J. Jones 25 00 

S. F. Hall 40 00 

Bridget Crimmins 250 00 

Mrs. Annie Lewis 300 00 

(Stanislaus Pascewitz 100 00 

Frank Cooney 50 00 

Martha Burns 300 00 

Geo. H. Higgins 300 00 

Margaret A. Froom 100 00 

W. A. Kamerer 300 00 

Thos. G. Kearns 200 00 

J. F. Kenny & Co 150 00 

J. E. Cartan & Co..... 150 00 

Ralph Crary 30 00 

Henry Doebler 100 00 

M. J. Nolan 20 00 

Joe Moukowski 200 00 

Mamie Lebrecht 200 00 

Wm. B. Hughes 300 00 

George Weil 50 00 

Anton Morosz 100 00 

Martin Rourke 250 00 

John A. Moor 50 00 

John Powers, 

Chairman. 



ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was referred 
an order for changing route of intercepting 
sewer in the Illinois Central Railroad right 
of way from 35th street to 51st street, sub- 
mitted a report recommending that the same 
be passed. 



Aid. Powers moved that the report be de- 
ferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report; 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 
Chicago in Council Assembled : 

Your Committee on Finance to whom was 
referred a preamble and order in regard to 
intercepting sewers, for changing of the 
route in the Illinois Central Railroad right 
of way, from 35th to 51st streets, having had 
the same under advisement beg leave to re- 
port and recommend the passage of the order 
as submitted. 

John Powers, 

Chairm,an. 

Whereas, The Illinois Central Railroad 
Company has granted to the City of Chicago 
a site for a pumping station at 39th street and 
certain easements connected therewith per- 
mitting said city to locate and construct 
portions of the intercepting sewers under the 
riarht of way of said railroad company both 
north and south from 39th street, which 
enables the said city to more economically 
do said word; 

Now, therefore, It is hereby ordered that 
the route of said intercepting sewers be and 
hereby is changed so that the same shall be 
in the right of way of said Illinois Central 
Railroad Company from 35th street to 51st 
street ; in 51st street to Cornell avenue ; in 
Cornell avenue to 56th street, in 56th street to 
Stony Island avenue and in Stony Island ave- 
nue to TSci street according to the plans and 
specifications therefor on file in the office of 
the Commissioner of Public Works. 

also, 
The same Committee to whom was referred 
claim.s for rebate of water taxes, submitted 
a report recommending the passage of an 
accompanying order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report be 
deferred and published. 
The motion prevailed. 
The foll®wing is the report: 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 
Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance, to whom was 



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referred the claims of sundry persons for 
rebate of water tax, having had the same 
under advisement beg; leave to report and 
reeemmend the passage of the following 
order: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Public 
Works be and he is hereby authorized and 
directed to issue to each of the following 
named persons vouchers in the amounts set 
opposite their names, the same to be in full 
settlement of their claims for rebates due on 
water tax ; and the Comptroller is directed 
to pay the same : 

C. D. Collins $ 12 00 

Edward Mahoney 30 60 

Julius Beugger 12 25 

Property 1718 Wellington street 2 70 

John Powers, 
Chairman. 



The same CorHmittee, to whom was referred 
an ordinance exempting county institutions 
in Dunning from payment of water rates, 
submitted a report recommending that the 
same be passed. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report b© de- 
ferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report : 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City oj 
Chicago in Council Assembled : 

Y©ur Committee on Finance to whom was 
referred an ordinance exempting the county 
institutions at Dunning from payment of 
water tax, having had the same under ad- 
visement, beg leave to report and recommend 
the passage of the ordinance as submitted. 

John Powers, 

Chairman. 

Be it ordained by the City Coicncil of the City 
of Chicago; 

Section 1. That hereafter no water rates 
shall be levied or assessed against the 
County Institutions in Dunning, known as 
the Dunning Asylum, and that the City of 
Chicago shall hereafter furnish water free of 
charge to all the county buildings and 
grounds located at Dunning, in Cook County, 



39 



as are now supplied with city water, and 
which are used solely for the relief and main- 
tenance of the poor and unfortunate, and 
from which no revenue is derived by the 
County of Cook. 

Section 2. That the Commissioner of 
Public Works and Superintendent of Water 
be and they and each of !hem are hereby in- 
structed to decrease and charge off from the 
books of the Water Bureau the amount of 
1545.40, now charged against the Dunning 
Asylum for water supplied from June 6th, 
1898, t© August 4th, 1898, and such other 
sums as may have accrued since August 4, 
1898, to the date of the passage of this ordi- 
nance. 

Section 3. This ordinance shall be in 
force and take effect from and after its pas- 
sage and publication. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was referred 
the claim of Barry Bros. Tug Co. for com- 
pensation for damages, submitted a report 
recommending the passage of an accompany-' 
ing order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report be de- 
ferred and published. 

The motion prevailed^ 

The following is the report: 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City oJ 
Chicago in Council Assem,bled : 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom was 
referred the claim of the Barry Bros. Tug 
Company for damages to vessels in tow by 
them in the Chicago River, having had the 
same under advisement, beg leave to report 
and recommend the passage of the following 
order: 

Ordered., That the Corporation Counsel be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed to 
allow judgment to be entered against the city 
in favor of the Barry Bros. Tug Company in 
the sum of $1,549.43, the same to be in full 
settlement of their claim against the City of 
Chicago on account of sundry bills rendered. 



April 10,] 4:0 

herewith attached, for damages to vessels by 
bridges and other obstructions in the Chicago 

River. 

John Powers, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 
The same Committee to whom was referred 
the claim of Wilson Cary for goods, sub- 
mitted a report recommending the passage of 
an accompanying order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report be de- 
ferred and published. 
The motion prevailed. 
The following is the report: 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 
Chicago in Council Assembled: 
Your Committee on Finance, to whom was 
referred the claim of Wilson Cary for goods 
furnished the city, having had the same under 
advisement beg leave to report and recom- 
mend the passage ©f the following order: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Public 
Works be and he is hereby authorized and 
directed to issue his requisition in favor of 
Wilson Cary in the sum of 1119.63 in pay- 
ment of three barrels of vegetable boiler com- 
pound furnished the City of Chicago during 
the year 1895 and charge the same to Water 
Fund; and the Comptroller is hereby author- 
ized and directed to pay the same. 

John Powers, 

Chairma7i. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was referred 
the claim of Powell Bros., for payment of 
sidewalk work, submitted a report recom- 
mending the passage of an accompanying 
order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report be de- 
ferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report: 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 

Chicago in Comicil Assembled: 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom was 
referred the claim of Powell Bros., for pay- 



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ment for laying cement sidewalk, having had 
the same under advisement, beg leave to re- 
port and recommend the passage of the fol- 
lowing order: 

Ordered, That the Corporation Counsel be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed to 
allow judgme 1 1© be entered against the city 
of Chicago in favor of Powell Bros., for the 
use of Edward L. Powell, in the sum of 
1111.38, for a six-foot cement sidewalk on 
both sides of 72d place, from the I. C. R. R. 
tracks to Stony Island avenue, September 
28, 1896, the same to be in full settlement of 
all claims he may have against the city on 
account of said work. 

John Powers, 
Chairman. 



The same Committee, to whom was referred 
the claim of William McCarthy for services, 
submitted a report recommending the passage 
of an accompanying order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report fee 
deferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report: 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 

Chicago in Council Assembled: 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom was ^ 
referred the claim of William McCarthy for i 
compensation for services rendered as fore- j 
man of the dump, having had the same under j 
advisement, beg leave to report and recom- , 
mend the passage of the following order : 

Ordered. That the Commissioner of Public j 
Works be and he is hereby authorized and 
directed to issue a requisition in favor of 
William McCarthy in the sum of $144.00 for i 
services rendered the city as foreman of the 
dump, during the months of January, Feb- j 
ruary, March and April, 1898, and charge the | 
same to the appropriation for Bureau of 
Street and Alley Cleaning, and the Comp- 
troller is hereby directed to pay the same. 
John Powers, 
Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was referred 
the claim of F. J. Halleck for refund of 



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April 10, J 



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special assessment, submitted a report rec- 
ommending the passage of an accompanying 
order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report be de- 
ferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report : 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City o/ 
Chicago in Council Assembled : 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom was 
reeferred the claim of F. J. Halleck for a re- 
fund of a special assessment paid by mistake 
to the wrong party, having had the same 
under advisement, beg leave to report and 
recommend the passage of the following 
order: 

Ordered, That the Corporation Counsel be 
and he is hereby authorized and directed to 
allow judgment to be entered against the city 
in favor of F. J. Halleck, in the sum of 
174.81, being the amount paid by one of ex- 
City Treasurer Wolf's employes to the wrong 
party. 

John Powders, 
Chairm,an. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was referred 
the claim of Hoyt Raymond for refund of 
saloon license, submitted a report recom- 
mending the passage of an accompanying 
order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report be de- 
ferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report : 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 
Chicago in Council Assem,bled: 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom was 
referred the claim of Hoyt Raymond for a 
refund of money paid on account of saloon 
licenses, having had the same under advise- 
ment, beg leave to report and recommend the 
passage of the following order. 

Ordered, That the Comptroller be and he 
is hereby authorized and directed to refund 
to Hoyt Raymond the sum of $62.12, paid for 
a saloon license, and charare the same to the 



General Fund, the refunding of this money 
having been recommende I by] the City Col- 
lector. 

John Powers, 

Chairm^an. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was referred 
the claim of John Costello for services sub- 
mitted a report recommending the passage 
of an accompanying order. 

AM. Powers moved that the|report be de- 
ferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report : 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 
Chicago in Council Assem^bled: 

Your Committee on Finance to whom was 
referred the claim of John Costello for serv- 
ices rendered as foreman of the water pipe 
extension, having the same under advise- 
ment beg leaye to report and recommend 
the passage of the following order: 

Ordered, That the Comptroller be and he 
is hereby authorized and directed t® pay the 
voucher issued March 25th, 1898, by the Com- 
missioner of Public Works to John Costello, 
in the sum of $254.74, the same being charged 
to the Water Fund, and this will be his au- 
thority for so doing. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee to whom was referred 
he claims of Mrs. Helen Ley, Mrs. Mary 
O'Shea and Delia Dahm for personal in- 
juries, submitted a report recommending the 
passage of an accompanying order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report be de- 
ferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report : 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 
Chicago in Council Assem,bled: 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom was 
referred the claims of Mrs. Helen Ley, Mrs. 
Mary O'Shea and Delia Dahm, having had 
the same under advsementi beg leave to re- 



April 10,J 42 

port and recommend the passage of the fol- 
lowing order: 

Ordered^ That the City Attorney be and he 
is hereby authorized and directed to allow 
judgment to be entered against the city in 
favor of the following named persons in the 
amounts set opposite their names, the same 
to be in full settlement of their claims against 
the city on account of compensation for per- 
sonal injuries: 

Mrs. Helen Ley f 500 00 

Mrs. Mary O'Shea 500 00 

Delia Dahm 300 00 

John Powebs, 

Chairman. 



The same committee, to whom was referred 
the claim of Owen O'Malley for services, sub- 
mitted a report recommending the passage of 
an accompanying order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report be de- 
ferred and published. 

The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report : 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 
Chicago in Cou7icil Assembled: 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom was 
referred the claim of O. O'Malley for extra 
services rendered in the Bureau of Water for 
the months of July, November and Decem- 
ber, 1897, having had the same under advise- 
ment, beg leave to report and recommend the 
passage of the following order: 

Ordered, That the Commissioner of Public 
Worl?;s be and he is hereby authorized and 
directed to issue his requisition in favor of 
O. O'Malley for over time as Registrar in the 
Bureau of Water, for the months of July, 
November and December, 1897, being fifty- 
five days at 13.75 per day, amounting to 
$206.25, charging the same to the Water Fund, 
and the Comptrolter is hereby directed to 
pay the same. 

John Powers, 

Chairm,an. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was referred 
the claim ®f Jas. C. Nixon for refund of em- 



ployment license, submitted a report recom-^ 
mending the passage of an accompanying 
order. 

Aid. Powers moved that the report be de- 
ferred and published. 



The motion prevailed. 

The following is the report: 

Chicago, 8th April, 1899. 

To the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 
Chicago in Council Assembled : 

Your Committee on Finance, to whom waa 
referred the claim of James C. Nixon for the 
refund of an employment license collected by 
the City of Chicago, the collection of which 
was declared illegal by the Supreme Court,, 
having had the same under advisement, beg 
leave to report and recommend the passage 
of the following order: 

Ordered, That the Corporation Counsel be^ 
and he is hereby authorized and directed to* 
allow judgment to be entered against th& 
Ci y of Chicago in favor of James C. Nixon, 
in the sum of $450.00, the same to be in full 
settlement of his claim against the City of 
Chicago, as recommended by the Corporation- 
Counsel. 

John Powers, 

Chairman. 

ALSO, 

The same Committee, to whom was referred 
the claims of Mrs. Catherwood, Charles 
Neidert, Ravenswood Historical Association, 
and premises No. 514 Morgan street, for 
rebate of water taxes. 

Claim of L. J. W. Birn for extra hospital 
services. 

Claim of John Ferner for rebate of taxes. 

Claim of Dr. Malone for hospital services. 

Claim of Thomas F. Hannon for damages 
by sewer. 

Claim of Lowery & Christie for damages 
by sewer. 

Resolution to stop increase of salaries of 
city employes. 

Order for reinstatement of ward foremen 
in the Bureau of Street and Alley Cleaning. 

Order to pay lieutenants and sergeants of 
police back salary since promotion. 

Communication to join League of Illinois 
Municipalities, and the 



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Claim of Horwich Bros, for refund of junk 
dealer's license, submitted a report recom- 
mending that the same be placed on file. 

Aid. Powers moved to concur in the re- 
port. 

The motion prevailed. 

Aid. Powers moved that all matters in the 
ha